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  • Sheila answered:
    I have lived insouth Florida for 26 years. You should definately come down here to the land of eternal sunshine! Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Naples, Miami, we are waiting for you.....
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I have spent a lot of time in Oxford and have stayed in both of these hotels. You can't go wrong with either. Location is the main difference. The Downtown Oxford Inn is just a block off the Square, which is the main hub of restaurants, shops, and bars. You can also walk into the campus from here, but it is a longer walk. The Inn at Ole Miss is on the campus, and is right off the Grove, the central tail-gating spot on football weekends. When it's not a football weekend, the Grove is a park-like spot that's perfect for walking in or a picnic. You can walk to the Square from here, but it is a longer walk. The main thing, no matter which you decide on, is to book early. Both of these hotels are surely already filled for football weekends and other special events. But it's worth giving them a call to get on a wait list. Or, if you're going on an "off" weekend, then you're sure to get a room and enjoy a fabulous weekend in charming Oxford. Go Rebels!
  • Jeb answered:
    Ruth, you don't say how far north you're wanting to drive, but you can make it all the way to Canada and points north by making sure the Atlantic stays on your right, of course! The main route out of Myrtle Beach is U.S. Highway 17 (the "Coastal Highway"), which officially ends in Winchester, Virginia, merging with U.S. Highway 50. This road will take you up into North Carolina and past popular beach towns like Wrightsville Beach and Topsail Beach. You should also schedule a detour through Camp Lejeune, home of the U.S. Marine Corps as well as a surprisingly scenic strethc of roadway that connects with US-17 at the other end. From there continue on US-17 to pretty Beaufort. Here things get interesting, as you can opt to take the ferry over to Ocracoke and Cape Hatteras from Cedar Island. Follow the chain of barrier islands, the Outer Banks, up through Nags Head and Kitty Hawk. I could go on and on, as you veer away from US-17 and continue north into Virginia up the Eastern Shore. There's actually a really helpful website that pinpoints all the highlights of this itinerary from Jamie Jensen's "Road Trip USA" guidebook. Check it out here: http://www.roadtripusa.com/routes/atlanticcoast/atlanticcoast.html, then buy the guidebook for a really useful driving companion as you drive up the coast!
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    ppmickey answered:
    If I were coming from the UK and wanting to experience the 4th of July, I would probably head for New York City, New York or Washington, D.C. I'm sure there are many other wonderful places, but New York City really knows how to hold celebrations. They have great fireworks displays and great New Year's Eve celebrations. T.here is probably more history in Washington, D.C. or Boston On a personal side, I no longer attend fireworks live, I prefer to watch them on television. Columbus, Ohio holds fireworks on the 4th of July along with activities for families all day long. Their fireworks are called, "Red, White and Boom". It all depends on whether you want the big city experience or would rather go to a small town for their celebrations. Smaller fireworks and a smaller town experience can be just as rewarding. If you are going with friends, go along with them, wherever they are going and share the experience. If you hate large crowds and heavy traffic, watch it on television and keep changing the channels to see what all is happening in different cities. I hope you have success in making your decision, and welcome to the USA.

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