Eastern USA - The South (Chapter)
This is The South chapter from Lonely Planet’s Eastern USA guidebook.
More than any other part of the country, the South has an identity all its own - a musical way of speaking, a complicated political history and a pride in a shared culture that cuts across state lines.
- stomping your boots at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Nashville’s honky-tonk-lined Lower Broadway
- hiking and camping in the magnificent Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- restaurants and accommodations
- driving windswept Hwy 12 down the length of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and riding the ferry to funky little Ocracoke Island
Coverage includes: North Carolina, North Carolina Coast, The Triangle, Charlotte, North Carolina Mountains, South Carolina, Charleston & around, Lowcountry, North Coast, Columbia, Tennessee, Memphis, Shiloh National Military Park, Nashville, Eastern Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Bluegrass Country, Central Kentucky, Georgia, Atlanta, North Georgia, Central Georgia, Savannah, Brunswick & the Golden Isles, Alabama, Birmingham & around, Montgomery, Selma, Mobile, Mississippi, Tupelo, Oxford, Mississippi Delta, Jackson, Natchez, Gulf Coast, Louisiana, New Orleans & around, Cajun Country, Cane River Country, Northern Louisiana, Arkansas, Little Rock, Hot Springs & around, Arkansas River Valley, Ozark Mountains and Arkansas Delta.
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