Traveling Georgia As a Solo Female Traveler

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I undertook a solo trip to Georgia (as a woman), taking in about 15 cities and sites in three weeks. Don’t be afraid to travel here alone!

New Orleans to Florida; Part 2 of Crossing America Just Because

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…But you didn’t think this was going to be an RV trip with no malfunctions, did you? (Insert every RV owner’s intense guffaw here.)

The South Caucasus: Europe’s Forgotten Frontier

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The South Caucasus is Europe’s Eastern frontier. From the rugged, wild Caucasus Mountains on the border with the volatile Russian states of Chechnya and Dagestan, down to the flaming mountainsides on the shores of the Caspian Sea, traveling the South Caucasus is an adventure. Jennifer Walker gives you a lowdown on traveling Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.

A Walk through History – Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Jamie Siegel, a die-hard fan of "Gone with the Wind" visited the Road to Tara Museum in Atlanta for a thorough schooling on all things Civil War.

Mexico Has Come to Atlanta – Georgia, USA

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Robert J. Nebel found good, affordable, authentic Mexican cuisine in Decatur, Georgia. Really!

Roswell, Georgia’s Little Hideaway – Atlanta, USA

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Robert J. Nebel discovered a tapas bar and restaurant tucked away in a shopping center that merits a stop.

Trains and Louis XVI Go with a Bottle of Coke – Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Roy A. Barnes show lovers of Coca-Cola, French art and locomotive history how to have a good time in Atlanta.

Procuring Fossil Fuel for Vehicular Propulsion – Atlanta,Georgia, USA

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When ignorance meets technology, disaster is born. How can any sane man fill his gas tank with diesel? Read how Dr. Gustav Barnard did.

Wedding Crashing in the Republic of Georgia – Tbilisi, Georgia

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home_jul06_wedding.jpgThere’s vomit on

Road to Europe: Georgia – Tbilisi, Georgia

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Teenagers, beggars and children, fluently speaking European languages, are indicative about seriousness in intentions of Georgians to establish contacts with Europe.