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These five pet-friendly properties around the Southeast make traveling with your dog (or cat!) easy and fun.
Can you even call yourself a Southerner if you don’t spend at least a quarter of the year griping about the heat (and don’t forget the humidity)? But during a season when the forecast seems permanently set to “scorching,” you can still find pockets of delicious coolness—and we don’t mean the blast radius around your air-conditioning vent.
Checking in at Hotel Domestique in the foothills of South Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains is like arriving at a European country manor.
Dawsonville, Georgia sits just one hour north of Atlanta, nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Etched into the landscape of these hills you will find the perfect setting to satisfy your adventure...
Born in Acadiana (Louisiana’s historically French region) in the sixties, a plate lunch is a working person’s meal. Portions are large so as to keep hunger at bay until nightfall.
Their primary job is to serve the most central of daily meals: lunch. They are early risers, okra choppers, roux stirrers, crowd herders. They are keepers of their family’s long-held recipes. They bear up under pressure. They are survivors.
Downtown Dublin, GA is wide open, boasting nationally-acclaimed eats, eclectic local shopping, and abundant history. Experience the heartbeat of local love on the sidewalks of Dublin with sunny days, twinkling nights, and weekends filled...
Whether you’re hiking, biking, or riding through Rabun County, you’ll discover amazing things to see, taste, and do around every bend and behind every tree—and there are a lot of those. From thrilling outdoor...