Category: United States

Family Vacation Destinations in the South

Let’s face it. Planning a multi-generational family vacation is tough. Picking a budget-friendly city that makes the 7-year-old, the 17-year-old, and the 70-year-old happy is easier said than done. Why not head south and check out Orlando, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; or Austin, Texas? Here’s why you should explore these family vacation destinations.

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Brunch, Bikes, and Brews at Caboose Brewing Co. Vienna Virginia

Arrive at Caboose Brewing Co. in Vienna Virginia on the weekend for brunch, and you’ll likely see cyclists of every shape and size standing outside with beers and food on the patio. A cyclist’s haven, the farm-to-table brewhouse is located in an industrial building along the 45-mile long Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park paved trail between Shirlington and Purcellville.

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Unique Activities and Explorations in Albuquerque NM

In the picturesque city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, along historic Route 66 and the winding Rio Grande, you will find rich cultural history, creative artistry, friendly locals, tasty eats, outdoor adventures, and affordable Albuquerque hotels. But the best reason to make a visit to Albuquerque is to experience the unique activities and explorations only found in this fascinating southwestern American city.

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5 Explorations in Charlotte North Carolina

A trip to Charlotte, North Carolina, is a visit to a city filled with Southern hospitality, charm, great architecture, and famous attractions. Known as the Queen City because it’s named after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III, all visitors are sure to have an adventure here.

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Tranquillity at Hawks Cay Resort Duck Key Florida

It’s hot and humid this December afternoon at Hawks Cay Resort as I lounge in the shade, cold beverage in hand, on our private deck behind our suite. It’s quiet — no music, no children, just the noise of the nearby ocean and the rustle of the palms as they sway in the wind.

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