Why Nashville Makes the Perfect Winter Getaway

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Nashville Winter Travel You might think of Nashville as your go-to destination for up-and-coming country stars — and it is — but there’s so much more than music in this lively Southern city. While it’s great to visit any time of year, Tennessee’s capital has plenty to offer when the weather turns cold. Here’s why you should go… Read more »

Hotel Review: Courtyard Nashville Vanderbilt/West End, Tennessee

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Hotel Review Courtyard Marriott Nashville During a recent trip to Nashville, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Courtyard Nashville Vanderbilt/West End. Here’s her take on the experience. When visiting Nashville, you want to stay close to the action, near the honky-tonks and fun attractions, but not so close that it keeps you awake when you’re finally ready to call… Read more »

Hotel Review: Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Dallas, Texas

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New Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas Texas The 176-room Hampton Inn & Suites is one of the newest hotels to enter the Dallas scene. Housed in a historic 1923 office tower known as the Allen Building, the interior features completely new construction — and it shows. Inside, it’s strikingly modern with clean lines and sleek decor. I’ve never stayed in a hotel… Read more »

The South’s Best Kept Secret: Charlotte, North Carolina

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Charlotte North Carolina Free Travel Guide North Carolina’s largest city is eclectic. Charlotte serves up old-fashioned Southern charm alongside postmodern art. It has extreme thrills and extreme luxury. If you’re looking for your next getaway, the Queen City has something for every taste — from romance to adventure to family fun. For Romance Lovers Charlotte’s scenic uptown is the perfect place… Read more »

Hotel Review: Hampton Inn Charleston-Historic District, South Carolina

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Charleston SC Hotel Reviews On a recent trip to Charleston, South Carolina, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Hampton Inn Charleston-Historic District hotel. Here’s her take on the experience. One thing you notice walking around Charleston is the number of secret gardens and green spaces hidden behind elaborate wrought iron gates. You can’t go inside, but you peek… Read more »