For anyone looking for a Southeastern getaway this weekend, it’s not too late. Here are five worthy options.
Paris is one of the world’s most popular destinations, and for decades “The City of Light” has attracted artists and lovers alike. Here are five ideas of what to see on a trip to Paris.
England is one of the great destinations for travelers. The country is home to some of the greatest tourist attractions, including stunning churches, prehistoric monuments and iconic structures instantly recognizable worldwide.
The City of Brotherly Love holds a unique place in American history. It was here during the American Revolution that the Founding Fathers met and ultimately signed theDeclaration of Independence in 1776 and the Constitution in 1787. The city’s role in developing the country — and ultimately impacting the course of world history — cannot be overstated.
The story of Betsy Ross is one of the great American legends. While it’s a great story, it’s most likely just a legend. Most sources indicate the legend entered the nation’s annals of history in the 1870s as the country celebrated its centennial thanks to Ross’ grandson.
The Roman Baths for which this southwestern England city is named, are some of the most remarkable Roman ruins outside of Rome itself.
The sesquicentennial of the Civil War is an opportunity to reflect on the horrible fighting that divided our country a century-and-a-half ago, and it’s also an opportunity to explore some of the lesser-known battles.
The annual running of the world’s largest 10K attracts more than 60,000 participants and at least twice as many spectators. Runners, joggers and walkers replace cars along one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares, the venerable Peachtree Street.
Authorities nationwide are stepping up highway patrols this Fourth of July, traditionally one of the deadliest weekends on highways across the country.
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway has been ferrying tourists and railfans between Blue Ridge, Ga., and the Georgia-Tennessee state line since 1998. The heritage railroad train departs from the historic 1906 Louisville & Nashville Railroad depot in downtown Blue Ridge and treks northward for an hour, providing riders with a beautiful view of the scenic North Georgia landscape.