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Best things to do in Atlanta

“The Georgia Aquarium is one of the largest in the world and is quite spectacular. It is also right next to the World of Coca Cola.”
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“If you have never been to Atlanta, Ponce City Market is the place to be. They have wonderful restaurants, shopping options, ice cream shops, and unique cocktails you can only find in Atlanta! The rooftop park is filled with amusement and drinks overlooking Atlanta! The famous Atlanta Beltline is a wonderful place to take a walk right beside Ponce City Market.”
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“Our favorites include Gu’s Dumplings, Jeni’s Ice Creams, and The Little Tart Bakeshop! ”
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“The world of coke showcases the history of the famous beverage, and also lets you try different coca cola beverages found across the world.”
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“The premiere shopping mall in Atlanta with your favorite department stores and fun boutiques.”
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“Look at the African Art. .. El Anatsui is my favorite Building by Renzo Paino in the Back, and the Front is Richard Meyer. It feels like Europe.”
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“The largest parks in the city of Atlanta. It features jogging paths, basketball courts, a swimming pool, and a farmers market”
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Shopping Plaza
“Atlantic Station offers the best of Midtown Atlanta with shopping in 30+ stores, 17 dining choices, and the Southeast’s largest Regal Cinemas theater along with a wide selection of specialty events for everyone. Very close and easy to drive to from Hartford House (also on the West side of town, so you can avoid interstate traffic to shop here). ”
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Historische Stätte
“Atlanta is the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement...so a trip to the city must include MLK sites. You can see his childhood home, the famous Ebenezer Baptist Church where MKL gave some of his most influential speeches, and his final resting place. ”
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“The Fox Theatre is a beautiful venue in Midtown for watching live performances.”
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“Little Five Points is one of Atlanta’s hippest neighborhoods. Shoppers head to Moreland Avenue’s indie stores for offbeat vintage clothing, vinyl and cool gifts, while young locals hang out at the dive bars, burger joints, and Ethiopian and vegan eateries that line the surrounding streets. The Variety Playhouse, a live music venue in a converted 1940s cinema, hosts an eclectic range of local and national acts.”
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Football Stadium
“Formerly the Georgia Dome, now the Mercedes-Benz stadium, the new structure sits just beside the old in downtown Atlanta. Costing $1.5 billion to build, it's a testament to the lofty aspirations of the city.”
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“Walk across Cherokee and through the parking lot. The entrance will be on your right.”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“Everything is good here for a true southern meal. Starts with the bread and goes on with the fish, chicken, macaroni and cheese and so on and so on. You will need a nap afterwards, but you will sleep good.”
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Südstaaten- / Afroamerikanisches Restaurant
“Delicious breakfast, can be a wait on the weekends so try to get there early.”
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“Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where features like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast. ”
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