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Beach Motels in Albany

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  • Lancaster
    Pennsylvania Dutch country is a fascinating destination to explore. Visitors will get a glimpse of farm life as it was in the early 1800s. Visit markets and farm stores for homemade shoofly pie and fresh produce, or shop for a handmade quilt. President James Buchanan's elegant home, Wheatland, is no less historic but contrasts sharply to the simpler Pennsylvania Dutch heritage sites in Lancaster. Consider a side trip to nearby Hershey, home of Hershey Park and the Hershey chocolate factory.
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  • Pigeon Forge

    Situated beside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is ninety-five per cent forest with streams, waterfalls, flora and fauna, Pigeon Forge is a superb holiday destination.

    If you love musical shows and rides, Dollywood is the place for you, whereas Wonderworks is an unusual interactive upside-down attraction. At the Titanic Museum, you can sit in a lifeboat, walk up the grand staircase, take the helm and follow commands. Smoky Mountain adventures are ideal for lovers of outdoor activities, as they include whitewater rafting, mountain biking and rock climbing. Why not take a day trip to Cades Cove, about thirty miles from Pigeon Forge in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? There you can enjoy the scenic Abrams Falls and follow a nature trail. Elvis fans must not miss the Elvis Museum, a small private collection that includes costumes, jewellery, photographs and three cars. Smoky Mountain Car Museum has a jump bike that belonged to Evil Knievel as well as vintage cars, but it is only open from April until October.

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  • Panama City Beach
    With an average of 320 days of Florida sunshine each year – and 27 miles of sugar-white sands bordering the clear, emerald green waters where the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrew Bay converge – Panama City Beach is a favourite of travellers seeking an affordable beach holiday with year round offerings. The region also features exciting on- and off-shore attractions, including St. Andrews Park and Pier Park, that offer something special to adrenaline-seekers, eco-tourists, families and couples alike.
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  • St. Petersburg
    Boasting two of the nation's best beaches, Saint Petersburg has stunning sands, perfect whether you choose to soak up sun at Fort De Soto; swim, shell, fish or snorkel on Caladesi Island; or enjoy Clearwater's Pier 60 and unbeatable sunsets. Busch Gardens, Adventure Island and eight aquariums and zoos are nearby.
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  • Nuremberg
    With half a million people, Nuremberg is Bavaria's second largest city. While its history dates to the 11th century, Nuremberg is most often linked to the 20th century (specifically World War II). It first served as the site of many pre-war Nazi rallies, then was nearly levelled by Allied bombing, then was the site of the famous post-war Nuremberg Trials. The city has much to offer today's visitors, including the rebuilt Nuremberg Castle and the world-famous gingerbread at Hauptmarkt. Hansel and Gretel would have loved this place.
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  • Leipzig
    It’s always hard to fill the shoes of someone who used to do your job very well. If you’re the choirmaster at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, guess whose shoes you have to fill? Bach’s. (No pressure.) Leipzig is closely connected to classical music—Wagner was born here, and Mendelssohn established a conservatory here in 1843. If you’re more of a melancholy, contemporary type, visit during the Wave-Gotik-Treffen, billed as the world’s largest "dark" (Goth, industrial, punk, etc.) music festival.
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  • Olbia
    Olbia (Greek for “happiness”) is a popular jumping-off point for those visiting the white-sand beaches of the Costa Smeralda, but those who linger in the coastal city uncover a historic centre filled with archaeological landmarks, piazzas ringed by wine bars, and authentic eateries.
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  • Isola d'Ischia
    The largest and many say most beautiful island in the Bay of Naples, Ischia is renowned for its curative spas. Ferries and hydrofoils connect Naples to Ischia Porto, the main town. Nearby at Ischia Ponte (connected to the main island by a foot bridge) are the magnificent Castello Aragonese and Guevara Tower. Forio on the island’s west coast, Lacco Ameno in the northwest and Sant’Angelo in the south are the liveliest resort towns. Casamicciola Terme in the north is one of Europe’s oldest spas.
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