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From the mountains of North Carolina to the pristine Florida miracle strip beaches, from Savannah to San Francisco, read about the ultimate destinations in our beautiful United States.

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Timeless Elegance

Set amid mountain top views, Old Edwards Inn and Spa offers an escape with timeless elegance reminiscent of a European estate. Offering a picture-perfect setting in Highlands,N.C., the newly expanded resort has raised the bar on luxury with world-class amenities and impeccable service. After a $50 million renovation, the historic inn opened in 2004 and […]

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Tailgating the Tiger Way

Tailgating the Tiger Way During fall, temperatures can soar on Saturday afternoons on the Plains, but that doesn’t stop the rising number of tailgates throughout the campus of Auburn University. In east Alabama, the autumn months revolve around tailgating and football. Pick your favorite spot and set up a table in the team’s colors of […]

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Music City Christmas

While the Gaylord Opryland Resort is splendid year round with its soaring glass roof atriums and nine acres of lavish indoor gardens, during the holiday season it becomes a majestic fantasyland with A Country Christmas, beginning Nov. 16 and running through Jan. 1. With over two million twinkling lights, acresofelaboratedecorationsand stellar holiday productions highlighting A […]

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Remembering Harper Lee

The Monroeville, Ala., courthouse was stifling in the summer heat. Tina started giggling at something Nelle’s father said. The girls had already been in trouble once for talking. “If you girls are going to stay up there,” the judge sternly stated, “you are going to have to be quiet.” Nelle’s father had looked up at […]

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Welcome to the Southern Gourmet – a work in progress
Ann | October 6, 2015 | 1 Comment

Welcome to the Southern Gourmet. Here you will find informative and entertaining articles about travel, food, people and places.

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