The Mansion on Peachtree: Unmatched Beauty and Excellence in the Heart of Buckhead

The Mansion on Peachtree shines like a beacon along Buckhead’s prestigious Peachtree Road, beckoning you home. Forty-two tower residences and three garden villas offer luxurious, unparalleled living for Buckhead’s most affluent residents. This residence also features 127 luxury hotel rooms which are situated in a 42-story building in the affluent neighborhood of Buckhead. Designed by …

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Lily Propagation Methods

How to Propagate Daylilies

Lily Propagation Plants by their very nature want to multiply and get larger, create seeds and spread. Lilies are masters at creating copies of themselves or creating new variations. Few types of plants have such a variety of ways to multiply, be it by clones or by seeds. All parts of the Lily seem to …

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Callaway Gardens

Discover Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia

Callaway Gardens – Pine Mountain, Georgia Part nature preserve, part vacation resort, Callaway Gardens is a spectacular 35,000-square-foot complex nestled on 13,000 acres of beautiful Georgia countryside in the Appalachian Mountains. Home of the world’s largest azalea display, one of North America’s biggest butterfly conservatories. The gardens are also home to a magnificent vegetable garden …

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Savannah City Market

Savannah City Market

City Market in Savannah, Georgia The City Market in Savannah, Georgia is aptly called the “Art and Soul of Savannah” for good reason! It is full of areas to explore and hidden treasures lie around every single corner. It has a ton of art galleries, restaurants, stores, and opportunities for entertainment. It isn’t just one …

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Hay House Macon Georgia

Hay House – Macon, Georgia

Hay House – Macon, Georgia One of the most interesting houses to see when you are visiting Macon is the Johnston-Felton-Hay House.  Built from 1855 to 1859 this Italian Renaissance Revival home was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. There are four levels and a three-story cupola making this 18,000 square foot house a …

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Tooth Fairy Economics

Tooth Fairy Economics

The Rising Cost Of Parenting “Dad, why does the tooth fairy give money for teeth?” Like all five-year-olds, my son Arthur was nothing if not inquisitive. I paused. I’d been through the standard Santa Claus questions and could discuss rocket-powered sleighs and how Santa could ingest a few hundred million cookies without throwing up. But …

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Northeast Georgia Wine Trail

Northeast Georgia Wine Trail

Enjoy the Northeast Georgia Wine Trail Visit the many wineries of the new North Georgia Wine Country. Explore the beautiful vineyards and taste the new varieties that are winning awards for superlative wine. Northeast Georgia is home to award-winning wineries and is becoming a well-known wine destination. Visitors can taste local favorites, like Muscadine and …

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Gainesville, Georgia

Gainesville, GA Vacation Planner

Historic Gainesville, Lake Lanier Islands, and the many lovely towns of Hall County offer lake fun, motorsports, golf, relaxing mountain scenery, antiques and shopping, beautiful resorts, hotels, bed & breakfast inns, and a plethora of recreational opportunities. Nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, bordered by the shores of Lake Lanier, home to …

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Savannah Historic Districts

Historic Districts of Savannah

Districts of Savannah Savannah’s famous Historic District comprises several distinctly different Historic Districts that have come to be encompassed by the overall designation of the Savannah Historic District. These descriptions feature the four districts that lie within the downtown area, although there are several others in areas a bit further from the central downtown neighborhoods. …

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historic homes savannah

Savannah’s Famous Historic Homes

Savannah’s famous historic houses are fine, often breathtaking, examples of the best that architecture has ever produced. Built between the early 1800s through the birth of the 20th Century, these houses–Federal, Neo-Gothic, English Regency, Steamboat Gothic, and Victorian mansions, and petite Victorian cottages–are the buildings that make Historic Savannah the city we love today. Andrew …

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Attractions Tybee Island

Tybee Island Attractions

Drive 20 minutes east of Savannah, Georgia, through a few miles of wide sky and salt marshes. This is where you’ll find Tybee Island — perhaps the most laid-back location on the southeastern coast. On this uniquely charming island, nature lovers mingle with movie stars, bird watchers with good ol’ boys. Pirate raids are regular …

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