Fabulous food, flowering gardens and fascinating history! Our guests were filled to the brim with all three on the recent Globe Treks tour of Savannah and Charleston. I asked one of our guests, Mary J., to share her impressions of this charming tour:
I sure never thought it possible to overdose on magnificent seafood. This trip proved it’s way-possible! Terrific restaurant choices, Globe Treks. You are just amazing! I plan to return to the Indigo Inn in Charleston sometime. It’s the only place I want to stay from now on, close to everything via walking, beautifully maintained, intimate/spacious rooms, lovely atrium garden and classy/delicious breakfast and happy hour.
I also asked Mary J. about traveling as a "single" with Globe Treks:
I’ve been on three overnight trips with Globe Treks alone. At first I thought I’d be a "5th wheel” and uncomfortable, or make the couples uncomfortable by having to “take care of me.” I quickly found that the couples (and single guests) were very willing to talk and visit. We travelers have a lot in common, and everyone has a story, anyway. So I’m never concerned if my friends aren’t available to go on a Globe Treks trip. I sign up first, then see if anyone else wants to go. Happy travels!