Armada Inn

4225 Fulton Industrial Blvd., (formerly Ramada Inn), Atlanta, Georgia, 30336, United States
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Forum Posts

Atlanta motorspeedway transportation

by ted138

I will be staying in downtown Atlanta at the Marriot Marquis , is there public transportation during the races March 17, 18, to the track from downtown Atlanta?

RE: Atlanta motorspeedway transportation

by balfor

Hampton is quite a ways from downtown Atlanta. I do not believe that there is any form of public transit to the speedway. Check out: http://www.atlantamotorspeedway.com/fan%5Fguide/hotels%5Fshuttles/ for further information. I didn't see anything specific about public stransportation, but there was a link to trams, etc on there.

Travel Tips for Atlanta

Peachtree? Which Peachtree?

by DrewV

You'll realize it eventually, so I might as well tell you now. Atlanta has something like 5,000 different roads named Peachtree. Peachtree Road, Peachtree Street, Peachtree Avenue, Peachtree Hills, Peachtree Park, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard... you get the idea. They are not all the same road; in fact, some are in different parts of the city altogether (though none of them go to Peachtree City, a suburb in Alabama -- actually it just seems like it's in Alabama -- the suburbs go on forever here).

Anyway, you're assured of getting lost and confused when it comes to Peachtrees, so just accept it, take MARTA, and move on.

stone mountain park

by doug48

stone mountain park is located east of downtown atlanta on US 78 between atlanta and snellville. stone mountain is famous for it's huge carving of jefferson davis, robert e. lee, and stonewall jackson. stone mountain park has a cable car up to the top of the mountain for great view of downtown atlanta. also stone mountain park has a excellent golf course, a historic village, and a lake cruise. there is a marriott hotel located at the park. a very nice place to spend the day in the atlanta area. see my stone mountain page for more information.

Red Apple Barn---apples, ciders, pumpkins

by dustmon

A fall destination for apples, ciders, sweet potatos, and other veggies along with pie pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns...sometimes boiled peanuts and fried pig skins as well....
When visiting Ellijay or Jasper visit this place-----

Buckhead pool hall

by goingsolo about Buckhead pool hall

This is a great place for those who are fans of the all-American dive bar. Buckhead has a mixture of nightlife, ranging from high priced restaurants, after hours nightclubs where music booms till the wee hours and the bars.

The bar scene in Buckhead also provides a range of options. This upscale area has its share of high priced venues for sipping expensive coctails while, minutes away, you'll find places like the Buckhead Pool Hall, where patrons throw peanut shells on the floor and listen to rock music. The place is casual and laid back- a true find in a high end neighborhood. Everyone is friendly here and jeans meet the dress code. See above. Its a dive bar. I did see some people wearing suits in here. I couldn't believe it either, but it looked quite out of place.

As a big city, you can get...

by gsroman

As a big city, you can get here from almost anywhere on plane. Daily flights departure from Mexico City, and from a lot of places in the US and all over the world.
I would strongly suggest the car rental. It is really a big city, traveling times from one place to another can take you from 20 to 40 minutes, and using a cab could be really expensive.

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 Armada Inn

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Armada Hotel Atlanta

Address: 4225 Fulton Industrial Blvd., (formerly Ramada Inn), Atlanta, Georgia, 30336, United States