Monthly Archives: "August 2016"

College Towns

Aug 11, 2016Comments off

We all remember college being like an extended vacation, one we wanted to come home early from at times, and one we also hated leaving

Georgia’s Appalachia Food, Wine & Ar...

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

by  Pamela Keene Immerse your senses in all that Georgia holds dear on Saturday, September 17, at the inaugural Georgia’s Spirit of Appalachia Food, Wine

Lake George Area in New York’s Adirondack...

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

People often say, “Sit back and drink in the view.” In the Lake George Area in New York’s Adirondacks you can literally do that. The

Susquehanna River Valley

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

Driving the country roads of the Susquehanna River Valley, one can’t help but notice the stunning pastoral scenery filled with bucolic farmlands, mountains and valleys,

Sullivan County Catskills

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

Now, local brews, wines and spirits accompany Sullivan County, New York’s spectacular scenery, streams, sunsets, and historic sites. After a morning of angling the world-famous

Finger Lakes Region, Seneca County

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

In 2015, the Finger Lakes Region was named among the “Top 10 Wine Travel Destinations in the World.” Of the more than 100 wineries in

Germans Have More Fun in New Ulm, Minnesota

Aug 10, 2016Comments off

Nestled in the beautiful Minnesota River Valley, just 90 minutes southwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul, lies the most German city in America: New Ulm, MN. The

Arkansas’s Capital City – Little Ro...

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Summer is a time for exploration, and very often at the heart of one’s journey is food – and drink. As Arkansas’s capital city and

Delaware’s Capital Region – Dover

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Within a 2-hour drive from both Washington D.C and Philadelphia, sits Delaware’s capital region. Dover is not only known for its historical significance of being

Johnston County, NC

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Sip a glass of wine while sitting in a rocking chair overlooking the vineyards. Try local brews made with sweet potatoes or watermelons from nearby

A Taste of the Finger Lakes – Cayuga ...

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

A relaxing vacation built around touring wineries and vineyards no longer means traveling to California or Europe. You will find world- class wines and gorgeous scenery

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama’s beautiful beach towns, are home to pristine waters, sugar-white sand beaches and wonderful, delicious culinary options. And, this year,

Jackson Mississippi

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Jackson, MS is known as the “City with Soul,” but this mantra takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to its culinary charm.

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Chattanooga, TN, nestled in the foothills of Appalachia, has always drawn visitors for its spectacular panoramic views and world-class outdoor activities. Today, the bustling and

Ridgeland Mississippi

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Ridgeland is your destination for fabulous shopping, outdoor recreation, a delicious meal and awesome accommodations. Whether for business or pleasure, in a group or on

Hiawassee and Young Harris, Georgia

Aug 09, 2016Comments off

Towns County There is no better time to visit Hiawassee and Young Harris, Georgia than in the days of summer. Perfect for enjoying 700-acre Lake

Columbus Mississippi

Aug 08, 2016Comments off

“Long before I wrote stories, I listened for stories.” –Eudora Welty The stories are rich and irresistible when writers, scholars and fans of great literature

Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti

Aug 08, 2016Comments off

Ann Arbor, Michigan is known for its Victors dressed in blue, the bustling downtown area full of luscious trees, and the tremendous foodie scene. Located

Quincy, Illinois

Aug 08, 2016Comments off

The best architecture outside of Chicago, free blues and artsy, foodie fests —just a few of the pleasures you’ll experience in Quincy, IL. With its

Culinary Adventures Around Illinois’ Star...

Aug 08, 2016Comments off

The area that includes Illinois’ Starved Rock State Park is a scenic land of beauty.  Picturesque canyons, seasonal waterfalls (or icefalls, depending on the time