Not really ready to fully say goodbye to fall and face the inevitable winter weather that you know will be coming? Extend your warm weather a bit longer while visiting the beautiful low country including Charleston, Savannah, Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island and more! This adventure has activities for you every single day including the first evening in Louisville and it continues on all the way until you are ready to return back home! Take in lunch at Lake Lure where Dirty Dancing was filmed, marvel at the beauty at Magnolia Plantation, visit historic Charleston in a horse-drawn carriage, be amazed at the playfulness of the dolphins on a boat tour, see the many sites, enjoy the shops and quaintness of Beaufort, explore in Savannah, stay at the famed Jekyll Island Club Resort, tour St. Simons with its lighthouse and more, and even enjoy a few refreshing drinks on some pretty amazing, beautiful Southern Porches. PS: Temperatures are generally in the mid to low 70s at this time of year.
Roundtrip Motorcoach Transportation
Friendly On-board Trailways Host
- Evan Williams Speakeasy Buffet
- Cracker Barrel
- Boxed Lunch at Magnolia Plantation
- Antebellum Porch Dinner Reception
- Lowcountry Shrimp Boil
- Rhett House Inn Welcome Reception
- Lunch at Pinpoint
- Pearls Saltwater Grill
- Buffet Dinner at Jekyll Island Club
- Lunch in Lepanto
- Wilson Cafe
Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
- Nature Train
- Plantation House
- Gardens of Magnolia Plantation
Fort Sumter Cruise
Free Time in Historic Downtown Charleston
Horse Drawn Carriage Ride in Charleston
Kazoobie Kazoo Factory & Museum
Rotten Little Bastard Distillery
Hunting Island - Dolphin Tour
Rhett House Inn
Trolley Tour of Beaufort
Savannah Visitor Center
Savannah Trolley Tour
Historic Savannah Home Tour
Wormsloe Historic Plantation
Jekyll Island Club Resort
St. Simons Island
- Fort Frederica
- Christ Church
- St. Simons Lighthouse
- Museum of Coastal History
Free Time in St. Simons
Georgia State Sea Turtle Center
Historic Cottages of Jekyll Island Trolley Tour
"The Painted House" Film Set Farmhouse
Southern Tenant Farmers Museum
Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Visitor Center
Activity Level 2:
Travelers may be required to walk on uneven surfaces (dirt paths, cobblestone streets or hilly terrain) and up to a distance of 1/2 mile at a time.
Deposit & Final Payment: A
$250 deposit per person is required within one week of reservation. Must be paid in full by September 20, 2021. No refunds will be issued after August 20, 2021.
Cash, checks, credit/debit cards and money orders are accepted. Make checks payable to Burlington Trailways and mail to 3211 Division Street, Burlington, IA 52601. There is a $30 fee for insufficient funds or returned checks. Credit/debit card payments (Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card and American Express) are subject to a 4% processing fee.
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DAY 1: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021
Join us this morning from the available departure location of your choice, meet your friendly on-board host and then settle in for a wonderful trip down South!
Arrive in Louisville, Kentucky this evening for the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience. Enjoy a guided tour and bourbon samples of this local spirits producer. In 1783, Evan Williams opened Kentucky’s first distillery on the banks of the Ohio River. Many years and barrels later, they still produce Bourbon the same way, using the same time-honored methods.
Follow up the tour with dinner at the Speakeasy at Evan Williams, which includes a Salad and Dinner Roll, Fried Chicken or Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Cheesecake or Derby Pie and a drink.
Return to the hotel for the remainder of the evening free, on your own.
DAY 2: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2021
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before checking out this morning and continuing on to South Carolina. Arrive at the Lake Lure Inn for an included lunch. Built in 1927, this charming hotel is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and just steps from beautiful Lake Lure. You may recognize it from the 1987 classic film, “Dirty Dancing.” Enjoy a tour of this historic inn.
After, depart for Simpsonville where we’ll overnight at the Fairfield Inn & Suites. After checking in, enjoy an included dinner this evening at Cracker Barrel – everyone’s favorite place to not only eat great ‘home-cooked’ food, but to shop as well in their famed country store!
