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Cool Road Trips: 5 Scenic Sights to Visit by Car in North Carolina

    One of the original 13 British colonies which first formed the United States, North Carolina is home to plenty of historic and cultural sites but also some breathtaking natural beauty, including national and state parks, and dozens of beaches along some 300 miles of coastline. Gorgeous barrier islands; gospel music; Piedmont blues music; two types of tasty barbecue; Cherokee Indian culture; roadside attractions (like the world's largest working frying pan) - there's plenty of cool stuff to…

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10 Australia road-trip tips

  In terms of epic journeys, you’re not going to get much bigger than road tripping around the land Down Under. This huge landmass has more differing landscapes and areas of natural beauty than perhaps anywhere else in the world, from stunning beaches, lush rainforests, the red centre, Uluru, and massive cosmopolitan cities, all with a laid-back vibe and rich culture to explore.   Of course, with any journey of this size, you need to know a little about what you’re getting yourself into before…

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Why winning western Massachusetts makes a great road trip

DennisTagneyJr Many visitors to one of the USA's most historic states tend to stick close to its Atlantic Ocean coast, because of course there's a lot to love about destinations like Boston and Cape Cod to its south. But there's an entire state's worth of equally scenic and historic treasures stretching some 124 miles (just over 200 kilometres) west to the New York State border (a bit over a two-hour nonstop drive) - and it makes for a great overnight or several-day excursion from "Beantown".…

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A marvelous western New York State road trip

From Rolling Farmlands to Race Cars, Apple Orchards to Amish, this Empire State Road Trip Has it All    Mention New York and most people think the Big Apple  They picture the massive, iconic urban center of skyscrapers, Broadway shows, the Statue of Liberty, and countless other attractions. But upstate, to New York City's north and northwest, lies a very different side of NYS which, while less well known, lies a sprawling region of countryside - rolling farmlands, dense forests, and tiny towns…

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  • We start out across the great American Southwest today at The World on Wheels. Our first stop is the great desert of Anza Borrego, along with side trips to the little mountain town of Julian, and the bleak wasteland of the Salton Sea: http://tinyurl.com/37h8p3m
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • A great way to experience the foliage kaleidoscope is with a scenic drive, and our latest drives in Virginia are an excellent way to enjoy.

    http://www.myscenicdrives.com/regions/virginia

    Not near Virginia? We probably have something for you or will soon: http://www.myscenicdrives.com/

  • From volcanos to deserts to gold mines to beaches...we've spent the summer covering our home state of California. Our Golden State adventure concludes today at The World on Wheels with the final chapter of our Monterey Peninsula trip report with new pictures and video of the cities of Carmel, Pacific Grove, and a visit to the Monterey County Fair: http://tinyurl.com/3gww6ke
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • Explore the fall foliage with a scenic drive, such as our two newest drives in Arkansas. The splendor of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains bathed in the warm tones of autumn is a sight to behold - but these drives are equally special year round. Explore fascinating rock formations, caves and enchanting forests or relax in the hot springs – rich in history. Limitless recreation opportunities from a stroll along sparkling lakes to hang gliding off a cliffside.

    http://www.myscenicdrives.com/regions/arkansas

  • Explore Alaska – the final frontier, with myscenicdrives.com's newest drives. Rugged wilderness, sculpted glaciers, deep fjords, and Mount McKinley the highest mountain in North America at 20,320 feet, create an unforgettable adventure.

    http://www.myscenicdrives.com/regions/alaska

  • Our summer long tour of California continues at The World on Wheels. After spending a week in the northern part of the state, we drift south again to the state's capital for baseball and continuing on to Gold Country: http://tinyurl.com/36fu8q9
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • Discover the beauty of eastern Tennessee with 3 new drives through the breathtaking Great Smoky Mountains and Cherokee National Forest. Serene natural beauty awaits as you explore magnificent valleys, gorges, cascading waterfalls, old-growth forest, and historical structures of mountain life in 1800's.

    http://www.myscenicdrives.com/regions/tennessee

  • Amidst the spectacular beauty of the jagged granite peaks of the Wyoming's Teton Mountains, experience the history, passion and hardshipsof Native Americans, homesteaders and dude ranchers. Outdoor adventures
    abound, with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and abundant wildlife
    offering a stunning backdrop. http://drives.to/grand-teton

    Amidst the spectacular beauty of the jagged granite peaks of the Wyoming's TetonMountains, experience the history, passion and hardships
    of Native Americans, homesteaders and dude ranchers.
    Outdoor adventures abound, with majestic mountains,
    pristine lakes and abundant wildlife offering a stunning
    backdrop.

  • On a wintry December morning I woke up to a flat tyre in the north Indian city of Allahabad. Shivering to replace it I was approached by a youngish lad. Gladly accepting his "I could help you with this, if you would like, Sir" as god sent,we replaced the tyre. I thanked the young man, and tipped him. My tip was politely refused. I found out that he was a college student, son of the local temple priest.This is India.

     

    To see more of this, come join us on one of our trips!


    http://www.100milesodyssey.com

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/100Miles-An-Indian-Odyssey/1937213973...

  • Road Trips In India !

    What we offer and how we differ ?

     

    We @ 100 Miles are not your average travel planner.Infact we don't like to think of us as a company but simply a group of guys who are travel enthusiasts. We believe this is the only way to know a country as varied and colorful as India. Her culture, her cuisine, her people, her exotic locales. We will take care of everything starting from airport transfers to best-in-class accomodation to homestays to your meals to city tours to your journey on the road with a caravan in tow to chef-on-wheels to local food to camping gear, all for a fixed cost. Come let us take you on a joy ride, we promise, you will never forget !

    http://www.100milesodyssey.com
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