Tips and Articles for Georgia, U.S.

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The world’s tallest building may one day not even be attached to Earth’s surface.A New York City-based architecture firm has released plans for a... Read More

South Carolina  Get 30 percent off from the Andrew Pickney Inn, a 300-year-old charmer in Charleston with damask and trellis-patterned bedspreads... Read More

The stories of Dorothy Vaughan, Katherine Johnson, and Mary Jackson were given the Hollywood treatment in a film adaptation of “Hidden Figures,”... Read More

When Carolyn Pearson started Maiden Voyage eight years ago to provide advice and connect solo women travelers so they wouldn’t have to dine alone, many... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com. Related: Gin Has Been Saved From Possible ExtinctionYou’d certainly trust him to host your cooking... Read More

Google Maps has added a new feature for Android users that gives provides an estimate for how bad parking will be once they arrive at their destination... Read More

Severe weather across parts of the southeastern United States left at least 18 people dead over the weekend. Flooding and damage was reported in... Read More

After being closed for repairs, Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth home in Atlanta, Georgia, will partially reopen in time for his birthday Monday. The... Read More

Eleven national park service sites, including scenic trails and historic monuments, are scattered across the state or Georgia. But few areas are as... Read More

With millions of people making their way through airport security, the Transportation Security Administration can sometimes come across... Read More

Florida Get at least 37 percent off Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach, a high-rise property on a prime spot of the town’s palm-fringed beach, not far... Read More

Sleep at the ION Luxury Adventure Hotel, Selfoss, IcelandWith its other-worldly landscapes and infamous northern lights, Iceland is a must-visit... Read More

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and on Monday Google released its tips—based off historic data from Google Trends and Google Maps—for avoiding... Read More

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and that means one thing: Crowded airports. RewardExpert has released its Thanksgiving Holiday Air Travel... Read More

Visitors and residents of Atlanta, Georgia, will have to hurry to see the city's beloved panda duo before they leave town November 3.Mei Lun and Mei... Read More

This story originally appeared on fwx.com.The reach of secret menus, sometimes thought of as strictly in the purview of fast food drive thrus and... Read More

Brooklyn-based home furnishings and housewares company West Elm announced it’s latest venture on Monday: hotels.The first properties will open in... Read More

Georgia Institute of Technology student Ryan Pickren used to get in trouble for hacking websites—in 2015, he hacked rival University of Georgia's ... Read More

Cocktails made with low-alcohol booze have become increasingly popular, and Atlanta’s at the forefront of the trend. So-called “suppressor” drinks—the... Read More

This Christmas, look beyond the wassail and hot chocolate and find inspiration for an incredible cocktail party with drinks from around the world.... Read More

Greenville, South CarolinaThis small town, two hours from Atlanta, thinks big. Bob Jones Museum and Gallery has a collection of Italian paintings so... Read More

Jekyll Island, a barrier island among the Golden Isles of Georgia, is the latest filming location for AMC's The Walking Dead.Serious fans of the show... Read More

After warning earlier this year that passengers should expect airport security wait times as long as two hours, the Transportation Security... Read More

Savannah’s antebellum architecture and romantic atmosphere helped the Georgian city earn a spot on this year’s list of World’s Best Cities. So what to... Read More

Public Wi-Fi has gone from a nice thing to have to a frequent necessity for travelers.But that doesn’t mean it's easy to come by, and many places where... Read More

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