One of my favorite vacation spots is the Gulf Coast of Alabama’s Beaches. These laid back beach communities are loads of fun year-round, but the festivals they offer each spring and fall make these seasons especially fabulous.
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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.
Myrtle Beach, SC, is a fun family destination, not only for playing in the waves and building sandcastles, but for top entertainment, food and sports. Check out some of the fun new adventures for summer and fall 2019 at two favorite Myrtle Beach entertainment complexes.
Savannah, Georgia is one of the hottest destinations in the South. The city, dripping in picturesque Spanish moss and Southern charm, is perfect for history buffs, a girls’ trip, and family vacations. Check out this weekend itinerary to make your trip to Savannah a memorable vacation. More
Tybee Island has a laid-back, low-key feel reminiscent of a 50’s and 60’s beach town replete with quaint cottages, mom & pop eateries and a wide five-mile long sandy beach with plenty of space to park an umbrella and chair, build a sandcastle or toss a Frisbee. More
If you’ve never traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, it’s a “must” on your travel bucket list. The historic and charming city is a beautiful place to visit year-round, and even though it’s a favorite among tourists, it’s easy to fit in wherever you go. Planning a summer getaway to Charleston? Here are some things to see and do and a few other things to consider.
Located in Florida’s panhandle and just outside the city of Marianna, is Florida Caverns State Park. This is the only state park in Florida where visitors can take a guided tour through a cave system and see limestone formations that are more than 30 million years old. Visitors will be able to see stalactites, stalagmites, columns and flowstone.
Tucked into the northwest region of Louisiana, on the banks of the Cane River, is the little city of Natchitoches (pronounced Nak-A-Tish). One look will tell you that you are in one of the prettiest cities in the state. It was in Natchitoches that the movie Steel Magnolias was filmed in its entirety. More