Alexandra Marie Pitzer

International , Chattanooga

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  1. Hiking Mount Pelée: The "Pompeii" of the Caribbean

    International

    At 4,583 feet, Mount Pelée towers over fishing villages, townships nestled in the landscape’s folds, and Saint-Pierre, the island’s former capital. Saint-Pierre was formerly known as “the Paris of the Caribbean,” a nod to the town’s bygone grandeur.

  2. La Caravelle Peninsula: The Most Beautiful Hike in Martinique?

    International

    La Caravelle Peninsula is a stunning 12-kilometer hike that travels over the oldest terrain in Martinique, a place where history and natural beauty seamlessly blend.

  3. 19 of the Best Restaurants in Chattanooga with Outdoor Seating

    Chattanooga

    Chattanooga is a popular summer destination for all of its outdoor activities—and that includes dining. Check out these 19 restaurants with excellent decks, rooftops, and patios to enjoy the fresh air.

  4. Running a Self-Guided 5k Through Chattanooga's Passageways

    Chattanooga

    Chattanooga's Passageways art instillation is tucked away among the downtown alleys. This 5k route will allow runners to see a unique side of the city that they might otherwise miss.

  5. How to Have a Nonstop Day of Adventure at Chickamauga Battlefield (and Why You Should)

    Chattanooga

    The Chattanooga area is filled with Civil War history, and the best place to explore the conflict is at the nearby Chickamauga National Military Park. Here's a quick itinerary to help you get the most of a trip to the past.

  6. Island Hopping in Martinique: Kayaks, Endangered Iguanas, and Hidden Beaches

    International

    Kayaking between islands in Martinique is a unique and adventurous way to explore pristine beaches coated in powder-white sand and see some of the rare iguanas that call these islands home.

  7. A Day of Art and Culture in Chattanooga

    Chattanooga

    Spend a day enjoying the art and cultural scene of Chattanooga, which is filled with a wide range of public art, world-class museums, local restaurants, and historic properties.