DAY 3: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2021
After breakfast, depart for Charleston and the Magnolia Plantation. This is the oldest major public garden in America and America’s oldest man-made attraction. Magnolia Plantation has been selected as one of “America’s Most Beautiful Gardens” by Travel + Leisure Magazine, and is the only garden honored with this distinction in the state of South Carolina.
Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, the plantation has survived the centuries and witnessed the history of our nation unfold before it from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It is the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens.
Enjoy some free time to wander along the many paths through America’s oldest garden spanning three centuries. See the Long White Bridge, the Barbados Tropical Garden, the Horticultural Maze, and the Biblical Garden. There are many beautiful photo opportunities here; make sure you have your camera charged and ready!
While visiting the gardens, take a ride on the Nature Train. Sit back on this 45-minute tram tour of the Plantation’s diverse landscapes – lakes, woodlands, marshes and rivers while the guide describes plantation history and tells you a bit about the wildlife. Well, on second thought, don’t sit back and get too comfortable as you are bound to see an alligator or two along with turtles, herons, egrets and many other native animals as they are generally found in abundance.
You’ll also have the opportunity to tour the Magnolia Plantation House. Dating from 1760, this is the third structure to grace the Plantation grounds. After the second house was burned by General Sherman’s troops during the Civil War, this home was dismantled and brought by barge on the Ashley River from nearby Summerville, South Carolina after the war and erected on the burned-out ground floor walls of the second house. The present living and dining areas as well as the distinctive Victorian water tower were added in the late 1800s.
Depart the grounds this afternoon and enjoy an included boxed lunch as you sit back and relax, while on the cruise out to visit Fort Sumter. You’ll have approximately an hour to explore the grounds of this historic monument, which is where the Civil War began. Decades of growing political tension around the issue of slavery between North and South had erupted in civil war on April 12, 1861 when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal Fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later and Union Forces would try to take it back for nearly four years.
Mid-afternoon, arrive at the Edmondston-Alston House for a visit to this historic, Federal-style home showcasing the architecture, furnishings and family artifacts. Constructed in 1825, the house was ideally situated to provide a vantage point from which General P.G.T. Beauregard could observe the fierce bombardment of Ft. Sumter on April 12, 1861, signaling the start of the Civil War. On December 11 of the same year, the house gave refuge to General Robert E. Lee the night a wide-spreading fire threatened his safety in a Charleston hotel. It has magnificent views of Charleston Harbor. Enjoy a glass of wine on the porch of this historic house.
Our overnight accommodations will be at the Meeting Street Inn in downtown Charleston. The Meeting Street Inn offers distinctive lodging in the heart of Charleston’s historic district. Located opposite the bustling City Market, the Inn is surrounded by Charleston’s finest restaurants, boutiques and antique shops. Everything that is unique to the “Holy City” is no more than a pleasant stroll from the front door! In the style of the Charleston single house, this luxury inn’s fifty-six guest rooms open to sunny piazzas overlooking the garden courtyard. Each room features antique reproduction furnishings and four poster “rice” beds. The result is a delightful blend of 19th century charm and 21st century comfort, rivaling that of the finest luxury hotels.
Enjoy the rest of the evening, and dinner, on your own in Historic Downtown Charleston, which offers many fine dining establishments noted for their fresh seafood.
DAY 4: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2021
After breakfast at the hotel, start the morning with a relaxing carriage ride through historic Charleston, South Carolina! Rich in over 300 years of history, Charleston is one of the most beautifully preserved historic and architectural treasures in the nation. Take in the significant and lovely structures, beautiful gardens and the centuries-old homes that grace the narrow streets as you hear the church bells toll the hour as history unfolds about you around each corner.
The rest of the morning is yours to explore on your own and to be able to browse through the City Market. Established in the 1790s, the market stretches for four city blocks from the architecturally significant Market Hall, which faces Meeting Street, through a continuous series of one-story market sheds.
