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A visit to the beach is never a bad idea, and if getting there can cost you just a couple of hundred bucks — or less — even better.

If you’re trying to escape the cold and non-tropical settings, a vacation to Puerto Rico might be the perfect option for you and your budget, as some U.S. airlines offer round flights to the island for less than $250.

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Atlanta is experiencing a major surge in population as Americans from across the country flock to the city to relocate.

One influencer thinks that this "great migration" has led to misconceptions surrounding Georgia's capital city, and wants to set the record straight from a local's perspective.

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Lonely Planet's "Best in Travel" list for 2022 featured one American city, listing Atlanta, GA as one of the top 10 places to visit in the whole world.

Atlanta ranked at No. 4 and was cited by travel experts as "a thriving, shining cultural jewel in the heart of the American South with passion and activism in its soul. The birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr was a major battleground state during the United States’ 2020 presidential election."

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Cori "Coco" Gauff is an 18-year-old tennis prodigy born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Her parents, Candi and Corey Gauff are both former college athletes.

The star first gained international recognition after she beat renowned athlete Venus Williams at the 2019 Wimbledon tournament when she was only 15 years old.

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Local food influencers have recently called out the Atlanta food scene, and raised the bar for popular restaurants.

In a Reel posted to Instagram this week, food influencer Kristen Dior Truitt, aka @atlantafoodguy, shared a photo of a chicken biscuit from a local restaurant with the caption, "Absolutely horrible what’s happening to the food scene in Atlanta! A lot of the restaurants don’t give a damn about presentation or quality all they care about is drinks, hookahs and the same ole damn vibe everybody on 🤬"

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