RURAL SCENIC COUNTRYROADS of Tennessee. Relax and ride.
For those who love America's backroads. I belive country roads still lead to a better place and a place that leads us home. Relax and enjoy this road trip along rural backroads in Tennessee away from the hectic hurrying of modern society.
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The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels WV
Website: . . . . . . . .. .. ... . .. .. .. The Resort at Glade Springs 255 Resort Drive Daniels WV 25832 Located 8 miles from the Winterplace Ski Resort and a 10-minute drive from the Little Beaver State Park, this resort hosts 3 golf courses and a spa. It also features indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a bowling alley and more. The suites at The Resort at Glade Springs feature 2 flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. They are furnished with a sofa bed and a work desk. A microwave and a refrigerator are also provided. This Daniels resort features 2 restaurants, a sports bar, and a café. Horseback riding is provided at the equestrian center. The Raleigh County Memorial Airport is a 5-minute drive from The Resort at Glade Springs. Daniels Vineyards is a 15-minute drive from the property.
Wyndham Branson at the Falls Resort by Scenic Railway Vacation and Branson Live Show
Branson at the Falls has modern resort conveniences and yet manages to hold the original Ozark area charm. It's ideally located near the many attractions and provides pretty views of the surrounding hills. The Branson Tri-Lakes area offers freshwater fun at Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo and Bull Shoals. Boating, fishing, swimming, skiing, sailing, scuba diving, parasailing, spelunking, pirate cruises and helicopter tours.
Truly a remarkable, all-American vacation destination, Branson has 52 live performance theaters, three pristine lakes, 12 championship golf courses, an international award-winning theme park, dozens of attractions and museums, shopping galore, a full range of dining options, and a host of hotels, motels, resorts and meeting and conference facilities. Branson is less than a day's drive from one-third of the United States' population, and in 2009 the new Branson Airport will provide low-cost commercial flights from a number of major U.S. cities.
Adventure seekers can choose from a wide variety of authentic attractions in this Ozark Mountain destination.
Dont miss the world-famous Silver Dollar City, voted the number-one theme park in the world by the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions. The 1880s-themed park features six exciting festivals each year, more than 100 demonstrating craftsmen, 60 unique shops, 40 live shows daily and a dozen delectable restaurants. New this year, the GIANT Swing, busts seven stories into the sky! On another end of town, Celebration City features more than 30 rides and attractions including the eight-story high Ozark WildCat wooden roller coaster, the all new Stinger, go-karts, mini-golf, midway games, shopping, dining and entertainment for the whole family. Meet Stella, Rose and Kim, sea lions of the newest show in Branson, the Animal Planet Sea Lion Splash.
Experience Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, a unique tale of the Ozark Mountain people. Another attraction that will take you back in time is the Branson Scenic Railway. Ride aboard restored 1940s dome cars while enjoying snacks or a romantic prime rib dinner. You might recall seeing Branson Scenic Railway from a July episode of As the World Turns daytime drama, filmed on location this summer.
Dolly Partons Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show is a full-scale production set in a 35,000-square-foot arena featuring stampeding longhorn steers, horses, racing pigs and ostriches. Another famous attraction featuring dinner and a show is the Showboat Branson Belle, a grand paddle-wheel riverboat on beautiful Table Rock Lake, featuring a Broadway-style performance by the Showstoppers, acrobatic adagio by Elena & Vladim and comedy by Todd Oliver and Friends.
The Ozarks are also wine country, with three wineries, Branson Ridge Winery, Mount Pleasant Winery and Stone Hill Winery, calling Branson their home.
Dont leave Branson without visiting the worlds largest TITANIC museum attraction. This ship-shaped building displays original artifacts, ascends more than 100-feet above the Highway 76 Strip and includes replicas of the Grand Stairway. Another addition to our many and varied attractions is a fascinating educational museum, BODIES, The Exhibition, will captivate you with its display of human physiology.
Visit White Water, the largest outdoor water park in the Branson area or the Splash Country Water Park. You can also relax at one of the lakefront beaches, such as the Moonshine Beach on Table Rock Lake. Dont forget about the two other lakes, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals, which provide an abundance of fun, hiking, water-skiing and fishing. See the Historic Downtown and the new Branson Landing from above, like you've never seen it before! Discover the exciting Branson Strip, see Silver Dollar City, Table Rock Dam and all the wonders Branson has to offer with an Ozark Mountain Helicopters tour.
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New England is rich in many things; prevalent among them are history, art and many diverse cultures. There are museums throughout the region that chronicle the past in many contexts. The best New England museums are, in fact, packed with all manner of fascinating artifacts, books, articles, furniture and the keepsakes of Native Americans, presidents, statesmen, the works and wisdom of our Founding Fathers, farmers, manufacturers, art, science and the sea faring, to name but a few.
