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Travel destinations for geeks: NASA Kennedy Space Center, USA

Ruby Falls - Chattanooga, TN

Ruby Falls is a 44 meter ft.) high underground waterfall located about 341 meters ft.) below the top of Lookout Mountain, near Rock City and Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA.

Rainbow Springs is a Florida State Park that was once an amusement park.  The park offers intriguing ruins, cascading waterfalls, and numerous outdoors activities. #floridastateparks #waterfalls #Florida www.beyondtheo.com

Rainbow Springs is a Florida State Park that was once an amusement park. The park offers intriguing ruins, cascading waterfalls, and numerous outdoors activities.

11 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Waco's Magnolia Market at the Silos  - HouseBeautiful.com

11 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Waco's Magnolia Market at the Silos

A trip to Magnolia isn't really a trip to a home goods store—it's a trip to Disneyland for homeowners who love HGTV.

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I pass this place all the time on the way to Publix I really need to stop in Lorito's Italian Kitchen, Ocala, FL

Florida Railroad Museum, Parrish  At this museum in Parrish, you ride the exhibits. There's an ever-changing list of events, including everything from a murder mystery dinner train to holiday celebrations. Visit frrm.org to check out upcoming events and purchase tickets.

6 Incredible Florida Day Trips You Can Take By Train

6 Amazing Florida Day Trips You Can Take By Train: Florida Railway Museum in Parrish, FL

Road trip from Panama City Beach, Florida to New Orleans, Louisiana on back roads with 48 No Interstate

48 No Interstate: Panama City Beach, FL to New Orleans, LA - Emerald Coast water tower

Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden: Here groups can see the very same Redstone, Atlas and Titan rockets that first put NASA astronauts in space.

Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden, Florida: Here groups can see the very same Redstone, Atlas and Titan rockets that first put NASA astronauts in space.

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