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Atlanta, GA

I have heard only good things about Atlanta from anyone who's ever described it; a fun city, easy to get around in, lots of history, great shopping, good restaurants. And from our recent trip there, it's all true. Join as as we visit famed Gone With The Wind author Margaret Mitchell's House, The World of Coca-Cola, The Underground, CNN,
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Scottsboro, AL

Scottsboro, Alabama is like walking into a Norman Rockwell painting; small-town Americana that's just overflowing with charm and hospitality. Nestled in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains, and surrounded by 70,000-acre Lake Guntersville, the town still looks pretty much like it did in the 1950's. There's an unmistakable feel of nostalgia here that makes you long for "the good old days".. more>>

Charlotte, NC

Get ready to explore Charlotte, North Carolina, part small town and part big city. With its gracious colonial homes and stunning skyscrapers, Charlotte provides a wide range of opportunities for shopping, dining and sightseeing. more >>


Palm Springs, CA

The best thing about Palm Springs, playground of the rich and famous, is that you don't have to be rich or famous to enjoy it. It's a beautiful, relaxing and affordable vacation spot that will leave you feeling like a star without paying astronomical prices. My traveling companion and I sampled delicious food, stayed at a resort in an exclusive neighborhood and even purchased something at an art gallery. And neither one of us have the last name Rockefeller or Gates. But we sure felt like it! more >>

The Highway 127 Yard Sale
So you think you're a seasoned yard sale shopper? You brag about being able to "shop till you drop" or until someone divorces you? Well you ain't seen nothing, my little shopaholic, until you've experienced the longest yard sale in America...more>>


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