Don’t miss out on the true Charleston treasure – Sweetgrass Baskets! With more than 50 resident Gullah artisans, the Charleston City Market is the very epicenter of sweetgrass basketry. It is one of the nation’s oldest and most beautiful handicrafts of African origin. For more than 300 years, people in Charleston have been weaving baskets using locally-harvested bulrush, a strong yet supple marsh grass that thrives in the sandy soil of Lowcountry. Originally used as winnowing fans to separate the rice seed from its chaff, sweetgrass baskets are regarded among the nation’s most prized cultural souvenirs. Be sure to take some time to have lunch, on your own, before we depart for Beaufort.
Arrive at Lady’s Island for an Oyster Experience this afternoon. Learn how important oysters are to the eco-system, see how the interesting farming techniques were implemented and even enjoy a tasting with the briny start and sweet finish of a Lady’s Island oyster.
After, visit the Kazoobie Factory & Museum. Did you happen to have a kazoo as a kid? Ever wonder how they were made or invented? Your answers await you here! This American invented and made musical instrument adds a “buzzing” timbral quality to the player’s voice as they hum into it providing easy entertainment. Invented in 1852, it was often played in popular music in the late 1800’s through the early 1900’s. The Museum contains historical kazoos from the collections of Boaz Frankel, Barbara Stewart, and Rick Hubbard.
You’re in for a real treat when we make our way to Rotten Little Bastard Distillery. Growing up outside of Las Vegas, Brian Fackrell was often up to no good. This prompted his mother to jokingly refer to him as that Rotten Little Bastard. Many years later, when Brian, his wife, Brigid, and kids moved to the verdant Lowcountry of South Carolina from the Nevada desert, they not only found a new home, but a new lifestyle. This big city worldliness meets relaxed southern charm is reflected in the quality of each handcrafted bottle of spirits.
Depart for the Best Western Sea Island Inn for your overnight stay. The hotel is located at the far end of Beaufort’s Main Street, Bay Street. It’s only 2 blocks away from the Marina.
This evening, you’ll enjoy a welcome drink and reception while relaxing on the grand front porch of an Antebellum home overlooking the river while the sun sets. Step inside this historic home for a delicious “Chef’s Choice” dinner. The remainder of the evening is yours, on your own.
DAY 5: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2021
Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the hotel this morning before departing for a day of exploration and adventure. Arrive at Hunting Island for a Dolphin Tour. Meet your Eco-Guide and Captain to explore the salt marsh estuary created by the network of capillary creeks that lead from Hunting Island State Park near Beaufort, South Carolina. Here you will find pods of dolphins that can be easily seen feeding, frolicking or simply lounging in the nutrient rich waters adjoining Hunting Island State Park. Often, they will breach close enough to the boat that you can hear them breathe.
While looking for dolphins, our guide will also point out the other wildlife that lives in this diverse ecosystem. The Story River is home to nearly 300 different species of birds, including egrets, herons, terns, bald eagles, roseate spoonbills and pelicans. As we enter this saltwater tidal zone, we’re sure to see many of these birds as they feed in the estuary.
Lunch is a Lowcountry Shrimp Boil, also known as Frogmore Stew, served at the Sea Island Center where we will “Hear the Rest of the Story” from a local storyteller and historical interpreter.
After, visit the Penn Center. Tucked in the heart of the South Carolina Sea Islands surrounded by glimmering marshes and nestled beneath the silvery moss-draped limbs of massive live oaks, is Penn Center. It is the site of the former Penn School, one of the country’s first schools for formerly enslaved individuals. Take the “Journey from Slavery to Freedom” catching the spirit of island life and its unique history and heritage. Visit the Praise House, Pat Conroy grave, Slave Cemetery and view the Plantation House from the impressive Avenue of Oaks.
Visit the Shrimp Docks, where your shrimp was harvested for our Lowcountry Boil today! Owned by a local shrimper, see how they catch from the sea with their nets, boats and docks. Get a close-up experience of Lowcountry life and the history of shrimping on the island. Visit the docks and learn the history, heritage and traditions of commercial shrimping in the Lowcountry. See the boats and docks where Forrest Gump was depicted.
