Miami Beach Invites Travelers to Enjoy Events and Special Offers All Season Long

The holiday season in Miami Beach isn’t exactly synonymous with falling leaves or chilly weather. In Miami Beach, this time of year is all about enjoying the holiday spirit amongst the tropical foliage. Locals and travelers can be found soaking up some sun and experiencing many of the fun fall a read more…

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Family Fun Activities in Daytona Beach, Florida

Daytona Beach, “the world’s most famous beach,” is 23 miles of stunning Atlantic shoreline on Florida’s east coast. It is a favorite for families, as its appeal and amazing line up of activities go well beyond the beach. There is fun any time of year, on the water and off, from a racetrack straigh read more…

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Do You Really Know Daytona Beach?

Daytona Beach, Florida, is a legendary coastal destination. It’s known for its 23 miles of Atlantic shoreline and for beautiful beaches, suitable for sunbathing, biking or even a bit of (very slow, careful) driving. It’s also known for its racing history and as home to Daytona International Spee read more…

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South Carolina’s Thoroughbred Country Adds Fresh New Attractions for 2021

Located just an hour and a half west of I-95 and situated along I-20, between Atlanta and Charleston and just east of Augusta, Georgia, Thoroughbred Country South Carolina, is known for equestrian adventures, rolling hills, stately plantation-style homes, antique galleries and small towns that read more…

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Mississippi Officials Cut Ribbon on the Museum Trail

State and Jackson officials gathered today for a ribbon cutting for the Museum Trail, Jackson’s first paved scenic pathway which connects downtown with LeFleur’s Bluff State Park.

“We are thrilled to open up this roughly two-mile scenic pathway that includes a pedestrian bridge through the hear read more…

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