Busch Gardens Williamsburg

In your local AAA office, members can get the best value by pre-purchasing tickets to attractions and get advice on the best hotels and routes to their destinations. Busch Gardens Tampa has one of the top animal education centers in North America and is home to more exotic and endangered species than any other destination […]

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Camden

The word “Camden” usually brings horses to mind and equestrian events such as the Carolina Cup, Colonial Cup and Camden Cup. The town’s love affair with horses began in the 1880s when Northerners passing through South Carolina discovered Camden. After wintering at resort hotels, some visitors built permanent homes and established equestrian estates. Today Camden […]

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Category: Car Reviews

2014 Nissan Altima Continues Tradition of Best-Selling Sedan

Altima is Nissan’s best-selling model in the United States and after a complete makeover in 2013, this year’s Altima sedan only needed some minor upgrades, one of the best being mitigating engine noise. Another was adding some eye candy to an already stylish profile by putting chrome exhaust tips on all Altima’s and adding new […]

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Category: Europe

Spectacular Scotland

Despite its small geographical size, Scotland has become a major tourist destination – the language is English (with a “wee bit o’ brogue”), the scenery stunning, the history fascinating, the people friendly and the memories indelible. This year, dubbed the Year of Homecoming in Scotland, more than four million American tourists – many of Scottish […]

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Category: US

The Crooked Road Heritage Music Trail Winds Through Southwest Virginia

By Frances Folsom On a recent Virginia visit I drove a stretch of the 330-mile long Crooked Road Heritage Music Trail through the mountains of southwest Virginia. The towns of Bristol, Abingdon and Damascus show off some of the best heritage music venues, history, culture, arts and crafts and outdoor activities in the region. The […]

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Category: Carolinas

Beaufort, SC: Alive with History

When history buffs think plantation life, what typically comes to mind is Charleston or Savannah with their stately live oaks, classic Old South charm and array of antebellum homes. But nestled between these two iconic Southern cities is another coastal town, smaller in size but large in historical significance. In fact, Beaufort, SC, on Port […]

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Category: Diamond Reviews

Madison’s Restaurant Headed By Acclaimed Chef

Handcrafted dishes composed of fresh ingredients innovatively prepared are a highlight of the fine dining experience at Madison’s Restaurant and Wine Garden, located in Old Edwards Inn and Spa in downtown Highlands, NC. The AAA Four Diamond restaurant operates under the tutelage of Johannes Klapdohr, a Michelin-trained internationally acclaimed chef and two-time winner of the […]

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Category: Car Reviews

Volkswagen Adds Another Turbo Engine For 2014 Jetta

Jetta is the most popular Volkswagen sold and for 2014 phased out the 2.5-liter, five-cylinder engines in its SE and SEL trims, moving to a third-generation 1.8 liter, turbo-charged direct injection four-cylinder engine with more pick-up and better gas mileage. Volkswagen Group of America plans to become the world’s largest automotive manufacturer by 2018 and […]

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