For the purposes of this article about the Best New England Museums, I've chosen a living history institution from Massachusetts for its exemplary exhibits and realism.
Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, serves as a microcosm of what life was like when the Pilgrims arrived here in 1627.
The sense of history here at the Plantation resonates from every part of it. There's great and reverent balance here. It's not just about the English Colonists (the Pilgrims), the first Massachusetts settlement or the first Thanksgiving.
The curators have taken great care to place emphasis on the important role the Wampanoag Native People played in the opening act of American history.
In addition, the curators explain the evolution of Thanksgiving from its true origins, the food on that first Thanksgiving table and explores its evolution from how it began to the turkey-and-football event we know it to be today.
The Plantation comprises six major attractions: The 1627 Pilgrim Village; Hobbamock's Homesite; The Mayflower II; Nye Barn; Thanksgiving: Memory, Myth & Meaning; and the Crafts Center.
The 1627 Pilgrim Village has been recreated in minute detail and the staff members, in period dress, go about their daily activities as if the Plantation was still the epicenter of the New World.
The thatch-roofed buildings offer a plethora of period artifacts that give ample insight into how the English Colonists lived, dressed, ate and interacted back in 1627, as well as how they survived against daunting odds. The staff members are extremely well versed in the history of Plimouth, and can expound at length on virtually any relevant topic.
Hobbamock's Homesite gives visitors a very realistic view of how the Wampanoag People, who have lived in Southeastern New England for thousands of years, went about their daily lives. A traditional wetu (house) provides the same level of detail found in the English houses and realistically displays how different the Native lifestyle was from the colonists'.
When one compares the luxury and spaciousness of today's ocean-going cruise ships to the Mayflower II, an exact replica of the original Mayflower, one wonders how the English colonists made the voyage, safe, sound and sane.
The size of the ship and the quarters of those who sailed aboard her are highly suggestive of a claustrophobic encounter of the worst kind. Imagine yourself 1 of 102 passengers and 18 crew on a ship 106 feet long with a beam 25 feet wide for a day, much less months.
Nye Barn conserves a great deal more than just history and architecture. The Plantation's staff members are the caretakers of breeds of animals common during the 1600s, but extremely rare now. Breeding stocks for these beasts of burden are very low, but the Plantation is doing an exemplary job of helping the animals thrive and multiply.
The Crafts Center offers basket weaving, as well as pottery, joiner (furniture making) and tailoring as it was done by the colonists. Skilled craftspeople are happy to answer your questions about how they ply their trades, many nearly extinct, as well as how what they make was crafted at a time when there was no electricity.
There's realism here that is neither contrived nor dispassionate. Everyone engaged in the day-to-day activities makes it truly living history, and it's a New England museum that is worth every second of the visit.
James H. Hyde, an author, award-winning writer and syndicated columnist, is editor and co-owner with his wife of a top-ranked New England Website, NewEnglandTimes.Com, which covers travel, tourism, real estate and lifestyles. For more information about this museum and articles about other museums, as well as where to go, stay and eat, what to do and what to see in New England, plus read the exclusive life-story interview of a Connecticut celebrity, go to
Candlewood Suites Bismarck - Bismarck, North Dakota
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Bismarck's only extended stay hotel, the Candlewood Suites is not your typical or traditional hotel and that is what sets us apart from the rest! We put amenities where they really count: in our suites!
The Candlewood Suites Bismarck offers our long term guests the comforts of home, while providing easy access to area attractions and leading North Dakota businesses.
Business-oriented travelers appreciate our hotel's location just minutes from the Bismarck Civic Center, State Capitol, MDU Resources, Williston Basin, Basin Electric, St. Alexius Medical Center, Medcenter One, Bismarck Cancer Center, Bobcat, Aetna, Unisys, Hawktree Golf Course and easy access to Wilton Wind Energy Center, Coal Creek Station Stanton, Falkirk Mine, North American Coal , Minnkota Power Plant, and Oliver County Wind Energy Center.
To keep guests connected to family, friends, and co-workers during their stay, free high-speed Internet access and a 24-hour business center are provided in our Bismarck hotel.
During your extended stay, our hotel invites you to take advantage of our complimentary guest laundry facilities. An indoor pool and whirlpool, a gazebo grilling patio, a well-equipped fitness center, and a free DVD lending library are also available for your convenience. As you prepare for your trip, we hope you will explore our excellent Bismarck hotel rates and make your reservation with us today!
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