Charlotte National: No Frills Breeden Course in Southeast Still a Bargain
Ask a Charlottean to name a few reasons why living in the Queen City beats the heck out of living in Atlanta, and you may be in for one lengthy reply.
Cost of living, congestion, school systems and small town feel are all bound to surface as primary answers. And for the links-minded, the city's abundance of affordable, accessible daily fee golf will almost certainly be running a close second.
Jump on the freeway in Atlanta, and half an hour later you are still surrounded by concrete jungle. In Charlotte, you can get on almost any road, drive for a half and hour and be out in the country amid horse, tobacco or corn farms.
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Serving the largest metro area in the Carolinas, Charlotte/Douglas International Airport averages 23 million passengers annually. So you're sure to find a flight into Charlotte. It has all the usual car and limousine rentals so you can travel around Charlotte or take a trip to the coast.
If you're driving into Charlotte you'll probably be taking either I-77 or I-85. Both interstates go through Charlotte. Interstate 77 runs north and south from Ohio. Interstate 85 runs along the East Coast from Atlanta through Charlotte until it merges with I-95. Interstate 95 then runs all the way north to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.