The most astonishing thing I found in Nashville was the full scale replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. And it was built right here in Centennial Park as a museum and event space.
Nashville might be known as the Music City and the [...]
The Pirates' House has a long history as a tavern and inn, but the restaurant today is the best part with friendly service, a comfy dining experience, and fantastic food.
I only had a weekend for my first visit to Savannah, Georgia, but during those two days I had the best burger ever, saw some beautiful vistas, and explore a national monument.
Smaller National Park Service sites aren't something to be skipped just because they're small. There are several benefits to the smaller sites that just might make them more attractive.
The NPS's National Mall and Memorial Park, known as The National Mall, has a large collection of monuments and memorials dedicated to past presidents and wars.
The Trail of Tears National Historic trail is a bit hard to follow, but the sites along the various routes offer a look into a dark chapter in the country's history of removing the Cherokee Indians.
Commemorating the "death knell of the Confederacy", the Battle of Chickamauga can be retraced through the tours and trails of the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.
I only had two days in Savannah. It wasn't enough time to do everything I wanted, but it was enough time to capture some amazing photos of this beautiful southern city.
Each of these five northeast Georgia state parks has a unique feature, lots of outdoor recreation, and more than a few reasons to spend some time in a campground, cabin, or lodge.
Toccoa Falls is the tallest free falling waterfall on the east coast, located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College, just outside the town of Toccoa, Georgia.
It was the most terrifying road I'd ever driven, but once I reached the summit of Bell Mountain in Georgia it was also one of the most spectacular views I'd ever seen.