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DH and I are looking for new places to enjoy in Feb/March. WE have a 34'Class A, with toad.We are leaving from the Northern Neck area of Va and planning on going first to SC (Chesterfield area), then Myrtle Beach where we have friends. From there, going south to Savannah and St Augustine areas. Have done all of these before. Question is, where next? Don't want to head so far south as the Keys, and have been to Tampa area and Pensacola. Please, not Orlando! Any other ideas? I'm a history buff and we love to wander. Not looking for a lot of physical activity, but greatly enjoy going places we have never been that have interesting quirks or just simple things to do. Plan on being on the road about a month. Don't have to stay in Florida! We are both almost 70 but still physically well. Nothing too taxing, but walking is fine.Ideas on CGs would also be welcome.
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Have you gone to Cape Canaveral area yet? Kennedy Space Center is pretty cool.

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How about the gulf coast all the way over to New Orleans?


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St. Augustine fits the bill -- just go there again & see things you haven't seen yet!


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We are going to St Augustine the second week of Jan. Suppose to go up to mid 70's everyday


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Be sure to see the Christmas lights -- National Geographic calls St. Augustine's one of the top 10 in the world.

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I 2nd the Louisiana idea. Maybe go as far west as Lafayette. Anything farther west will be hurricane damaged. The food and the Cajun culture are probably quite different than Virginia. We've been known to drive over just for lunch.
My Louisiana people were from Northern Neck (Cople) in the 1700's so we're headed your way this spring to do a little research. Belle Isle SP I think.


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Gulf Shores area in Alabama would be our pick. We've been all around AL but never camped there.


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Choose the State you would like to visit and do a Google search for `_______ tourism', put the State in the blank and read the suggestions of the experts.
How about Colonial Williamsburg?


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ditto to Williamsburg and also Jamestown, and if you like horses, the Assateague ponies.


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