Agrirama – a Tifton Treasure
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Agrirama – a Tifton Treasure

Sit too close to the front and you’ll get soaked. On Saturdays an old steam engine tugs 2 open-air cars lined with wooden bench seats through the piney woods. Each time the engineer blows the whistle, a cloud of steam belches from the smokestack. It cools down, sprinkling the passengers riding behind. The train is just one of the many attractions at Agrirama, the Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, showing life in rural...

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Dahlonega’s Annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival

Dahlonega, GA – A Teddy Bear Picnic, live music, folk dancers, and a juried artists’ market are just some of the highlights of the 14th annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival, April 16-18, 2010 in Dahlonega, GA, just 70 miles northeast of Atlanta. A favorite spring celebration, the festival brings together a variety of talented local, regional, and national musicians, performers and artists for three days of concerts, workshops,...

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Savannah: I was a Southern Belle (for the weekend)

I wanted to see the real Savannah, not just the tourist facade. So, I decided that renting a luxury townhouse instead of a hotel room would be the best way to do it. I totally lucked out and found one right on Forsyth Park. It was in walking distance of all the lovely moss covered squares and the great shopping on Bull Street. It was arranged through Savannahdreamvacations.com. They found my husband and I this gorgeous rental with two...

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Tips and Trends at Atlanta Travel Expos

Educational travel seminars will include black family reunions, gay travel and girlfriend getaways ATLANTA (January 6, 2009) — The Atlanta Travel Expo and Vacation Home Expo, to be held January 24-25, 2009, at the Cobb Galleria Centre, will feature expert travel seminars in addition to trip giveaways and exclusive travel deals. Travel experts from all genres will present tips and trends, including black family reunions,...

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