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Mint juleps, columned antebellum mansions, fragrant jasmine and magnolia blossoms, genteel hospitality—all add to a most Southern experience in one of the country's most beautiful cities. Situated at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, Charleston has retained its rich historic character. Must-see sites and activities include Fort Sumter, where the American Civil War began; the Old City Market; a blackwater swamp cruise through Cypress Gardens; the quintessential Boone Hall Plantation, one of the oldest working plantations in the country with its breathtaking Avenue of Oaks; the magnificent sculpture garden and wildlife preserve at Brookgreen Gardens; and the Nathaniel Russell House with its free-flying spiral staircases and fine Federal architecture.
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With sunshine nearly 365 days per year and an average annual temperature of 70 degrees, Fort Myers is a wonderful vacation location. Its near-perfect weather draws golfers to the over 50 public and private golf courses in the area, and its white-sand beach attracts people looking for relaxation and fun in the sun. In downtown Fort Myer's, enjoy cafes, shops, art galleries, and more. Other popular attractions include the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, where visitors can step back in time and tour the homes, museum, gardens, and lab.
The winter playground for America's rich and famous from 1886 until 1942, Jekyll Island today is an alluring barrier island off the coast of Georgia with beautiful driftwood beaches, championship golf, and life that reflects a simpler time. Enjoy a peaceful bike or horseback ride, walk on the sandbars, spotting pelicans, herons, and sandpipers play in the surf, or scan the magnolia and live oak forests for the deer and wild turkeys that hide there. Other options: learn about the endangered loggerhead turtles at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, cool off at the water park, or see what life was like for the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, and other elite as you tour their opulent historic "cottages."
Monograms provides travelers access to a Local Host®, so you will have someone on hand to answer those vacation questions pertaining to Jekyll Island, Georgia. No waiting in line at the concierge desk or trying to ask your waitress at breakfast directions to the shopping district. Plus, your Local Host will share local Jekyll Island insights and share suggestions for getting off the beaten path, leaving you more time to create lasting vacation memories that are yours alone.
The Jekyll Island National Historic Landmark District is one of the largest ongoing restoration projects in the southeastern United States. The 240-acre historic district includes the Jekyll Island Clubhouse, the Club Wharf, the Club Power Plant, historic Faith Chapel, and numerous other historic buildings.
Rent a bike and spend endless hours on exploration of Jekyll Island. Good old-fashioned exercise awaits you as you pedal the paths along the marsh, under the oaks, on the beach, or anywhere you want to go.
The Georgia Sea Turtle Center provides state-of-the-art emergency care to sick and injured sea turtles, with opportunities for scientific research and long-term treatment. Visitors will explore exhibits on sea turtle conservation, rehabilitation, and their amazing journey from egg to adulthood.
Spend some time exploring this unique beach which is strewn with driftwood. See how the trees have been bleached by the sun, wind and waves along the beach. It beautiful and indescribable!
Constructed around 1740, this site represents one of the most significant tabby ruins remaining on the Georgia coast. Consisting of a mixture of shells, lime, sand and water, tabby has long been a popular building material along the Georgia Coast. The House served as a British Empire outpost and Major William Horton's residents until his death in 1748.
Enjoy a dolphin tour which will take you along the scenic waterways of the Georgia coast, home to one of the world's largest populations of Bottlenose Dolphins. Sunset cruises and ECO Shrimping tours are offered as well.
The southernmost location in the continental U.S. and a four-by-two-mile island, Key West-known as the Conch Republic-is a laid-back town offering a Caribbean atmosphere, amazing sunsets, and azure seas. It has a history filled with pirates, rumrunners, and writers, and visitors can enjoy a haunted walking tour in the Historic District. It has the only coral reef in North America, and water activities include jet skiing, parasailing, sunset cruises, snorkeling, glass-bottom boat tours, and scuba diving. At sunset every night, performers and vendors join spectators as they say goodbye to the sun in Mallory Square. Duval Street, the town's most famous street, offers posh bistros, fun restaurants, and plenty of people-watching opportunities.
To help you further personalize your Key West vacation package, you'll have access to a toll-free Service On Call helpline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Customer service representatives are on call for anything you need to make your vacation to Key West, Florida worry free.
