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Georgia is a state where juicy adventures await visitors of all ages. Its world-famous peaches are part of those tasty attractions, as are its rivers and natural parks, its historic towns, and its many undiscovered beaches. Located in the Southeastern United States, it's bordered by North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, and on the east by the Atlantic Ocean. Most of Georgia's 9.5 million residents live in Atlanta's Metropolitan area, composed also by the Perimeter Center, Cumberland and Alpharetta. Atlanta's residents and tourist frequently escape from the chaos of the city and travel to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Accommodations at the mountains range from lovely southern-style bed and breakfasts and motels to luxury hotels. Visitors enjoy the amazing views, fresh air and outdoor sports at places like Lake Lanier, in Gainesville.

Atlanta's visitors have innumerable choices for lodging, no matter the budget, and accommodations located within the Metro Area are generally close to the main attractions of the city. From many hotels, visitors take long walks through unique neighborhoods, and tour interesting museums. Georgians are proud of their history. A historic tour around Georgia has to include Roswell, a city just outside of Atlanta. Many of its accommodations are preserved antebellum homes, and tours of the old plantations offer a perfect trip back in time. Of course, another way to travel to yesteryears is to visit Georgia's Historic Heartland. Tourist find original antique pieces at charming little shops, and many hotels are remodeled homes that date to 200 years ago. Scenic roads and the warmest southern hospitality can also be experienced at cities like Madison, Athens and the picturesque Savannah, known as “Georgia's First City”. Albany, with its unique Civil Rights heritage, is also a jewel to enjoy.

Augusta is another city that makes Georgians proud. Home to the Masters® Golf Tournament and the Augusta Canal National Heritage area, the city offers recreation and unique experiences to everyone, besides its multiple lodging choices. Georgia's coast is another place to find great accommodations, from hotels near the beach to secluded bed and breakfasts by crystal-clear lakes and rivers. The coast stretches one hundred miles, so there are plenty of isolated beaches or busier towns with magnificent cobblestone streets to wander about. Lodging is not an issue for those looking for an out-of-the-box vacation, since motels and hotels are also opened in barrier islands and near mysterious swamps, places waiting to be discovered by adventurers and nature enthusiasts.


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