On the journey back to the hotel, time permitting, we will stop at a local farm market for a chance to purchase and take back some homemade culinary delights such as “WE ISLAND” Gumbo or maybe pick a watermelon to enjoy at the hotel this evening.
This evening brings us to the Rhett House Inn. Enjoy a welcome reception on a Victorian Porch at the Inn overlooking the Beaufort River and an amazing sunset! Be greeted with a glass of wine, light hors d’oeuvres and great company for an enjoyable southern social. Take a relaxing one-block stroll back to the hotel and enjoy the rest of the evening on your own to have dinner, on your own, along Beaufort’s front porch and Main Street.
DAY 6: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2021
Have breakfast at the hotel this morning before spending time in Beaufort. This morning, we split into two groups. While one group enjoys a trolley tour of Beaufort, the other group will have free time to explore downtown Beaufort and to shop the unique and independent boutiques and artisan shops located here. Downtown is very comfortable and walkable with no chain retails shops or restaurants. After, have time to enjoy lunch, on your own, at one of the local restaurants downtown.
Next, visit the Savannah Visitor Center. Welcome to Savannah – a charming southern escape where art, period architecture, trendy boutiques and ghost stories are all set under a veil of Spanish moss. Savannah is a place where cuisine comes straight from the coast and cocktails are served at every meal. Come and discover the enchanting soul of Savannah.
Consistently named one of the “world’s friendliest cities” by Conde Nast Traveler readers, this coastal town has a world-class reputation for hospitality and grace. Discover all this city has to offer as you board the trolley for a tour.
On this hour and a half trolley tour, you will see all 2.2 square miles of Savannah’s rich history, splendid mansions in both the Historic and Victorian Districts, and beautiful squares. The extraordinary architecture, lush botanicals, and captivating stories of this historic, coastal city make for an unforgettable experience.
Overnight at the River Street Inn in Savannah. River Street Inn captures the city’s history, charm and character like few other hotels. Located in a beautifully restored, 200-year-old cotton warehouse in the downtown Historic District overlooking the beautiful Savannah River and Historic River Street, this hotel seamlessly blends warmth and intimacy with the modern comfort and the 4-star services and amenities of a contemporary boutique hotel.
Check in and get settled then head out to explore and have dinner, on your own. You will find many shops, galleries, candy kitchens, and restaurants available as soon as you step outside. The River Street Inn has four locally owned and operated restaurants on property. Huey’s New Orleans Café and Bernie’s Oyster House are on the first floor of the hotel, and Tubby’s Seafood is located on the second floor with balcony seating, river views and live music. River Street Inn guests enjoy a 10% discount at each of these restaurants. Wanting to eat at Lady & Sons? It is only a few blocks away and very walkable.
DAY 7: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2021
After breakfast, meet our local guide in the hotel lobby and depart on a trolley. Tour the Bonaventure Cemetery, a rural cemetery located on a scenic bluff of the Wilmington River, east of Savannah. The cemetery became famous when it was featured in the 1994 novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt, and in the subsequent movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, based on the book.
Next, enjoy a historic Savannah home tour before having a BBQ Lunch in Pin Point. Pin Point is a 100-year-old Gullah Geechee community isolated on the banks of the Moon River (yes, THAT Moon River!). It is also the birthplace of U.S. Supreme Court justice, Clarence Thomas who was raised in Pin Point until the family home burnt and they moved to live with his grandfather in Savannah.
Nestled in the coastal marsh, the Pin Point area is the regional center of the Gullah people. For nearly 60 years, the primary source of income and employment in the Pin Point community came from gathering and processing seafood. Crab, oysters, and shrimp were harvested, prepared and shipped to local markets by boat and by street car.
Geechee is a language that was spoken amongst the slaves so that they could communicate without the owner knowing what was being discussed.
