We started off our last full day with a Flow yoga class at Savannah Yoga Center. After the 10+ miles of walking both of the days prior, yoga was just the ticket to getting ready for our final adventures of the trip.
After getting stretched out, we headed to the Sentient Bean for some coffee and breakfast – the apple-shaped apple juices were too cute to pass up. My egg and cheese bagel was perfect.
After breakfast and showers, we headed to Spa Bleu for manicures and pedicures. It was very relaxing and they did a great job (writing this a day later and still no chips!). We both got “Rubble” on our fingers and different reds/pinks on our toes.
Our nail technicians recommended the spiced lavender mochas next door at Collins Quarter. We were feeling like a caffeine boost, so we checked it out. They were not wrong – you should get yourself one, stat!
We then hopped in the car and drove out to Tybee Island to check out their farmers market’s last day of the season. We bought some flavored pecans and then headed to the beach to take in a little salt air. We also saw a pod of dolphins jumping around in the water, not far from shore, as the sun started to set.
Rocking shorts and a jacket as the sun started to set and the wind picked up on the beach. We had optimistically worn our bathing suits under our clothes just in case swimming seemed like a good idea, which it didn’t turn out to be. It was still nice to see the water though!
The beach.
We got ready for dinner and headed to The Public Kitchen and Bar. We ordered the burrata to start and it looked so delicious, I dove in without taking a photo. (Just imagine garlic toast, a giant blob of burrata and sliced roasted tomatoes.) I had this autumn linguini with brussel sprouts, butternut squash, pecans, salmon, and manchego cream sauce. Despite the funky lighting above, it was amazing!
For a final nightcap, we went next door to The Artillery (check out the website for more gorgeous photos of this cozy bar).
My French 75 with chamomile bitters and Jessica’s Coffee + Cigarettes. Cheers to fun weekend getaways with friends. Hope a little adventure awaits you and a friend or two soon!

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