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// Others / 04/20/2017 （16:06）
A five-days, 13 states and 2472miles road trip sponsored by Boro
As much as you can.
As far as you can.
As long as you can.
Life is not meant to be lived in one place.
We travel because we need to because distance and difference are the secret tonics to creativity. When we get home, home is still the same, but something in our minds has changed, and that changes everything.
“Damn，wherever! As far as you can."
New York City midtown rooftop, a group of four people after drunk.
Five Days And Four Nights -13 States
You cannot control what script you get, the only thing you can control is how to play it.
From New York To Charlotte - 10 Hrs
First Stop: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Davie Poplar is a large tulip poplar tree, approximately 300–375 years old, located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, named in honor of Revolutionary War general and founder of the University William Richardson Davie.
The most enduring legend associated with the tree is that as long as Davie Poplar remains standing, the University will thrive. If it falls, the University will crumble.
According to a more recent legend, if a couple kisses on the stone bench beneath the tree, the couple will marry.
Second Stop:Downtown Charlotte
After a long distance driving, we felt TIRED.！BUT，B, U, T！The owner of the Airbnb apartment we booked seems missing and cannot be in touch. We tried everything to contact him except call 911 but failed. Luckily, we found vacant rooms at FourPoints nearby. And finally, we can get a good rest after the entire day of driving.
Into the wild, I go, losing my way, finding my soul.
First Stop: Headquarters of Bank of America.
From Charlotte To Atalanta - 6Hrs
Second Stop: Coke Cola World.
From the original World of Coca‑Cola® that opened on August 3, 1990, at Underground Atlanta, to the opening of the World of Coca‑Cola at Pemberton Place® on May 24, 2007, we are proud to have welcomed over 23 million guests in the past 25 years. Join us in celebrating 25 years of sharing happiness.
Third Stop: Downtown Atlanta.
Downtown Atlanta is home to many exciting attractions and fun-filled destinations. In fact, many of the city’s most sought-after attractions are all within walking distance of each other. The close proximity of these major attractions makes the downtown area the ideal place for many visitors to start their exploration of this cosmopolitan southern city.
Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta is Centennial Olympic Park, which was a highly visible part of the 1996 Olympic Games which put Atlanta on the worldwide map. This beautiful urban park hosts several concerts, festivals and other events throughout the year.
The CNN Center is the epicenter of the world of news, media, and entertainment. Tours of the main newsroom and the inner workings of this news and media giant are a huge draw. The CNN center also offers up an impressive food court that will assuredly quench any hunger pangs that may arise while enjoying the sights and sounds of Atlanta.
You cannot overcome time, but you can overcome the stupid yourself in the past.
From Atalanta To Nashville - 4Hrs
Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and home to Vanderbilt University. Legendary country music venues include the Grand Ole Opry House, home of the famous “Grand Ole Opry” stage and radio show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and historic Ryman Auditorium are Downtown, as is the District, featuring honky-tonks with live music and the Johnny Cash Museum, celebrating the singer's life.
When your talent cannot support your ambition, slow down and improve yourself.
First Stop: Sanders Cafe
The Harland Sanders Café is a historic restaurant located in Corbin, Kentucky. Colonel Harland Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, operated the restaurant from 1940 to 1956. Sanders also developed the famous KFC secret recipe at the café during the 1940s. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 7, 1990.
Second Stop: West Virginia National Park
Third Stop: Cabin in the woods, Hinton
The sky full of stars.
From Nashville To Some Town In West Virginia - 9Hrs
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