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Traveling is about the journey, not just the destinations. Each little place has a secret.
Thanks for the suggestion on furniture stores. That is one of several items that may require some editing/discussion. Two points: 1) Antique stores are a retail destination for vistors/tourists in the south and midwest (ie, Brown County, Indiana); and 2) Atlanta is a destination for shopping in the southeast (Phipps Plaza, Lenox Square, Merchandise Mart, etc.). Decatur's "new" furniture stores are somewhat unique. Contemporary loft furnishings (and Asian to a lesser extent) are less likely to be available in smaller metro areas - at least in the South. If you these are marginal entries, let me know and we can edit them. A few of these entries are arguably more beneficial to "new residents" rather than "tourists". Thanks. --Baxterguy 13:19, 3 October 2007 (EDT)