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Drooping dogwoods, mighty oaks, and conical sweetgum trees huddle together like schoolgirls sharing gossip along every thoroughfare in Statesboro, Georgia. They oftentimes shade actual cliques of college students taking respite betwixt classes, as they share picnic lunches brimming with tangy coleslaw and pitchers of sweet iced tea. This idyllic snapshot may transport visitors to a simpler era, but rub your eyes and rest assured that this Eden of innocence is wholly current and completely within reach.
Cheerful red awnings beckon curious wanderers into air-conditioned bliss, where you’re just as likely to encounter a soulful jazz trio at open-mic night as you are a slice of the best peach pie in Georgia. Surprises await on every corner, so take your pick of Statesboro rental cars and cruise through the lowcountry to discover its magic. Serpentine highways reveal paths leading to… who knows? Select one at random and bid farewell to an itinerary. Once the finches initiate their dusk melodies, the stars will guide you back to your choice of white-columned Statesboro, GA hotels. Feathery-soft pillows await your head and you can expect to greet the dawn with a warm mug of chicory-blended cafe au lait. Morning dining options are many (often conveniently offered right in the hotels in Statesboro, GA), but the best breakfasts always include peppered grits and hot, flaky Southern biscuits with sweet preserves.
If the sweet Georgia road is sparking wanderlust, nearby Charleston hotels and local eateries will greet you with quintessential Southern hospitality (and likely a mint-muddled cocktail, served with a wink). Prepare to immerse yourself into the city’s culture within moments; in Charleston, tradition reigns supreme. Come nightfall, it’s customary to let your hair down with the locals over Negronis and steaming platters of spicy crawfish—and if you’re feeling particularly celebratory, an encore of whiskey (two fingers only, neat).
Partake in the Southern Renaissance for a day, week, or perhaps for life. Once you taste the flavor of Georgia, it’s hard to opt for anything else, but when you need lodging in one of the hotels near Statesboro, GA, local experts Travelocity can help guide you on your journey to alight into the heart of the South. Here, you’re family.