As Friday night rolls into a lazy Saturday morning, Florida State students flock to Thomasville, GA.
It could be the classic architecture that has drawn tourists since 1826.
Or maybe it’s the hand-painted windows, sending visitors back to the 1930’s.
The sense of community is clearly evident.
Thomasville’s rich history is still intact as the original storefront signs are drilled into the existing boutiques and bookstores.
Maybe students or visitors pass through this southern town because it reminds them of their childhood days. “One day you will be nostalgic for today” (Lang Leav)
Thomasville’s narrow cobblestone street swarmed with activity in the late 1800s, as the newly built railroad brought northerners into town.
Thomasville has a sense of familiarity, effortlessly showing the simplicity of life.
Following the death of JFK, Jackie Kennedy and her family stayed on a plantation home in Thomasville, GA.
President Eisenhower stayed here in Thomasville, while deciding whether or not to run for a second term.
No matter what the reason, be it a reminder of childhood days, a sense of community, or a look back to a time when soda was 25 cents, Thomasville continues to draw in visitors daily, riding through the cobblestone streets on a wave of nostalgia.