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Our family is putting together a road trip for the Christmas/late December time-frame 2 weeks total). We'll be leaving from Cincinnati and would like to hit some great family spots along the way. At this point, we'd really like to hit Raleigh and Charleston on the way down to Brunswick, GA and maybe on to our condo in Venice, FL. Any suggestions for great family activities (hotels, must see sights, restaurants, etc.)? Some cities that have been suggested for us are Asheville, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Savannah, Jacksonville, and St. Augustine. We'd love any suggestions you can give! Details, please!

Many thanks!

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