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Four Hidden Gems in Georgia

Four Hidden Gems in Georgia

While Georgia is the United State’s number one producer of peaches, peanuts and Vidalia onions, the southern state has plenty more to offer. The capital city Atlanta holds the Georgia Aquarium and the Coca-Cola Museum. Savannah is known for its beautiful 18th- and... read more
Underrated US Summer Vacation Spots

Underrated US Summer Vacation Spots

Looking for somewhere new to travel this summer? Skip the overpopulated tourist traps and instead pick a destination that has just as much great things to offer, but is a better-kept secret. Many cities in the United States get overshadowed by the one or two major... read more
Tips for Vacationing With Airbnb

Tips for Vacationing With Airbnb

Airbnb has a lot of checks in its favor. Listings on the platform are usually affordable, with nightly rates averaging far below the price points of similarly-located hotels. Hosts are typically polite, warm, and helpful; more than willing to provide some advice on... read more
Top 5 Ski Slopes in the USA

Top 5 Ski Slopes in the USA

There’s something special about the slopes after a snowstorm. The snow looks pristine and inviting, promising a perfect day for snowboarders, skiers, and cross-country trailblazers. The sheer excitement and rush of flying downhill on perfect, powdery snow just... read more
Tips and Tricks for Traveling On a Budget

Tips and Tricks for Traveling On a Budget

You know how it goes – you set off on vacation determined to have fun without draining your bank account. Three days later, you check your banking app and notice that your balance has dropped way, way further than you think it should have. Panicked, you go back... read more
6 American Cities to Visit This Winter

6 American Cities to Visit This Winter

Winter has well and truly come around again. As the weather cools and the turn of the new year approaches, more and more people begin to look forward to the holiday – and think of how they can use up their last few days of paid time off. In past posts,... read more
Georgia’s Fall Destinations

Georgia’s Fall Destinations

The Yankees in New England and upstate New York tend to get the credit for the best fall foliage in the country.  And indeed, they do have some great spots; no wonder that cities like New York and Boston are full of the ugg-wearing, pumpkin spice-drinking, “basic”... read more
SEC BBQ Tour

SEC BBQ Tour

Football season is now in full swing (go Dawgs!).  As an SEC fan, I’m getting ready for some serious tailgating.  If you’re driving somewhere in the Southeastern Conference for a game, and need a place nearby to get some good southern BBQ, here are places near each... read more
Celebrating St. Patricks’ Day in Savannah

Celebrating St. Patricks’ Day in Savannah

Savannah, and Georgia as a whole, has a long connection with Ireland.  In the early years of Georgia, much of the backcountry was settled by Northern Irish immigrants of Scottish and English descent.  Later on in the 19th century, Savannah’s prominence as a major port... read more