Mike Gerrard goes walking (and driving) in Memphis, visiting Graceland, Beale Street and hearing the Reverend Al Green’s Tabernacle Choir.
The Travel Pages picks ten of the top things to do in Taos, New Mexico.
Mike Gerrard travels to Alabama and Tennessee to see where his music hero Hank Williams grew up and is buried.
Mike Gerrard visits Mobile in Alabama, home of the USA’s First Mardi Gras, and meets Chief Slacabamorinico.
The Hotel Dauphine Orleans has an ideal location in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter.
Epic Drives of the World from Lonely Planet describes 50 of the world’s most exciting road trips, including the Pacific Coast Highway.
California has some of the biggest, best and most famous national parks in the United States, including Yosemite, Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Park.
Mike Gerrard visits the world’s largest wine cellar, at Bern’s Steakhouse in Tampa, Florida
Mike Gerrard tells the story of the re-opening of Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama, where The Rolling Stones recorded Brown Sugar.
Donna Dailey visits Monroeville in Alabama, home of novelist Harper Lee and the setting for her novel To Kill a Mockingbird
Mike Gerrard checks out the distillery scene in Boulder, Colorado, and meets a Scotsman making American whiskey
Mike Gerrard visits Mobile Bay where wildlife ranges from sharks to black bears… and cunning alligators.
Donna Dailey visits Philadelphia in Pennsylvania where she has a historic family connection
Mike Gerrard investigates the cocktail scene in Phoenix, Arizona, and visits two of the best cocktail bars in the city
Mike Gerrard visits Birmingham in Alabama and chooses ten of the best things to do
Mike Gerrard takes a Big Easy Bike Ride, a cycle tour from the French Quarter to discover there’s much more to New Orleans than Bourbon Street.
Mike Gerrard visits the Mob Museum in Las Vegas and learns all about the connections between the Mafia, the hotels and the entertainers.