USA - The South (Chapter)
This is the The South chapter from Lonely Planet’s 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.
- Putting yourself into a Cajun-Creole food-induced coma in New Orleans, one of America’s most treasured foodie havens.
- Hiking and camping in the magnificent Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- restaurants & accommodation
- Driving windswept Hwy 12 down the length of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and ride the ferry to funky little Ocracoke Island
Coverage includes: North Carolina, North Carolina Coast, The Triangle, Charlotte, North Carolina Mountains, South Carolina, Charleston, Around Charleston, Lowcountry, North Coast, Columbia, Tennessee, Memphis, Shiloh National Military Park, Nashville, Eastern Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Central Kentucky, Georgia, Atlanta, North Georgia, Central Georgia, Savannah, Brunswick & The Golden Isles, Alabama, Birmingham, Around Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma, Mobile, Tupelo, Oxford and Mississippi Delta.
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