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The Marriott Riverfront
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  Riverwalk - Access to River Street    
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Savannah Riverwalk
 

 

A stroll down Savannah's Riverwalk is not only pleasing, it’s truly serene. Walk along the Savannah River; stop in for a bite at any of 21 restaurants or simply enjoy the scenery as you head towards the adjoining River Street, just a short distance away. On River Street, in the heart of historic Savannah, you’ll find everything from sweets to teddy bears, Harley Davidson apparel, and art galleries housed inside restored Cotton Warehouses. The working harbor—filled with ships of all kinds, horse-drawn carriage rides and street performers add to the enticement of this idyllic waterfront locale. Eat, drink, shop and linger; there’s much to see and do on River Street - a lovely oasis of shopping, dining and culture.

   
       
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  The Marriott Riverfront    
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Picturesque views of the river are just a sample of the ambiance and amenities one enjoys when they stay at the Marriott Riverfront. From gorgeously appointed guest rooms to suites, restaurants, bars, a fitness center and spa, guests of the hotel may not ever want to wander. Yet if they do, they’re in for a treat, because with access to River Street via Riverwalk, they’ll be immersed in Savannah’s charming taverns, shops and restaurants.

   
       
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Olympic Torch
   
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The Olympic Torch Sculpture on the riverfront is a touching monument that radiates the American spirit of victory and of athletic competition. The sculpture features an Olympic Torch surrounded by five columns that symbolize the five Olympic rings. Framing the flame are billowing sails that represent the sailboats in the Official Olympic Yachting events held in Savannah. The riverfront sculpture is a monument to Savannah's role as host of the Yachting events of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The stunning monument serves as a lasting memorial on the city's beautiful waterfront promenade.

 
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Morrell Park & Waving Girl Statue
   
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Waving Girl Statue
 

 

Florence Martus embodied the true spirit of Southern Hospitality. For forty-four years she greeted every ship entering the Savannah port by waving a cloth from her home on Elba Island. She was the sister of the Elba Island light-keeper and from 1887 to 1931 she was well-known for her welcoming persona. The Waving Girl Statue by Felix De Weldon, stands in Morrell Park on the Riverfront in tribute to Florence. It’s one of the recognized historic landmarks you can see in the riverfront park. The bronze statue of Ms. Martus is one and one-half times life size, mounted on a slanted platform with a bronze collie dog. It is also the first memorial to a Georgia woman in any city park. Visitors to Savannah must see the endearing Waving Girl, a special tribute to one of Savannah’s great residents and an eternal symbol of Southern Hospitality.

   
       
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  See the sights along the Savannah River on board one of the Water Taxis or Ferry Boats. It’s a short but scenic look at the riverfront, the various statues and monuments are in view and the ride takes you to Hutchinson Island on the opposite side of the river.    
       
 
 
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Savannah’s Best Tour to See the Juliette Gordon Low House, Savannah Ghost Tours, City Market,
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