Georgia
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STATE WEATHER
from the Weather Channel.

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Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism
in four languages.
 
Atlanta
"information on the host city of the 2000 NFL Superbowl."
Calendar of events available from the home page.
 
Augusta
"Augusta also became a winter resort in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Large hotels, such as the Partridge Inn and the Bon Air, attracted wealthy northern visitors like John D. Rockefeller for extended stays on the "Hill," also know n as Summerville. Golf Architect Bobby Jones played his best golf at several courses on the "Hill." He liked the climate and scenery so much, he built his dream course on the Berckmans Nursury tract, today known as the famous Augusta National Golf Club. In 1934, his Masters Tournament began."
Calendar of events.
 
Brunswick and Golden Isles - St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island
"Come Coast Awhile, Unhurried. Unspoiled. Unmatched for countless diversions and pleasures. Where vast marshlands, winding rivers, and ribbon-smooth beaches frame a legendary corner of Georgia's coast in stunning beauty. History is alive here."
Calendar of events. Site uses seven languages.
 
Cartersville/Bartow County
"This is not Atlanta!"
Calendar of events.
 
Cobb County
"The fun Side of Atlanta."
Calendar of events.
 
Columbus
"Home to the Coca-Cola Space Science Center, the Confederate Naval Museum and the 12,000 acre Callaway Gardens" (think butterflies).
Calendar of events.
 
DeKalb - Decatur
"Home to Stone Mountain and Callanwolde."
Calendar of events.
 
Gwinnett County
"Cool spring breezes, warm summer days, crisp fall mornings and mild winter months make visiting and staying in Gwinnett a year-round activity."
"No calendar of events.
 
Helen and White County
"come visit the Bavarian Village in the north Georgia mountains. Recreation including hiking, biking, shopping, gold panning, and numerous dining choices". One of the nicer sites we have visted to date. P.S. we have also spent some time there.
For those of you on the West coast, visit Leavenworth, Washington.
Calendar of events.
 
Helen
"Hike the Appalachian Trail, tour waterfalls, go mountain biking, fish in trout streams, play golf, shop in international shops, or party at the Southeast's longest Oktoberfest. Tour the attractions in the village - Museum of the Hills and Children's Fantasyland, a must for families; Charlemagnes Kingdom, a miniature Germany with model trains; the Gold Mines of Helen, where gold was mined in the 1800's; or Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, home of the original Cabbage Patch Kids."
For those of you on the West coast, visit Leavenworth, Washington.
Check out "what to do" from their home page to find a calendar of events.
 
Macon-Bibb County
"In the early 1800's, the city fathers designed Macon after the ancient Gardens of Babylon. Today, wide avenues, lined with white-columned mansions and more than 200,000 flowering cherry trees, lead the visitor through what has been called a -City in a Park-. A city of lovingly preserved heritage and landmarks."
Calendar of events, best through their home page.
 
Perry
"South of Macon and near the Camelia Gardens."
Calendar of events.
 
Roswell
"The number of historic sites, the award-winning Roswell parks system and the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area make Roswell an excellent choice for leisure activities."
Calendar of events.
 
Savannah
"'The Most Beautiful City in North America.' - a town for touring."
Calendar of events(or close to it).
 
Thomasville
"Rave reviews for more than a century! 'The best winter resort in three continents.' -- Harper's Magazine, 1887 'World travelers proclaim there's no other place on earth quite like Thomasville.' -- Tampa Tribune, 1991."
Calendar of events under construction as of June 30, 1997.
 
Valdosta-Lowndes County
"Near Where You Want To Be!"
Calendar of events.

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