Kimberly experiences life on a dairy farm, then heads to the kitchen to prepare dishes using the dairy products she worked to make on the farm, as seen on Season 2 of Great American Country's Kimberly's Simply Southern.
Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, Maynard Jackson
Mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta's first black mayor, died in 2003. His wife wanted his grave positioned so that if he sat up he'd have a clear view of downtown Atlanta.
Photo By: Holly Aguirre
The French Quarter
The oldest -- and most famous -- neighborhood in all of New Orleans is the French Quarter. In fact, the city was built around the French Quarter when it was founded in 1718. Full of world-renowned restaurants, shopping and nightlife, the French Quarter is home to Jackson Square, Cafe du Monde and Jackson Brewery, among other popular attractions.
Photo By: NewOrleansOnline.com
Vintage Camper Gets Modern Toilet
The makeover in this vintage camper's bathroom included installation of a new toilet, seen on Flippin' RVs.
The streetcar connected neighborhoods surrounding Ponce de Leon all the way to Memorial Drive.
Photo By: Dmitri Kessel//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images
Country Music Artist Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland
LAS VEGAS, NV - APRIL 02: Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland attends the Lionel Richie and Friends in Concert presented by ACM held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 2, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/ACMA2012/Getty Images for ACM)
Mt. Olympus Theme Park and Waterpark – Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Mt. Olympus is an amusement park junky's dream. Stay overnight in the Mt. Olympus resort, then head out to explore all four parks: indoor and outdoor theme park, and an indoor and outdoor water park. For a real thrill, test your wits on the Hades 360, the world's first upside down, underground, wooden roller coaster.