Extended Stay Deluxe Lenox North

3967 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30319, United States
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Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by Mike57

Hi

I've got flights and a jeep booked in and out of ATL for two weeks in July / August and I'm trying to find "must not miss" places to visit in Georgia, Tenesee, Louisiana and elsewhere in the Southern States. Conversely if there are places to avoid that would be useful too!

We love music of all types and are keen to see Historical sites and National Parks. We like a ball game when we can as well.

We typically cover 1500 miles round trip - and would be really grateful for ideas.

I appreciate any ideas you have.

Best regards

Mike
UK

Re: Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by donato1899

The Smokey Mountains and the Smokey Mountains National Park are not to be missed in North Carolina and Tennessee.
If you really want to see the South, try to go as many miles as you can OFF the interstate highway system.
If you love music I guess you should keep going west and see Nashville and Memphis.Might as well see the mighty Mississippi, then head south.
Southern Louisana has it own culture, you could start in Lafayette and work your way down to New Orleans, seeing and eating lots of good stuff.
The South is great, full of wonderful people and great traditions.

Re: Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by Mike57

Hi Donato

Thanks for this good advice.

One query; my daughter is 20 [almost 21] - is she OK to go to music clubs / bars Etc with us, so long as she doesn't drink alcohol?

...... rules are very different to the UK!

Thanks

Mike

Re: Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by donato1899

Every state and county can have different liquor laws. There are many dry(no alcohol) counties in the south.
Generally, places that serve food will admit people under 21, while pure bars won't. In Florida, minors can be in bars, but seated at a table not the bar itself, at least in Miami-Dade county.
I don't think it will be a problem for you or your daughter, especially in places with live music.
For a major league baseball game you will probably be limited to the Atlanta Braves.You can get tickets at ticketmaster.com.
But for a real inexpensive look at americana you can see a minor league baseball game.
You can see one in Ashville, North Carolina; Macon, Georgia; Nashville, TN; Knoxville, TN and probably lots of other places in the South. Those are cities where I have seen games.
Asheville is a very nice small city on the edge of the Smokies.
There you can see the Ashville Tourists. There are contests between most innings at minor league games, I won $500.00 at a Tourist's game once. 2nd greatest day of my life.
The trip sounds fun, stay off the interstate highway and you will really see lots of great stuff.

Re: Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by Mike57

Donato

Thanks for taking the time to help - I'm now starting to count the days!

Best regards

Mike

Re: Fly Drive - Southern States of America

by horsinround2

Your daughter will not have any trouble getting into the bars/honkey tonks in downtown Nashville. I've seen very young children in many of them.
Melissa

Travel Tips for Atlanta

visit Lenox Mall and Phipps...

by ZoeB

visit Lenox Mall and Phipps Plaza which sell some awesome clothes for very reasonable prices if you are used to English prices as I am.

Also the Centinniel Olympic Park - see picture Wandering around the place where I used to live in Lindberg Center. It was very peaceful and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Amicalola Falls & State Park/ Tallulah Gorge

by Sunshine2011

If you have time for a day trip, drive up to Amicalola Falls State Park, & enjoy the scenery. You can find some delicious fruit or boiled peanuts along the roadside, and the park is beautiful.

If you decide to go further northeast, you can see Unicoi State Park or Tallulah Gorge, also a State Park.

Amicalola Falls has a lodge, campsites & cottages in the park if you want to stay a few days. It also leads to the Chattahooche National Forest & the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.

Tallulah Gorge has campsites. Unicoi has lodges, campsites & cottages. There are several other parks with accomodations all over N. Georgia, see: http://www.gastateparks.org/map

Home of Civil Rights

by KaiM

Martin Luther KingĀ“s home and grave is located a bit outside downtown Atlanta. But there are signs leading on a historic trail to his house. Also visit the museum close to the grave. It has great information about MLK and the civil rights movement.

Midtown is nice and trendy if...

by teddyp

Midtown is nice and trendy if you're in that mood. The highlands are laid back - very relaxing... good adult, yet young, crowd. Buckhead is very frat/sorority fest slash ghetto fabulous.
The thing you really have to do though is head to the Cleimont Lounge on Ponce de Leon - it's a MUST see.

MARTA: its the only way to fly

by goingsolo

Atlanta is known for having terrible traffic problems. In an effort to alleviate some of the congestion, particularly on the highways and around downtown, the city has a subway and bus system otherwise known as MARTA.

The MARTA subway line runs north to south. There is an east-west line as well, but I'm not familiar with that one. The north-south line begins at the airport and runs to the outlying areas of Dunwoody and Sandy Springs. There are stops in downtown, near Underground Atlanta, Midtown on 10th and 14th streets and in Buckhead. MARTA costs $1.75 for one way access, but daily and weekly passes are available.

We found the shuttle to be clean and efficient. If you need transportation to and from the airport, MARTA is your best bet, as a cab will run at least $30 and a shuttle in the $15-$20 range. Plus, its only about a 20 minute ride on MARTA from the airport to Midtown and less than 30 minutes to Buckhead.

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Address: 3967 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30319, United States