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2007 CIT
November 11-14, 2007
Nashville Convention Center
Nashville, Tennessee
Hosted by Tennessee Board of Regents System



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Charlotte Area Attractions

Traveling to North Carolina for the League’s Conference on Information Technology? Take a few extra days and enjoy the area!

Would you like to take a pre- or post-conference trip to enjoy some of the great scenic and historic sites within driving distance of Charlotte? There is something close by for everyone’s interests. Here are just a few ideas.

Do you like the mountains? Asheville, North Carolina, home of the world-famous Biltmore Estate, is only 90 miles northwest of Charlotte. Stay at the historic Grove Park Inn, visit the Biltmore Estate, tour the winery and grounds, gamble at the new Harrah’s Cherokee Casino - all in the beautiful North Carolina Mountains. You can also drive a portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Visit the following websites for more information.

Biltmore Estate


A little farther from Charlotte is the Great Smokey Mountains National Park (a gorgeous three-to four-hour drive). This park is the most visited national park in the U.S. Visit the following websites for more information.
Great Smokey Mountains

Great Smokey Mountains


Are you more interested in historic towns and sites? Old Salem (Winston-Salem) is one hour northeast of Charlotte. The original Old Salem village is a worthwhile trip for those interested in how life was hundreds of years ago, when colonists founded North Carolina. Visit the following website for more information.

Old Salem


Over the border south of Charlotte are two old historic sites well worth visiting: Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. These old southern cities are well worth the trip on their own. Visit the following websites for more information.
Charleston Convention & Visitors




If the beach is more your style, North and South Carolina have hundreds of miles of great beaches. The three most well-known beach areas are Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The Outer Banks area is more remote, dotted with lighthouses, and rugged. Visit the following websites for more information.
Outer Banks



Hilton Head is a great golf, tennis, and beach resort for singles and families. Myrtle Beach is a built-up area with lots of shows, amusement parks, golf, and things to do with families. Visit the following websites for more information.
Myrtle Beach

Hilton Head


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