FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — About 30 miles north of Miami, along the Atlantic coast, Fort Lauderdale was once a hotspot among college spring breakers, but now cruise passengers, beach bums and affluent travelers converge in this chic oceanfront destination.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Revitalized neighborhoods with thriving business districts of trendy boutiques and art galleries, cozy coffee shops, upscale dining and a lively nightlife scene have evolved Nashville from its country music and college town roots to a hip travel destination for foodies, hipsters and music-lovers of all genres.
If you haven’t visited Music City recently, here are four reasons you should slip on your cowboy boots and head to Tennessee’s capital city.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Along the boardwalk between the Marketplace and West Side are renderings of Downtown Disney’s largest expansion since opening in 1975.
Lake Buena Vista, Fla. — Walt Disney World visitors can spin in tea cups, fly with Dumbo, journey “Under the Sea,” meet Belle and Ariel, and now ride a twisting-and-rocking mine train like Sleepy, Doc and Dopey in the Magic Kingdom’s newly re-imagined Fantasyland.