As far as roadtrips for food-lovers go, the American South is a must. The proof is in the pudding—not to mention the fried green tomatoes, gulf seafood, and Cajun Bloody Marys.
Alabama Travel Guide
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With piled-high pancakes and hearty egg sandwiches, these breakfast spots will give you extra motivation to roll out of your hotel bed.
Hotels in Alabama
This stately, 259-room resort sits like the crown jewel of the suburban community of Ross Bridge, which is otherwise populated by newly built family homes. With French chateau-inspired architecture, it’s considered to be a special occasion destination for locals.
Restaurants in Alabama
This old-school “meat and three” has been a local mainstay since the 1930’s. The chicken’s batter shatters with every crunchy bite. Be sure to order a side of corn muffins, crisp on the outside, fluffy, buttery, and piping hot on the inside.
Things to do in Alabama
Years as agent: 7. Other specialties: Skiing and snowboarding, Caribbean honeymoons. Consulting fee: $250.