I-95 City Guides

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Bailey, North Carolina
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Bailey, in the heart of southern Nash County, located aprrox. 10 miles west of I-95 along US 264, this small country town home to approx. 560 people is growing slowly. Bailey is also home to football great Julius Peppers. Bailey has a elementary school & a high school. Bailey is located 13 miles west of … Continue reading Bailey, North Carolina
Bangor, Maine
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Beginning as a boom-town at the beginning of the 19th century, Bangor was once recognized at the “largest lumber port in the world.” Today, Bangor continues its tradition as a gateway community at the center of a metropolitan area where more than 100,000 people enjoy a wealth of shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities amidst a … Continue reading Bangor, Maine
Brandywine Valley, Delaware
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The Brandywine Valley of Delaware and Pennsylvania is an extraordinary vacation destination offering so much more than you would expect… World-class attractions along scenic country roads, recreation for young and old, shopping of every kind, dining from elegant to casual and accommodations catering to every type of traveler. Greater Wilmington’s Brandywine Valley is easily accessible … Continue reading Brandywine Valley, Delaware
Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Located at the mouth of the Pequonnock River, Bridgeport, Connecticut was the home of P.T. Barnum and the birthplace of “General” Tom Thumb, a 28-inch tall man who was the main attraction of Barnum’s “Greatest Show On Earth”. The Bridgeport Holiday Inn (I-95, exit 27A, then north on CT 25 to exit 2) and the … Continue reading Bridgeport, Connecticut
Brunswick, Georgia
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Brunswick is a great weekend getaway. You can visit the historic downtown area or take the car and explore the islands at your own pace. Sample some of the region’s seafood or take a leisurely cruise on the water. Golfing, fishing, you name it. There’s plenty of shopping too… factory outlets, malls and one-of-a-kind shops. … Continue reading Brunswick, Georgia
Burlington, Vermont
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Burlington is one very nice city… a hidden gem in northern Vermont. Located along the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, the area is home to several colleges, including the University of Vermont. It’s proximity to major ski resorts, lakes and mountains make it a year round destination. All major lodging chains have properties in the … Continue reading Burlington, Vermont
Chesapeake City, Maryland
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Located on the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal which connects the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays, this historic town offers great shopping, fine dining and elegant B&B’s in a quaint, victorian setting. The town is “split in half” by the canal, which is not only used by commercial shipping vessels heading to and from the port of … Continue reading Chesapeake City, Maryland
Cocoa Beach, Florida
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Cocoa Beach is a city of 12,000 located in the heart of Florida’s Space Coast. The city has played an important role in the history of the country’s space program. Cocoa Beach also has a diversity of activities for the visitor including fishing, surfing, dining and exploring. Most of the areas lodging is located along … Continue reading Cocoa Beach, Florida
Concord, New Hampshire
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Concord is the capital of New Hampshire and the political and financial center of the state. It is located approximately 1 hour north of Boston via I-93. This city of 36,000 is situated on the Merrimack River and centrally located with easy access to most of the state’s attractions. Concord is a great place to … Continue reading Concord, New Hampshire
Daytona Beach, Florida
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Welcome to Daytona Beach Florida! Home of the Daytona 500 Stock car Races, Bike Week, Biketoberfest, and some of the Softest Beaches in the World. Directions to the most popular hotels for travelers, I recommend exiting I 95 at US 92 west there are 2 nice hotels at the exit, however, for Visitors that want … Continue reading Daytona Beach, Florida
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