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the Grand South Roadtrip
This roadtrip takes you to the south to the Peach State, Georgia and the Sunshine State, Florida. On this roadtrip you will see the sites in Atlanta or spend a day on the beach in Miami. Fans can travel to Turner Field in Atlanta, Tropicana Field in Tampa and the newest ballpark in baseball, Marlins Park in Miami. Good tickets to these ballparks should not be a problem. One can start in either Miami and travel north to Tampa then Atlanta or from Atlanta south. The weather is likely to be hot and muggy when you visit any of these cities and its recommended to take a trip to the beach when in Miami.
BALLPARKS

       =- Turner Field
         - Tropicana Field
         - Marlins Park

STATES

         - Georgia
         - Florida

CITIES
       =- Atlanta
         - Tampa Bay
         - Miami


ROAD TRIP IDEAS

Possible Grand South Itinerary

the Nor'easter: Three Ballparks/States, Two Cities
the I-95er: Six Ballparks/States, Five Cities
the Big Apple: Two Ballparks, One Big City
the Grand South: Three Ballparks/Cities, Two States
the Buckeye State: Two Ballparks/Cities, One State
the Midwestern Slam: Six Ballparks, Seven States, Five Cities
the Upper Midwestern: Four Ballparks, Three States/Cities
the Central Combo
: Four Ballparks/Cities, Three States
the Texas Two Step: Two Ballparks/Cities, One Big State
California Dreamin': Five Ballparks, Four Cities, One State
the Single Game
: One Ballpark in One City
All in One
: All 30 Ballparks
  • Day 1: Arrive in Atlanta/Braves Game
  • Day 2: Drive to Tampa/Rays Game
  • Day 3: Drive to Miami
  • Day 4: Day in Miami/Marlins Game
  • Day 5: Depart City

All trips can be completed during a shorter or longer amount of time or in a different order.

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