Take the Gone With the Wind Tour that brings Margaret Mitchell’s novel to life

Clayton County, Georgia is the ancestral home of Margaret Mitchell and is the official home of ‘Gone With the Wind.’ Jonesboro Depot is the start of the Gone With the Wind Tour ~ PullOverandLetMeOut Peter Bonner’s Gone With the Wind Tour guides visitors through Margaret Mitchell’s classic story of Scarlett and Rhett and ties the threads connecting the real life facts of the Battle…
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Hildene; An original Gilded Age estate in Vermont with presidential ties

The Battenkill Valley in Vermont evokes images of winding rural roads, cozy cottages, covered bridges, maple syrup and cow-filled pastures. These images are snapshots of life in the Green Mountain State. However, tucked amongst the mountains and charming scenery there's  a great estate in Manchester, Vermont; an original home from America's Gilded Age. Robert Todd Lincoln built Hildene in Manchester, Vermont as his summer…
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Make a stop on the Dahlonega Wine Trail in North Georgia

  Driving through Dahlonega in North Georgia the green road signs are easy to see and worth following. The breathtaking views overlooking the Southern Appalachian Mountains alone draw you in. But once there, the traveler will be delighted with this incredible find in the foothills. Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery is more than a winery; it is a wine country experience. Wolf Mountain Vineyards…
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St. Augustine’s haunted history

  Castillo De San Marcos - St. Augustine, FL Places like Charleston, Savannah and New Orleans immediately come to mind when one thinks of haunted American cities. However St. Augustine, Florida mustn't be overlooked. This old city is one of the most haunted in the country and with the preponderance and variety of ghost tours available, it's a popular destination for ghost hunters.  …
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Ferry Farm – George Washington’s boyhood home and why you’ll “dig it”

Ferry Farm in Fredericksburg, Virginia was George Washington's home from the time he was 6 years old until he was 20. It's the place he played as a child, became an accomplished surveyor and if the story is true – it's here he took an ax to the infamous cherry tree. Today visitors to Ferry Farm learn the story of the first president's boyhood home but may be…
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8 things you’ll love about traveling alone

There was a time I couldn't have imagined taking a vacation by myself. However, one summer when I was single I decided to do just that. I wasn't angry, I wasn't lonely – I simply wanted to spread my wings and be independent. This opened my eyes and ever since I try to take at least one short trip alone each year. Sure it's fun to travel with…
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