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Blog Post Austin, Texas is one of the most beautiful, entertaining, and proudly quirky places in the U.S.
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Weird (& Boozy) Ways to Tour Austin, TX in 2022

Austin, Texas is one of the most beautiful, entertaining, and proudly quirky places in the U.S.

And whether you’re planning out a bachelor party, couples getaway, or a retirement celebration, there are plenty of unique - and booze-filled - ways to see the sights.

Blog Post After many of us have been limiting our travel and interactions for over two years, we’re ready to plan a road trip.
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Things To Do in Savannah, GA in 2022

After many of us have been limiting our travel and interactions for over two years, we’re ready to plan a road trip.

And Savannah, Georgia, with her picturesque Oak trees, tucked-away parks, and rooftop bars, is the perfect destination in 2022.

Blog Post There are already so many days in the year that radiate romance but none with such an obligatory feel as Valentine’s Day.
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Keeping Valentine’s Day Fun at Home for Couples

There are already so many days in the year that radiate romance but none with such an obligatory feel as Valentine’s Day.

This is the day when couples everywhere must prove how much they love their significant other in fear that if they don’t live up to the societal standards, they’ll fail as a partner

Blog Post If you’re getting married in New Orleans, Louisiana and need ideas for the Bachelorette Party of the century
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New Orleans Bachelorette Party Ideas

If you're getting married in New Orleans, Louisiana, and need ideas for the Bachelorette Party of the century, you've come to the right place.

New Orleans is known for its crazy nightlife, but don't worry - we're here to guide you through the madness, no matter what your style is.

Blog Post Feminism: the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes.
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Juliette Gordon Low: Savannah’s First Feminist

Feminism: the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes.

The waves of feminism have been around for centuries. The first one started in 1848 at the Seneca Falls Convention when three hundred men and women rallied together for equality. But it didn’t stop there.

Blog Post New Orleans is a unique city, having been settled by the French in 1718 by Administrator Jean-Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville (try saying that three times fast).
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Five Historic Hotels in New Orleans

New Orleans is a unique city, having been settled by the French in 1718 by Administrator Jean-Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville (try saying that three times fast).

It was then turned over to Spain in 1762, and then turned back over to the French in 1801.

Blog Post Are you getting married in Savannah but stressing out about what to do for your Bachelorette Party?
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Bachelorette Party Fun in Savannah, GA

Are you getting married in Savannah but stressing out about what to do for your Bachelorette Party?

Well, you’ve come to the right place.

Blog Post Austin is old. It was officially incorporated on December 27, 1839?
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The Eight Oldest Hotels in Austin

Austin is old. It was officially incorporated on December 27, 1839

Therefore, it’s only fair to assume that a lot of the hotels here are old

Blog Post You did it! You finally booked your weekend (or week-long) getaway to one of the most remarkable and historical cities in the U.S.; Savannah, GA
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The Best Vintage Hotels in Savannah

You did it! You finally booked your weekend (or week-long) getaway to one of the most remarkable and historical cities in the U.S.; Savannah, GA.

You’ve booked the flight.

Blog Post What’s the tallest structure that you’ve ever seen? Maybe it was a skyscraper that brushed against the clouds.
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Untold Wonders: The World’s Tallest Statue

What’s the tallest structure that you’ve ever seen? Maybe it was a skyscraper that brushed against the clouds.

Or perhaps it was a mountain top when you went hiking in LA that one summer.

Blog Post People have been traveling the world, raking the ocean floor, and flooding money into the search for the Lost City of Atlantis for years.
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Untold Wonders: The Eye of the Sahara; The Lost City of Atlantis or not?

People have been traveling the world, raking the ocean floor, and flooding money into the search for the Lost City of Atlantis for years.

But could it be that it has been right there in front of us?

Blog Post The Museum of Death is a trek into an unsettling world where murder, serial killers, deformed animals, and all things shocking greet you at every turn.
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The Museum of Death - A Look at the Unbridled Macabre

The Museum of Death is a trek into an unsettling world where murder, serial killers, deformed animals, and all things shocking greet you at every turn.

Whether they make you think, cringe, vomit, or all of the above, the exhibits will certainly incite a reaction–and that's the point.

Blog Post The Museum of Death is a trek into an unsettling world where murder, serial killers, deformed animals, and all things shocking greet you at every turn.
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What to do in Austin for your Bachelorette Party

Getting married in Austin, Texas but are too wiped to make any more decisions after months of wedding planning?

We got you covered! No matter what you’re into, we have a list compiled perfectly to your unique tastes.

Blog Post Sometimes the best ideas can be conceived in unexpected ways–like over plates of Tex-Mex in an Austin restaurant.
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South by Southwest - Austin's Media Extravaganza

Sometimes the best ideas can be conceived in unexpected ways–like over plates of Tex-Mex in an Austin restaurant.

That's where an idea for a music festival was bounced between four writers for The Austin Chronicle–Ronald Swenson, Louis Jay Meyers, Louis Black, and Nick Barbaro in 1986 Austin, Texas.

Blog Post When you come to visit Savannah, you've got to do it right! Don't bother with any of the ol' been-there, done-that franchises.
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Five of Savannah's Oldest Restaurants

When you come to visit Savannah, you've got to do it right! Don't bother with any of the ol' been-there, done-that franchises.

Instead, sink your teeth into something local, historical, and completely unforgettable.

Blog Post Nashville has gained quite the reputation of being <i>the</i> Bachelorette Party location in America.
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Nashville Bachelorette Party Ideas

Nashville has gained quite the reputation of being the Bachelorette Party location in America.

It has even been nicknamed NashVegas and potentially could be a bigger hotspot for parties like this than Las Vegas itself.

Blog Post The ever-receding horizon of the oceans once held a promise of grandeur and fresh adventure.
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Untold Wonders: The International Space Station

The ever-receding horizon of the oceans once held a promise of grandeur and fresh adventure.

Then one day, ships braved that horizon, balanced atop seas of unknown fathoms, sailing briskly at countless leagues.

Blog Post If you’re reading this in February, Happy Black History Month!
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How to Celebrate Black History Month in Savannah

If you’re reading this in February, Happy Black History Month! If not, there’s no bad time to celebrate history, and maybe no better place for it than Savannah.

Everywhere you go, you will find a significant contribution of an African American inventor, artist, writer, or political figure who helped shape the world into what it is today.

Blog Post When you think of kool-aid, you think sugar.
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How Nashville Became Music City

When you think of kool-aid, you think sugar. When you think of the beach, you think sun. When you think Jada Pinkett, you think Will Smith.

When you think of Will Smith, you think about that time he slapped the shit out of Chris Rock at the Oscars.

Blog Post Featured on public television for the first time in 1974.
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Austin City Limits Still Strums and Rocks

Of all the platforms for the country's guitar pickers and ballad belters, Austin City Limits reigns supreme as musical gold–and the longest-running music series in television history.

Featured on public television for the first time in 1974.

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