1. Falling Water
Fallingwater is the name of a very special house that is built over a waterfall. Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s most famous architect, designed the house for his clients, the Kaufmann family. Fallingwater was built between 1936 and 1939. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark. The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has preserved Fallingwater since 1963, with a major structural repair in 2002 strengthening Fallingwater’s cantilevers to prevent collapse and future deflection.
2. Hill Country Wine Trail
Welcome! You may be discovering what five million annual visitors already know: The Texas Hill Country Wineries are spectacular and fun! With more than 37 unique and visually stunning wineries scattered throughout the Hill Country, from Austin to Fredericksburg and Lampasas to New Braunfels, there’s someplace new to explore around every bend. Each place has its own personality, terroir and style of winemaking, yet all share a commitment to quality and a fervent passion for what they do. We invite newcomers and old friends alike to an award-winning wine experience only Texas can offer.
3. Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar
Oenophiles bibliophiles take note! Our store offers you the marriage of two of earth’s finest pleasures, books and wine, side by side. Or should we say page by glass? Peruse thousands of books in dozens of categories while sipping a fine wine, sparkling wine, or Champagne. Our used book selection is constantly changing. Our wine list changes often too as we strive to serve you the best of what we’ve tasted. Enjoy your drink alongside a cheeseboard, some trout dip, or a local dessert. We are a Used Bookstore and Champagne Bar in the heart of Asheville. Come join us for a unique experience and see what’s new.
4. Gatlinburg, TN
You’ll find fun all over the map in Gatlinburg, whether it’s adventure in the Smokies, art galleries and studios downtown, family attractions or simply the area’s amazing natural beauty. Take a stroll, shop, pack a picnic, or curl up by a fire. Launch an expedition, or start a new family tradition. You’ve never been closer.
Once considered the third largest shipping port on the Gulf Coast, Apalachicola is the county seat of Franklin County. Remnants of its colorful and diverse past remain very visible today through its many historic homes and buildings. There are more than 900 historic homes, buildings and sites in the city’s historic district.
6. Omni Grove Park Inn
The Omni Grove Park Inn is a one-hundred-year-old historic resort hotel on the western-facing slope of Sunset Mountain within the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina. It is a AAA Four-Diamond Hotel and has been since 2001. It has been visited by many United States’ presidents and other people of notoriety. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places the hotel is an example of the Arts and Crafts style. It also features a $44 million, 40,000-square-foot, modern subterranean spa.
7. Garden of the Gods
Explore Colorado Springs’ paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views, 300′ towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. This world class Visitor & Nature Center is the most visited attraction in the region with a NEW, exciting, 14 minute, HD show: “How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?”. Delight in one of Colorado’s most photographed views while eating in our glassed in cafe or from our terrace overlooking Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods.