If it’s a big adventure you’re after, look no further than the US National Whitewater Center. It’s the official Olympic Training Center for whitewater slalom racing and right in Charlotte’s own backyard. Don’t let their name mislead you. Rafting is a major draw, but it’s way more than just rafting. Rock climbing, mountain biking and aerial sports including zip lining and rope courses are other big hits at this place of pure awesomeness.
Beautiful Savannah, Georgia is the oldest city in the state, giving it a rich history, immense culture, and tons of charm. Spanish moss covered trees surround antebellum architecture creating an enchanting atmosphere where friendly residents graciously welcome visitors to their city. Once you visit, you will understand why it is called The Hostess City of the South. Come on down to experience Georgia’s first city‘s history, beauty, and hospitable people.
This 700-room Westin is a sleek, modern hotel that stands out on the southwestern edge of uptown Charlotte. Yet, it is conveniently located near many attractions. It is just steps away from Bank of America Stadium, Time Warner Cable Arena, and Epicentre. The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Levine Center for the Arts, and The Mint Museum, along with numerous restaurants and nightclubs are also easy walking distance.
Searching for an island adventure with high-speed boat rides, snorkeling with sea turtles, exploring an uninhabited island, and ending your afternoon at a luxurious stopover on a picturesque island? Captain Alan’s Three Island Snorkeling Adventure is the excursion you must book to experience this perfect day on St. Martin. [Read more…]
Hearing the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort just went through renovations to the tune of $30 million made us quickly consider this low country vacation spot for a long weekend. The renovations were completed in late April and we chose mid-July for our getaway. We love Hilton Head and a freshly updated resort was just too tempting for us. This was a super easy decision. [Read more…]