Category: Carolinas, US

Dining Reinvented: 4 Southern Food Halls Worth the Drive

  Go Magazine Online Exclusive The growing national interest in food halls has hit the South in a big way. With several notable food halls and markets open in Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee, the Carolinas are set to join the party with the imminent opening of food halls in Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C., (and more […]

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Walk This Way

Two Southeast Virginia food & drink trails you can easily explore in one trip! The Virginia Oyster Trail Humans were devouring oysters long before 18th-century satirist Jonathan Swift uttered his oft-quoted oyster observation. Explorers often found oyster mounds left by Native Americans, who ate them by the bushel hundreds of years before Captain John Smith […]

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Kissimmee, Florida

Go Explore The lure of Orlando’s world-famous theme parks is undeniable. However, you can find even more adventures just a short drive further south. From exciting outdoor excursions to fantastic foodie spots, Kissimmee is an ideal escape for families, couples or friends. Add a day or two to your theme park visit, or make Kissimmee […]

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Chill Out

Glacier National Park boasts soaring snow-capped mountains, crystal clear alpine lakes, meadows strewn with wild flowers and wildlife galore! Established in 1910 under President Taft, this Montana park covers over a million acres, its northern border adjoining Canada’s Waterton National Park. The two parks were officially named the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in 1932, a […]

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Under the Great Smoky Mountains

Escape the Summer Heat in Tennessee's Cool Caverns Every year, more than 15 million visitors head to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee to play at Dollywood, to discover new tourist treasures in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With over 800 miles of trails inside the park, visitors […]

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Going to Graceland

Road tripping to Memphis to visit Graceland has long been on my travel wish list, and last year my dad and I made it happen. Armed with our AAA TripTik and an epic Elvis Presley playlist, we hit the road. We stayed at the newly opened Guest House at Graceland (AAA Four Diamond). Conveniently situated […]

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Route 66 Kicks

In 1946, Bobby Troup composed an eternally catchy tune that celebrated the postwar freedom enjoyed by returning American servicemen and their families. Many people know that song.  Years before that blissful summer of ’46, Route 66 earned its hard-won stripes as America’s “Mother Road,” having been so named in John Steinbeck’s Depression-era epic novel, The […]

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Walking Through Music History 

Long before it was one of the hippest and fastest growing cities in the nation, Nashville has always beckoned visitors with historic charm. Known as “Music City,” Nashville is the epicenter of country music. It seems that everybody who is anybody in country music history has traveled the streets of Nashville. The capital city of […]

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