We are still here in Savannah enjoying sunny days and warm temps. A bit cool today, but still much warmer than back at home!
Yesterday we visited the most gorgeous Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, which is in the heart of historic downtown Savannah.
I just love the beautiful twin steeples, which are visible from a long way off.
We've visited countless magnificent cathedrals thru out Europe, and I must say this one is as equally amazing and beautiful!
My photos really don't do it justice! The cathedral was built in 1873, and sadly was destroyed by fire in 1898. Rebuilding began the following year, and was completed in the early part of the 1900's.
Just look at the stunning ceiling, columns and stained glass windows.
The pipe organ in the balcony was huge and very impressive!
I loved all of the hand painted murals, especially this one of Christ, above.
I had goosebumps!
The stained glass windows were not only huge, but were stunning! They were made by Austrian stained glass artisans.
Here is another view from the front. Wish those darn power lines hadn't been in the way!
And here is our home away from home! While I am missing our own home (which will seem like a mansion after living in our motor home!), I am not missing all of the cold and snow!
The state park we are staying at has the biggest sites we've ever seen. Huge live oak trees draped in Spanish moss, pine trees, and even occasional palm trees make for a beautiful setting.
My sleepy assistant resting in my "office"!
That's it for now, hope you all have a great weekend!