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Visiting Dahlonega, GA
2 months ago

Visiting Dahlonega, GA

Unless you’ve attended the University of North Georgia, you’ve probably never heard of the small town of Dahlonega. Consider the population is a little over 5,000 and a name that’s hard to pronounce, it’s easy to see why. But unlike other small towns, this one is anything but sleepy. One part college town and one part historic destination town, Dahlonega has much to offer its guests.

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Quick Guide to Tampa, FL
2 months ago

Quick Guide to Tampa, FL


If you’ve never before had an opportunity to travel to Tampa, then you are in for quite a treat. Whether you plan to explore underwater wonders at the Florida Aquarium, ride roller coasters at Busch Gardens, or soak up some rays in the Florida Sunshine, a trip to Tampa is sure to provide fun for the whole family.

So, what’s on your agenda while you are there? With so many options from which to choose, you may not know where to begin. Our DriveTheNation.com team has compiled our “Quick Guide to Tampa” so that you won’t have to miss any of the action.

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Quick Guide to Fort Collins, Colorado
3 months ago

Quick Guide to Fort Collins, Colorado

Fort Collins may not be as well-known as Denver and Boulder, but it’s a haven for cycling enthusiasts and craft beer aficionados … not to mention, just a wonderful place to visit. Don’t miss these spots when you stop by.

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Top Ramen Shops in the U.S.
3 months ago

Top Ramen Shops in the U.S.

Ramen noodles isn’t that quick microwaveable dinner most likely to be found in college dorms and the homes of starving artists. In fact, real ramen is an incredibly tasty dish that can be found all over the country.

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Quick Guide to Columbus
3 months ago

Quick Guide to Columbus

Since 1816, Columbus has been the capital of Ohio, growing from little more than a fur trading outpost to one of the largest cities in the nation. The Biggest Small Town in America is home to a thriving arts community, professional sports teams, and even a replica ship of the Santa Maria.

Located near the center of the state, Columbus has long been a hub for multiple industries, attractions, landmarks, and more. Whether you’ll be home there for the holidays or visiting for business or pleasure, be sure to catch these five hot spots while you’re in Columbus.

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Quick Guide to Jacksonville
3 months ago

Quick Guide to Jacksonville

Aaaaah, the sunshine state!

There’s way more to discover in Florida then just the beaches and Mickey Mouse, in fact, there’s a lot more! Florida is home to some of …
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Cape Cod National Seashore
3 months ago

Cape Cod National Seashore

When travelers envision the perfect beach getaway, the first place that usually comes to mind is usually somewhere in Florida or maybe even the Caribbean. Most wouldn’t think of the northeast, but believe it or not, there are some beach gems located there. For example, Cape Cod National Seashore located in Massachusetts, which was founded by President John F. Kennedy on August 7, 1961.

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Visiting Los Angeles Landmarks
4 months ago

Visiting Los Angeles Landmarks

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Warm weather, palm trees, luxury shopping, and oh yea a celebrity or two…that’s what you’re likely going to encounter on any trip to Los Angeles. Is it any wonder it’s one of the top vacation destinations in all of America?

In this post, we’re going to cover five of the best landmarks Los Angeles has to offer. When you check these off your list, you know you’ll have seen some of the best and most famous sites.

So, grab your sunglasses, pack your swimsuit, and let’s go!

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National Monuments of the Midwest
4 months ago

National Monuments of the Midwest

There are 124 National Monuments throughout the United States. When you are traveling in the Midwest, there are some wonderful National Monuments to see. Remember that there are also National Historic Sites, Seashores, Rivers, Trails and more that are awaiting your visit, in the Midwestern states.

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Visit Paso Robles, CA
4 months ago

Visit Paso Robles, CA

In case you haven’t noticed, wine has gotten pretty big in the US. There are new winemaking valleys popping up all over the country, from Upstate New York to Central Oregon.

But, chances are, when you think about wine in America, there is one state that automatically pops into your mind…that’s right, California.

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