After lunch, depart for the Wormsloe Historic Plantation. A breathtaking avenue sheltered by live oaks and Spanish moss leads to the tabby ruins of Wormsloe, the colonial estate of Noble Jones (1702-1775). Jones was a humble carpenter who arrived in Georgia in 1733 with James Oglethorpe and the first group of settlers from England.
Meet the group back at the visitor center and depart together for Jekyll Island Club Resort. Since 1888, iconic families like the Vanderbilts, Morgans, Pulitzers, and Rockefellers were members of the Jekyll Island Club. They came for the winters by private rail cars and luxurious yachts. The days were filled with red-bug races on the beach, golf along the ocean, tennis on grass courts, and dinner lasted for hours in the Grand Dining Room.
Many of these men took their families and fled the frozen North in winter to Jekyll Island – more to get away from their frantic, high-stress lives than to escape the cold.
Jekyll Island has plenty to explore. Nature lovers and photo buffs find rare birds, sea turtle sanctuaries, and the remote beauty of Driftwood Beach. Historians devour the stories and architecture. Exercise fans swim, jog, hike, and bike on miles of uncrowded beach. Foodies find new favorites among the local seafood, imported wines, and craft spirits. Check in and freshen up before dinner tonight at the Club.
Enjoy the Buffet Dinner at Jekyll Island Club and have the rest of the evening to explore at your leisure, after dinner.
DAY 8: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2021
Breakfast will be at the hotel this morning before departing for St. Simons Island. Meet up with a local tour guide for a tour of the island today. The village is made up of restaurants and many small shops offering everything from clothing, shells, antiques, books, local arts and crafts. The pier area has been the focal point of social and recreational activity since the 19th century when ferry boats operated regularly between St. Simons Island and the mainland.
Visit Fort Frederica, the site of the Battle of Bloody Marsh where the Spanish sought to capture St. Simons in 1742. Today, you can visit the site of Fort Frederica, a National Monument, and see the ruins of the fortifications, barracks and homes. A museum, film, dioramas, tours and demonstrations bring the settlement vividly back to life.
Tour Christ Church. The Christ Church congregation traces its origins to 1776, and to the very earliest days of St. Simons Island. The original church services for the settlers and soldiers of Frederica were conducted by John and Charles Wesley, who came with Oglethorpe to establish the Church of England in the colony of Georgia. These two brothers are considered the fathers of Methodism in America. The first church structure was built in 1820 but was partially destroyed by occupying Union troops during the War between the States. In 1884, Reverend Anson Phelps Dodge, whose life has been immortalized by author Eugenia Price in her novel “Beloved Invader,” built the present structure in memory of his wife, Ellen, who died during their around-the-world honeymoon. The church is constructed of wood in the cruciform design with a trussed Gothic roof and steeple. The graveyard is a fascinating spot to trace island history through the members of the founding families who rest there. Today, this beautiful church with its magnificent stained-glass windows and heavily wooded grounds is one of St. Simons’ most treasured landmarks.
Visit St. Simons’ Lighthouse and the Museum of Coastal History. First constructed in 1807 by James Gould on Couper’s Point, this towering, 104-foot lighthouse was reconstructed in 1872 on the same site to replace the original which was destroyed by retreating Confederate forces in 1862. A beautifully restored 1872 lighthouse keeper’s home compliments the lighthouse.
Enjoy time for lunch, on your own, along with a bit of free time in St. Simons before we depart.
This afternoon, enjoy a visit to the Georgia State Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island. Georgia’s first sea turtle rehabilitation, research, and education facility provides state-of-the-art emergency care to sick and injured sea turtles. Explore the lives of sea turtles and other native animals through daily education programs and gallery exhibits. Glimpse into the hospital where sea turtles are treated, see the turtle patients in the rehabilitation pavilion, and learn how their research is helping sea turtles in Georgia and throughout the world!
Depart for the resort after the tour and return for a free evening to explore and have dinner, on your own.
DAY 9: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021
Depart for a Historic Cottages of Jekyll Island Trolley Tour after breakfast this morning. Jekyll Island was once an exclusive winter retreat for some of America’s wealthiest families. Their exclusive Jekyll Island club, a collection of “cottages” and a variety of support structures are now a National Historic Landmark.
