Five Quirky New Year’s Eve Drops in the South

Hordes flock to the East to see the ball drop on New York’s Times Square. And while tradition is all fine and well, many other cities and towns across the United States have attempted to lure the masses away from the big city’s bright ball drop for more out-there object drops on the last day of the year. It comes as no surprise that a great deal of those weird and wacky New Year’s Eve drops can be found in the South of the USA. If you are in the mood for some milder weather this New Year’s Eve, consider heading down south for these quirky New Year’s Eve drops.

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Pay as You Wish at Atlanta’s High Museum Today!

Art fanatics lucky enough to be visiting the Peach State today are in for a treat! The High Museum of Art in Atlanta is offering a special pay-as-you-wish promotion Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM.

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From Segways to Bicycles: Four Fun Tours That Move You Through Atlanta

Atlanta tends to keep travelers busy, at high speeds and low. In a city filled with warm southern hospitality, art galleries, museums, parks, and one-of-a-kind attractions, you might find yourself a little overwhelmed at first glance. Seeing it all becomes more of a sport.

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Just Peachy in Georgia! A Guide To Exploring The Peach State’s Prime Product

Get stuck behind any Georgian in traffic and you will have time to notice the state’s great product, the peach.Georgia peaches are a long celebrated staple of the southern state, so much so that it’s difficult to find images of the state without a peach, license plates included.

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Four Refreshing Sips of Atlanta

Atlanta is never thirsty, from the morning roasts to late night toasts. Along with southern staples and modern dining, Atlanta pours some thirst-quenching favorites.

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