America’s Deep South

Atlanta This college city is known as the Capital of the New South. Although a modern centre, Atlanta still has some historic neighbourhoods which are a reminder of its historic roots. The headquarters of CNN (the world’s largest news service provider) and fizzy drink producer Coca-Cola are both located in Atlanta and offer tours of their buildings. The city has a number of different districts including; Sweet Auburn – this historic district is Atlanta’s principal African-America area and is where Martin Luther King Junior was born and raised. Buckhead – this upmarket district has some of the best upmarket hotels, restaurants and shops as well as some great architecture.…

Florida Travel Guide

Florida holidays are particularly popular with families who have children of all ages. From family-friendly inns and hotels to luxury penthouses, Florida has top-class accommodation to suit everyone. When it comes to dining out visitors will be spoilt for choice with restaurants to suit all budgets and palettes, from seafood diners to romantic al fresco dining and much more. Shoppers will not be disappointed as Florida is a shopper’s haven with amazing shopping malls, designer boutiques and quaint little local stores.…

Western America Natural Wonders

Yosemite National Park – America’s first national park. The Yosemite National Park stretches across the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain chain, covering an area of more than 750,000 acres. Most of the park is a designated wilderness with amazing granite cliffs, streams, waterfalls and giant sequoia groves. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, most visitors spend their time at the park in the Yosemite Valley which covers seven square miles of the park. The park has five vegetation zones – lower montane, upper montane, chaparral and oak woodland, alpine and sub-alpine.…