Nestled among the ancient live oaks of Jekyll Island’s Historic District are some of the island’s true treasures. Not pirate chests gleaming with stolen gold, but beautiful buildings, former homes to some of the most famous (or infamous) men of America’s past – historic cottages that once belonged to industrial giants that clawed their way to the top of their fields and became some of the nation’s elite millionaires.
Depart for Birmingham, Alabama and enjoy rest and refresh breaks as we travel along today, as well as a stop for lunch, on your own.
Arrive at the Drury Inn & Suites Birmingham Lakeshore Drive this evening in time to take part in the Kickback Reception at the hotel, complete with drinks and food. Enjoy the remainder of the evening, on your own. You may choose to have dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.
DAY 10: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2021
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel this morning before departing for Arkansas. Have lunch in Lepanto, AR and meet the mayor for a grand welcome to their community! It is named after a port in Greece and was incorporated in 1909. Lepanto experienced hard times even before the Great Depression and it was during this time that the Lepanto Terrapin Derby was started as a fundraiser in October of 1937 and still continues today!
Have you seen the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie “A Painted House?” We will visit the original movie set farmhouse which is located here in Lepanto. Author of “A Painted House” novel, John Grisham, grew up just down the road from Lepanto at Black Oak. The story stemmed from his memories of growing up on a cotton farm.
Next, visit the Southern Tenant Farmers Museum in Tyronza. The Southern Tenant Farmers Museum enhances knowledge and understanding of tenant farming and agricultural labor movements in the Mississippi River Delta, in an effort to preserve the history and promote the legacy of sharecropping, tenant farming and the farm labor movement. The museum is located in the historic Mitchell-East Building in Tyronza, Arkansas, with the restoration of this building and development of the museum made possible through grants from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council and a “We the People” Challenge Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Next up while in Arkansas is the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Visitor Center! The Dyess Colony was created in 1934 as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal to aid in the nation’s economic recovery from the Great Depression. As a federal agricultural resettlement community, it provided a fresh start for nearly 500 impoverished Arkansas farm families, including the family of music legend Johnny Cash.
The colony has been resurrected through the restoration of several historic buildings open to visitors. The Dyess Colony Visitors Center, located in the Colony Circle at the former site of the theatre and pop shop, is the first stop. It includes a gift shop, orientation video, and exhibits. The Dyess Colony Administration Building next door houses exhibits related to the establishment of the colony, lifestyles of typical colonists, and the impact that growing up in Dyess had on Johnny Cash and his music.
From the Colony Circle, visitors are shuttled to the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home, less than two miles from the Colony Center. It is furnished as it appeared when the Cash family lived there, based on family memories.
Enjoy dinner this evening at Wilson Café. Known as the sweetheart of the square, it is located on one end of town center in Wilson. The veggie plate and an array of fresh salad selections also show up on the menu, all featuring ingredients sourced from Wilson Gardens, which is located no more than 100 yards from the café. The sleek interior is unexpected, boasting a rustic-industrial vibe, complete with shiny white subway tile work, industrial piping and rich, wooden tables and accents. Overnight at the Hampton Inn Blytheville.
DAY 11: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2021
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel this morning before we depart Arkansas for home. Enjoy rest and refresh breaks along the way, as needed, as well as a stop for lunch, on your own, before we arrive back home this afternoon.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
|Davenport, IA CASI|| 1035 W Kimberly Road |
Center for Active Seniors
|Ft. Madison, IA|| Ft. Madison Prison Industries Parking Lot |
1st Street & Avenue E
|Mediapolis, IA|| Mediapolis, IA - Mepo. Foods |
111 N. Wapello Rd.
|Muscatine, IA|| Muscatine - Wal*Mart 3003 US-61 |
|Wapello, IA|| Wapello, Jack N Jill on Hwy 61 |
503 US 61, Wapello, IA
|West Burlington|| West Burlington, IA Westland Mall |
South Lot by AmericInn
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