I am getting old. Getting out and going places seems like a bit a hassle these days; it is certainly easy to stay home. But when I look at maps, study airports and check train schedules, it gets the juices flowing to go somewhere, which, after all, is why we build these airplanes. I will post some trips I've taken and maybe add to them. Maybe it'll get your juices flowing to go somewhere, too.
Savannah - What a wonderful town! I was first introduced to Savannah when we got weathered-in there trying to return VFR from Florida. We landed at the Savannah International airport (KSAV), parked at the FBO and stayed in a motel within walking distance. We took a cab into town for several days until finally giving up a renting a car to get back to Charlotte. Savannah is full of history; I enjoyed simply walking along the waterfront and looking at old buildings that were once wharves and warehouses for the cotton trade. A special treat for me is to see a huge container ship going to the Port of Savannah. The waterfront is rather touristy but the buildings have not changed and it's easy to imagine the pre-civil war past. It is a beautiful city for walking with good museums. Since then, we have returned, hosted by a friend who made reservations each year at the Savannah Music Festival. One year we saw James Brown; another time, Wynton Marcalis. It is an excellent festival with lots of variety.
I believe we parked at Signature in KSAV. It was nice and not too expensive. I see there is a second FBO there now. I always read the FBO comments at Airnav.
After our first time, we landed at Fort Stewart-KLHW which has become a joint use airfield in recent years and our friend picked us up. It is a little far from downtown Savannah but has a new terminal building and self-serve gas. Easy in and out around the Ft Stewart airspace. It might be a good choice with an Uber into town.
If you have taken a good trip, describe where you landed and how it went.