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Northeast Georgia is filled with one-of-a-kind attractions and landmarks.
A trip on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad is the perfect way to step back in time and enjoy a bit of the Old West.
As a city, Atlanta is both an economic powerhouse and a draw for both business and leisure tourists from around the globe. No disrespect to the ATL, but it’s just the one worthy destination in any Georgia excursion.
Granite, one could readily argue, is the foundation of society. Particularly here in Northeast Georgia, where it supports the town in more ways than one.
To many, this delightful cathedral city in Wiltshire, England, is a jumping off point for a visit to the famous and mysterious Stonehenge. But, this city of 40,000 residents is steeped in history. As such, travelers who see it as little more than a glorified bus stop are missing out on seeing a pair of historic sites.
London’s culture and sense of being is built on history. There is nary a corner of the city that doesn’t hold a great story and serve as the backdrop of some great event that helped shaped not only London and England, but the world at large, for in many ways the history of London — and frankly, that of England — is the story of the world.
Bath has a rich and colorful history. An absolutely charming city, Bath is located roughly 100 miles west of London, making it the perfect destination for a day trip. A tourist destination since the city’s founding during Roman times, Bath today is home to roughly 80,000 residents and sees more than 4.4 million visitors per year.
The Roman Baths for which this southwestern England city is named, are some of the most remarkable Roman ruins outside of Rome itself.