If you have the time to explore Alabama by car, there are a lot of places you can’t miss. In addition to a few fairly large cities and charming towns, the state is filled with beautiful back roads meant to be explored for hours on end, as well as plenty of history regarding the American Civil Rights Movement.
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There are few things as well loved as summertime in North Carolina. Spending time outdoors on the water is a favorite activity for many North Carolinians, and it’s a great way to celebrate the season with friends and family. Whether you’re kayaking down rivers in the Western part of the state, boating on lakes in the Piedmont or swimming on the coast, you can’t go wrong with a long vacation or weekend getaway filled with fun activities on the water.
The largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the world is located in Lakeland, Florida at Florida Southern College’s “Child of the Sun”. It is a must see for any Wright fan. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Child of the Sun vision is at the Florida Southern College. More
When my husband and I decided to take a Tennessee road trip, Nashville, known to millions as “Music City,” was our first stop. Although I grew up 150 miles north of Nashville in Evansville, Indiana, I had never taken in some of its major attractions.
In just two days, we covered five of Nashville’s must-sees. It wasn’t all encompassing — we could have spent a week here and not seen it all — but considering our timeframe, we packed in a lot into our weekend in Music City! (And it wasn’t all music-related!) More