Georgia Vacation Destinations

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Georgia, located in the southeastern United States, has diverse geography and landscapes. Within its borders, Atlantic beaches, barrier islands, mountains, large lakes, rivers, and big cities can be found. One of the original thirteen colonies, the state is also rich in history. The peach state offers a wide variety of vacation destinations, perfect for a weekend getaway, a day trip, or week-long respite.

Dillard

This small town is located in the mountains, literally a stone’s throw away from the North Carolina border. The scenery is magnificent, with row upon row of blue mountains, green forests, and tiny farms tucked in fertile valleys. The downtown area is lined with shops that sell local crafts, specialty items, antiques, Christmas ornaments and decorations, and homemade jams, jellies, syrups, pickles, and relishes. Read more

Famous Places In Chicago

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Chicago is a city with a rich history and a devotion to culture and the arts. There are so many famous places that are located throughout the city that it would be difficult to choose where to start. Nonetheless, there are places that will be of interest to sports lovers, music lovers, nature lovers, science lovers, and much more.

Here is a look at some of the most significant famous places in the city.

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Grant Park and Millenium Park

Grant Park, at least the old part of the park was designed by the famous landscape designer Jens Jensen. Millenium Park is a more recent creation that includes the new Frank Gehry bandshell and the stainless steel bridge. There are several interesting sculptures that are strategically placed throughout Millenium Park. Read more

Best Places To Spend Your Vacation In Alabama

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When one is planning the perfect vacation, many times Alabama isn’t the first state that comes to mind.  Alabama, however, is rich in history, state parks, and various activities thus giving visitors and residents plenty of vacation ideas. You will be surprised at how much Alabama really does have to offer.

State Parks Alabama

One of the biggest treasures in Alabama is the abundance of state parks. Whether you are looking for a family getaway filled with camping, hiking, fishing or simply to take in the breathtaking beauty of the mountains, Alabama State Parks won’t be a disappointment.

There are over twenty state parks to choose from in the state of Alabama. Some of the more popular state parks include Cheaha State Park, Joe Wheeler State Park, Monte Sano State Park, Lake Guntersville State Park, Desoto State Park, and Buck’s Pocket State Park. The views are outstanding and the things to do are boundless.

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Beaches

Beaches probably aren’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Alabama. However, excellent beaches aren’t only for Florida in the southeast.  Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are the most breathtaking beaches Alabama has to offer.  Located along the Gulf of Mexico, the waters are the most amazing shade of blue you will see. The dune beaches are 95 percent quartz, therefore, making the beachside absolutely gorgeous. These beaches stretch across two and a half miles and are home to camping and trails as well as 5-star resorts. Read more