Miami Beach boasts beautiful, turquoise waters and a 7-mile beach ideal for relaxing in the sun, snorkeling, jet skiing, and people watching; the beach's tree-lined boardwalk is perfect for walkers, bikers, and runners. But that's not all that Miami Beach has! Art lovers enjoy Miami Beach-with its internationally recognized institutions, exhibits, and art galleries-and visitors can take tours of the famous Art Deco Historic District. South Beach, nicknamed SoBe, is a section of Miami Beach famous for its Latin influence, numerous nightclubs, exquisite restaurants, and world-class shopping.
Brimming with diverse cultural influences and authentic atmosphere, "N'awlins" is a rich tapestry of flower-festooned courtyards, Cajun cooking, horse-drawn carriages, soul-capturing Jazz, and delightful Old World architecture. The famed French Quarter sets the stage for exploring New Orleans, and is home to many historic landmarks. Highlights include a streetcar ride along St. Charles Avenue to see the city's beautiful antebellum mansions, a tour through New Orleans' distinctive above-ground cemeteries, Jackson Square, a swamp tour in search of alligators and other wildlife, a paddlewheel cruise along the mighty Mississippi, beignets at the world-famous Café du Monde, brunch at the Court of Two Sisters, and a Bourbon Street cocktail tour.
Angela is a native of the city as well as a licensed New Orleans tour guide for the past 25 years. She is also a graduate of the International Tour Directors Institute in San Francisco. She is the former real estate editor of The Times-Picayune, New Orleans's daily newspaper.
Angela lives just a block from Bourbon Street in Faubourg Marigny, the neighborhood adjacent to the French Quarter, and owns and operates a bed and breakfast there with her husband Russ. "I love welcoming visitors to the 'World's Most Interesting City,'" she says, "and look forward to telling them about our fabulous music and fine restaurants." You'll enjoy meeting Angela as much as she enjoys meeting guests.
With its numerous theme parks, attractions, shopping, nightlife, golf courses, spas, and restaurants, Orlando has something for everyone. Visit one of the world-famous theme parks, including Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando® Resort, LEGOLAND Florida, and many more. Golf at one of the 170 golf courses; shop at top department stores, unique boutiques, and outlet malls; or take a behind-the-scenes tour at nearby Kennedy Space Center. At night, choose from dinner shows, interactive entertainment complexes, taverns, dance clubs, breweries, and comedy clubs-not to mention a diverse array of epicurean delights.
To help you further personalize your Orlando vacation package, you'll have access to a toll-free Service On Call helpline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Customer service representatives are on call for anything you need to make your vacation to Orlando, Florida worry free.
Raised in America's heartland in Indianapolis, Indiana, Brian spent four years in the U.S. Air Force, which included an assignment in Germany at a Royal Air Force Base. After earning a college degree in Electronics & Technology, he moved to Orlando in 1984, where he has resided ever since. Among his passions are downhill and water skiing…and travel. Brian joined the Globus family of brands in 2011 and today enjoys showing off the many wonders of his beloved adopted state to others.
One of the few cities in the South to retain its antebellum charm, it's easy to fall under Savannah's spell. Historic public squares, towering oaks draped gracefully with Spanish moss, horse-drawn carriages, storied mansions, the aroma of freshly made pralines—just part of the rich tapestry that makes up Georgia's beautiful riverside birthplace. Popular activities include a riverboat cruise, River Street trolley ride, stroll along the meandering River Walk, architectural and ghost tours, a deep-sea fishing excursion, a climb to the top of Georgia's oldest and tallest lighthouse, relaxing on the miles of sandy beaches, and a family-style meal at the famous Mrs. Wilkes' Boarding House.
St. Pete Beach is on a barrier island on Florida's Gulf Coast. Known for its pristine, white-sand beaches, sparkling gulf waters, and picture-perfect weather, it offers many activities for vacationers. Shop on historic Corey Avenue; watch the sunset on a dinner cruise; take a romantic stroll along the beach; dip into the warm waters; visit nearby Fort De Soto Park with its fishing piers, nature trails, and beautiful beaches; or just sit back, grab a book, and relax on the warm beach. Nearby is St. Petersburg, with its famous pier, the Salvador Dali Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, art galleries, shops, and restaurants.
To help you further personalize your St Pete Beach vacation package, you'll have access to a toll-free Service On Call helpline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Customer service representatives are on call for anything you need to make your vacation to St Pete Beach, Florida worry free.
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