Destination America

Martin County, Florida: Your Next Road Trip

Dec 07, 2017Comments off

The question is not “Why should I take a road trip to Martin County?” The question is: Why shouldn’t you? With 22 miles of Atlantic

Jackson Mississippi

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It’s the perfect time of the year to dine in the City with Soul! Jackson is known for its southern cuisine, offering the finest selections

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach

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Escape the chilly winter air on Alabama’s 32 miles of sugar-white sand beaches. With warmer weather, an array of activities and events, and impeccable culinary

Galesburg IL

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While Galesburg is most known for its railroad history, locals know it as a delicious town for food. Top Value Reviews named Galesburg one of

Natchez, Mississippi

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Looking for a taste of true southern hospitality? Look no further than Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez is abundant with restaurants that feature soul food, authentic ethnic

Gainesville and Alachua County, FL

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“This is Gator Country.” On Saturday afternoons, that phrase and 90,000 screaming University of Florida football fans are what most people think about when they

Mountain Side of Maryland

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Authenticity is Mountain Maryland’s calling card as a Mid-Atlantic travel destination. With American frontier history that dates back to a time when George Washington commanded

Plano TX

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Satisfy Your Palate Cultural and Culinary Diversity from Around the Globe. Food is increasingly at the center of our everyday, creating opportunity for traditional and

Medina County

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Nestled in Northeast Ohio, 31 miles southwest of Cleveland, Medina County offers features to fit everyone’s interest: fabulous food, breweries and wineries, festivals, shopping, outlets,

ROCKFORD, Ill.

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ROCKFORD, Ill. Rockford, Illinois, doesn’t mess around when it claims to be real and original, especially when it comes to great places to grab a

QUINCY, IL

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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

Harford MD

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Conveniently located just 25 miles north of Baltimore, Harford County is a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, easily accessible by

Tupelo

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Long-known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo is emerging as a culinary hot spot. Just like the unique sound Elvis created, melding gospel, country,

Natchez, MS

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Looking for a taste of true southern hospitality? Look no further than Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez is abundant with restaurants that feature soul food, authentic ethnic

Arizona’s Fresh Foodie Trail

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Culinary education and countless tasty treats are ahead on this 10-stop tour Few think of the Sonoran Desert as being a fertile land of riches.

The Ann Arbor area takes no sip for granted...

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The Ann Arbor area takes no sip for granted. Microbreweries and distilleries are dominating Ann Arbor’s nightlife, while craft cocktails and wine bars grow in

Pittsburgh

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On any given evening, long lines are forming in Pittsburgh. They’re not only forming for Steelers, Penguins and Pirates games or at theaters in the city’s

Kansas is Hays

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Sitting right along Interstate-70 in the western part of Kansas is Hays. Steeped in Western American history, this college town is serving up flavors you

Gulf Shores Orange Beach

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Refreshing cool air, waves crashing on the sand and the scent of a Gulf breeze are what guests are greeted with when visiting Alabama’s beaches

Charlottesville & Albemarle County, Vi...

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  No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.” –Thomas Jefferson