Visiting Atlanta

@amybrezik (2123)
United States
September 19, 2010 5:34pm CST
So I am thinking about planning a trip to Atlanta. My dad lived there from the time I was 7 until I was a junior in high school. I absolutely loved visiting him. We would go to Underground Atlanta, Kings Mountain, and Calloway Gardens. We also visited the Coca Cola museum. The last time I was there I was only 17. What other places in and around Atlanta would you recommend that someone visit?
2 responses
@joma77 (43)
• Netherlands
19 Sep 10
And here I am again. Atlanta was not my favorite place but there is a nice park directly behind the Coca Cola museum which was great. I remember a tiny town 1 hour away I think it was called Mecan or similar which was beautiful. But the most beautiful city in Georgia is Savannah.
@amybrezik (2123)
• United States
19 Sep 10
In all the years my dad lived in Georgia, I never did make it down to Savannah, but I have heard that it is wonderful. What types of things did you do in Savanah?
@joma77 (43)
• Netherlands
19 Sep 10
I like the people there. The city is so beautiful. I did a tour there. It's so beautiful that I wanted to move there. You need to see it to understand the beauty of it. I also like the restaurants there, very good food. Have you been to Europe so far?
@amybrezik (2123)
• United States
25 Jan 12
I have not yet been anywhere in Europe. Still haven't visisted Savannah. I did go to Costa Rica and Nicaragua ths October for my honeymoon and had a lot of fun. Loved Nicaragua!
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
14 Nov 11
There was a Aquarium in Atlanta too, had you seen it? It claimed to be the biggest Aquarium, but I don't see it though. Other places like six flag, and other than that, I don't see anywhere else interesting in Atlanta now. I don't like Underground Atlanta, too many homeless, and crazy people around there. I would absolutely avoid there.
@amybrezik (2123)
• United States
25 Jan 12
I have been to six flags here in Dallas and the one in Atlanta. I visited Underground quite a bit when I was younger, sounds like it may have gone down hill since I was there. Stone Mountain is really great.