All in Cities and Small Towns
In a city filled with modern skyscrapers and a constantly changing skyline, it is nice to know you can find gems from the past throughout the city.
An expansive historic district, colonial charm and southern hospitality make Savannah a must visit city in the South.
A cotton mill town'; the “capital” of one of the country’s richest coalfields; and a town with a “salty” past are all places in Southwest Virginia where history makes them great places to visit.
An historic town saved from being swallowed up by a lake; a place thousands of people used to flock to soak in healing waters; and a tale of two cities that witnessed a massive environmental disaster. These are three Tennessee towns with an unsual past.
East Tennessee is filled with small towns and there are reasons to visit each one. Here are three charming and historic towns you should put on your list to visit.
Clarksville is Tennessee’s fifth largest city. A recent surge in entrepreneurship has led to the creation of a fantastic dining scene that might surprise you.
One great thing about traveling is the chance to eat at places you don't eat when you are home. Many times, that means great sit down restaurants, but there is something to be said about great regional fast food chains. Here are some I've encountered during my travels.
The dogwood trees may be the star of the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, but some of the public art displays will be around long after the blooms are gone.