Georgia Holidays

Georgia is known for southern hospitality, wild natural beauty, colonial towns, and delicious comfort food. Lovers of praline ought to adore Georgia, the number one producer of pecans in the world. Those with nut allergies can still satisfy their sweet tooths with another of the state’s popular desserts, the Georgia peach pie. Not surprisingly, ... Read more
agriculture and food production are major industries for this charming state in the South. From the plantation-style architecture of Savannah to the cosmopolitan attractions of Atlanta, Georgia offers something for every belle and gentleman.
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  • Georgia Aquarium
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  • World of Coca Cola
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  • Centennial Olympic Park
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Unlike warmer Southern neighbors, Georgia enjoys four distinct seasons, each with its own advantages. In the summer, families with kids fresh out of school flock to Georgia, though temperatures can reach a hot ... Read more
and humid 90 (32). Hotels and restaurants in Atlanta can book up at this time of the year, so be sure to book in advance. Spring and autumn are much milder, less crowded, and very beautiful: you’ll see blooming azaleas in the spring and colorful foliage in fall. In the winter, the state gets cooler (coolest in the mountains), and occasionally endures ice storms and snow, though it rarely gets as brutally cold as the rest of the country.

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  • 9.1
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Schenectady

Georgia State is one of the original 13 Colonies and has rich vast of historical sites to visit with a wide range of outdoor activities to do.

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Puerto Vallarta

I've only spent a small amount of time in Georgia but it does have Southern charm.

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Omagh

Southern hospitality at its best. Humming birds, a hammock and Georgia peaches. What more could you ask for?!

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Santa Clara
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Georgia will always be my home state. It's where I grew up and lived for at least twenty years. Atlanta is Georgia's biggest city and pulls people from all over the US, mainly from the South. The food is good, the people are hospitable, and there's enough to see to keep you occupied.

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You can go from mounties to water, I love Georiga. Try it somdtime.

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Jersey City

Love it!!!

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