Centrally located in the heart of the Texas, Fredericksburg has a small-town feel paired with the restaurants, accommodations, shops, and attractions usually reserved for a much larger destination.
Founded by German settlers in 1846, the town’s roots are evident today in its charming historic Main Street, which offers some 150 shops, art galleries, museums, bakeries, and restaurants in a walkable setting.
If you have been searching for friendly people, a cool small town with a local food ethos, and one of the best hubs for outdoor recreation, look no further than Harrisonburg. Vibrant, modern, and diverse, Harrisonburg, Va. boasts a happening atmosphere infused with a serious passion for local food and libations, cutting-edge arts and culture, and the historic roots that anchor it to the famous Shenandoah Valley landscape.
Located just north of Atlanta, Dunwoody combines the charm of a small town with the conveniences of a big city. It is a hub for shopping, dining, business, and Southern hospitality. Featuring more than 1,900 hotel rooms and a combined 66,000+ square feet of function space across eight hotels, with a ninth set to open in summer 2021, Dunwoody is a competitive destination for all types of meetings and events.
If les bons temps really do roulez in Louisiana, it’s a safe bet that the city of Lake Charles is where it all begins. Founded in 1861, Lake Charles is southwest Louisiana's cultural, industrial, and educational hub. In this city known for its confluence of cultures, it’s not uncommon to hear Cajun French conversations or authentic Zydeco music at the corner store or on the radio.
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