During a road trip from Jacksonville, FL to Charlotte, NC, we encountered the state of Georgia. With the history of southern charm and beautiful islands, Georgia has so much to offer the whole family. Although we did not venture to the western part of the state, there are three specific areas in the east that we explored. We had always heard about how nice Savannah was, but we had no idea that there were spectacular islands off the coast of Georgia. Here is a taste of what you will find when traveling along the east coast of Georgia.

Lily Lake golf hotels has modular homes listed right now starting at about $120,000 and going up to $249,000. They also have building lots available. They have a 9 hole par 32 golf course with quite a water hazard. It goes around the lake. You can enjoy the lake for fishing (from the bank or from a boat), a tennis court, shuffleboard courts a bocci court; a pool and spa area; 2 pet runs; and an RV and boat storage area.

By far the number one travel destination for seniors is the “Live Music Show Capital of the World” nestled in the Ozark Mountains. The music theatres and other attraction venues were built as an alternative to “Sin City” or better known as Las Vegas. Branson offers wholesome, affordable entertainment for the whole family in a quaint and friendly town without the trappings of Vegas. My aunt has been to Branson and absolutely loved it. In 2010 Branson is celebrating 50 years of family entertainment. There’s plenty of activities for all ages if you bring along the grandchildren. You can take them to the Silver Dollar City theme park. They have numerous music theaters to see your favorite acts along with 10 resorts golf. Come see your favorite entertainer from days past live onstage.

Be a good example – It is very likely that your child will follow your attitude towards golf. S/he will enjoy golf if he sees you enjoying it too. But if s/he sees you getting angry when playing golf, your kids might get scared and hate the sport.

The Renditions in Davidsonville is a very well-known Golf course because of the eighteen holes there which are the exact copy of a golf course where quite a few important championships have been held. It started in the end of the year 2001 as a public golf hotels course. Davidsonville may only have one golf course but visiting this place is worth it. Comfort Inn, Hampton Inn, Springhill Suites are few hotels which you can check in to when in Davidsonville.

During a two-hour tour through the beautifully decorated and lighted Historic District, trolleys will get a visit from a secret tour guide this year. But Examiner.com can’t help spilling the beans. You’ll get a visit from Santa, Mrs. Claus or one of Santa’s elves.

Don’t let packing at all overwhelm you, remember the Cruise Lines live to please you and most likely if you have left that cherished personal something behind one of the staff will go to great lengths to solve your problem. Make lists! Just making the lists before you pack a sock will make you feel superbly in charge. Happy sailing!!!