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Jane Austen In June; Tryon Palace Celebrates The 200th Anniversary Of Mansfield Park

July 2, 2014 - Raleigh, NC -- Anna Marie Jehorek's travel website takes readers to Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina and its celebration of the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's classic novel, Mansfield Park. 

PullOverAndLetMeOut, a travel site emphasizing travel in the mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States, engages readers with a feature article detailing Tryon Palace's Jane Austen in June event.  While emphasizing  Jane Austen in June, Jehorek also brings readers along to discover the rich history of Tryon Palace. 

With great enthusiasm, PullOverandLetMeOut takes readers back in time to the Regency era recounting the story of the first capitol building in North Carolina. Tryon Palace is a stately mansion in the second-oldest European-American colonial town in North Carolina.  It's also the ideal spot for celebrating the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's classic novel, Mansfield Park

Jehorek's piece details the beauty and rich history of Tryon Palace.  Jehorek also presents readers with one of the many interesting and unique events Tryon Palace is renowned for putting on throughout the year.  Her story-telling ability enthralls and leaves readers with a taste of the beauty and historic significance of Tryon Palace. 

As Jehorek states, although there for the Jane Austen in June event, the visit was more than just tea, Regency dancing and discussing Mansfield Park hedges and ha-ha.  Time spent at Tryon Palace was a walk though a by-gone era enhanced by a fascinating North Carolina history lesson.

Anna Marie Jehorek, delights readers with a captivating story of visiting Tryon Palace; a Southern treasure on the Neuse River in New Bern, North Carolina.

About Pull Over And Let Me Out

PullOverAndLetMeOut is a travel blog detailing tourist destinations that are out of the ordinary. The site seeks to explore and describe some of the lesser-known locations often unknowingly by-passed. Whether exploring a winery, a historic tavern or an unusual tourist destination, PullOverAndLetMeOut aims to bring readers along by offering stories, insights, pictures and tips.

Anna Marie

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