The Best Places to Visit in Alabama
The Best Places to Visit in Alabama
Alabama is a state with many names: Yellowhammer State after the state bird, the Cotton State and the Heart of Dixie. Though Spanish explorers passed through the state in 1540, it was the French who settled the area, founding Mobile in 1702. Because it’s located on the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama is a good place to indulge in water activities. Like most Southern States, Alabama has a rich history and mix of cultural traditions. With such a rich history, the state is truly beautiful with several natural and man-made attractions distributed all over the state. If you are planning to visit the state, visit these top 10 must-see attractions presented in this video.
#10.Neversink Pit Sinkhole
#9.Noccalula Falls Park
#6.Cheaha State Park
#5.US Space & Rocket Center
#4.Huntsville Botanical Garden
#2.Little River Canyon National Preserve
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With a population of slightly more than 10 million, North Carolina is the 9th largest state in the U.S. by population.
This is the birthplace of Pepsi, Krispy Kreme and Cheerwine, and as far as living goes, it is as good a state as it gets.
The weather is mild and the residents enjoy all four distinct seasons in their full splendour.
The state has a diverse range of geographical features that make it a feast for the outdoor lover.
To the west lies its spectacular mountains, with the Piedmont occupying the middle, and the east covered by the coastal plains.
North Carolina is incredibly diverse, ethnically and economically speaking, which makes it a great place to call home.
And that’s before you consider the high quality of life prevalent across the state, with job opportunities aplenty.
The famous Research Triangle Park, an area traversing Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, is a big contributor of many jobs.
More than 200 companies are based here, including the likes of RTI International, IBM, Cisco, Johnson & Johnson, Syngenta and GlaxoSmithKline.
The Old North State also has some of the best colleges in America, with Duke ranking among the top five schools in the country.
Other notable options include the University of North Carolina (the oldest university in the United States) and Elon University.
Throw in a booming art and culture scene, an incredibly pleasant people, and a warm and hospitable southern charm,
and it’s easy to see why North Carolina lives up to its motto which means “to be rather than to seem”.
From the coast to the mountains, North Carolina has charm to spare. That’s undeniable. In the Tar Heel State, there are so many great small towns—far too many to count—so
choosing our favorites is a monumentally challenging task.
If you are looking for a nice place to settle down, here are the 10 best places to live in North Carolina you definitely need to think about.
These spots are prime destinations for making memories.
7. Chapel Hill.
8. Wrightsville Beach.
9. Wake Forest.
10. Mills River.
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Visiting Mount Cheaha State Park
I made a trip to North Alabama to visit Mount Cheaha State Park. Highest point in the state of Alabama.Had a good meal at the Cliffside restaurant. It was a fun day!
10 Secret Swimming Holes You Have to Experience
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Swimming holes were thought to be great places to get in touch with the natural element within yourself. To prove it here's a list of Secret Swimming Holes You Have to Experience
1. Tinago Falls, Philippines
On days when the powerful Tinago Falls is slow enough, one of the Philippines most stunning waterfalls is also home to two accessible swimming holes. Around the falls is a thriving rainforest that make for the perfect adventure.
2. Sliding Rock, United States
Go to North Carolina’s Sliding Rock, which is exactly what it sounds like. Nestled in Pisgah National Forest, this slanted rock is a favorite for tourists wanting a little thrill and a reprieve from the summer heat.
3. Cenote Ik Kil, Mexico
Take a swim in a Mayan holy spot, the Cenote Ik Kil in Yucatan, Mexico. The popular tourist destination comes with a restaurant and a shop, so you can commemorate your dip in the 115-foot-deep pools with a meal and a souvenir.
4. To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa
The 100-foot-deep pool on the southern coast of Samoa’s Upolu island is just one of the attractions on hand. In addition, the village of Lotofago has a vibrant food market, a white sand beach, and plenty more to see and do.
5. Kuang Si Falls, Laos
A series of sterling blue pools are formed as the water rushes down multi-tiered Kuang Si Falls, an unbelievably beautiful location south of Luang Prabang, Laos. This is also home to several ancient temples and thriving marketplaces.
6. Jean-Larose Waterfall, Canada
You won’t need to climb Quebec’s iconic Mont Saint-Anne, but you will need to descend the 400-step incline to get to the base of the mountain where some world class swimming awaits. Water-filled basins sit beneath a 224-foot waterfall. Even if you don’t swim, the view alone is worth it.
7. Opal Pool, United States
To get to Oregon’s Opal Pool, you’ll need to hike three-and-a-half miles through the verdant beauty of Willamette National Forest, an otherworldly landscape of old-growth Douglas firs. The destination is worth the effort however, as you’ll be greeted with gorgeous, brisk water all year round.
8. Devil’s Pool, Zambia
There is a swimming hole on the very edge of Victoria Falls. Steely-nerved travelers can take a dip in a swimming hole that runs right along the edge of the tremendous drop.
9. Dudu Blue Lagoon, Dominican Republic
Keep an eye out for divers ascending to the top of this gorgeous clearwater lagoon in Cabrera in the Dominican Republic. Dudu Blue Lagoon is the only place in the world where a diver can go from one freshwater lake to another through a series of spectacular sea caves.
10. Giola Natural Pool, Greece
Only the most adventurous explorers need travel to the small village of Astris on the Greek island of Thassos in search of the Giola Natural Pool. Once you arrive, however, you’ll get the opportunity to take a dip in a natural swimming pool carved into the rocks of the Aegean Sea’s historic coastline.
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Come relax with us at the Mountain Stream RV Park located in the mountains of NC, near the Blue Ridge Parkway. Most sites back up to a beautiful stream, giving you a sense of peace and tranquility. This RV park is located close to many popular adventures such as Linville Gorge and Falls, Linville Caverns, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Asheville, NC.
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We visit Mount Mitchell, the rooftop of North Carolina. Located in Mount Mitchell State Park near Asheville, the highest point in the state has an elevation of 6,684 feet. It is also the tallest mountain in the United States east of the Mississippi River. Join us as we go highpointing!
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We made it to Cheaha State Park, the highest point in Alabama, marking the first destination on our Cross Country Road Trip In A VW Bus!
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Cuba has been on our bucket list for a long time, and today we finally traveled to Havana from Mexico. We had a lot of questions about “how” we could travel to Cuba as Americans, so we answer some common questions in this video and share our experience getting into the country for the first time!
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