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There is no shortage of history, sultry beauty, and architectural delights. And a visit needn’t cost you much.

* Following is an excerpt from a much longer article about Savannah.

My Uber driver dropped me off at the beautifully restored Galloway House Inn, a Neoclassical plantation-style house built near the turn of the 20th century.

One of the owners, Jim Klotz, met me on the wide, welcoming porch, behind a series of huge white columns, and took me around back to my apartment and it had everything I needed.

The price was right, too — $179 per night booked through For seasonal specials and promotions, check the inn’s website — which, by the way, has a section dedicated to its possibly being haunted.