Some others have already touched on this, but I'd love it if some of the locals would weigh in on the safety factor based on the following scenario. My sister, mother and I are visiting next week, Thursday through Sunday morning, and staying at the Planter's Inn. After we put our mother to bed, sis and I plan to wander the historic district, ramble through some of the squares and peek through the garden gates of graceful mansions - basically soak up the atmosphere after everyone has gone to bed while carrying a to-go cup, of course... We don't plan on being wasted, nor do we plan on staying out past midnight, maybe 1am at the latest. We've done this in Charleston, and for a couple of yankees who yearn for the romantic south, it was the highlight of our trip. Is this safe to do in Savannah? Are there particular areas of the HD or squares we should avoid? Since they're close to the Inn, how are Reynolds and Johnson Squares, and Emmett Park? Thanks.