Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Galleria

2733 Circle 75 Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia, 30339, United States
Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Galleria
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HELP PLZ---- marietta to athens commute

by aston89

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hi im from england and im looking to move to marietta to live and take a music business course in athens.

im just unsure of how far they are apart (in miles?) and and of bus/marta/train services that go between the two

if anyone could help with this that would be a great help


Re: HELP PLZ---- marietta to athens commute

by timessquare

It is about 79 miles between the two cities or 90 minutes of driving.

You don't want to making this commute every day.

Your only option if you don't have a car is to use Greyhound.

Re: HELP PLZ---- marietta to athens commute

by olddude

It won't be a fun drive either just to tack on to the other poster. I assume you intend to live in Marietta for the access to nightlife, but Athens is a college town so it would not be completely boring to live there and your housing will be a little less.

Travel Tips for Atlanta

There is so much to do in...

by K_pettigrew

There is so much to do in Atlanta. You can go downtown and admire the arcitecture or you can go to Buckhead. There is Stone mountain and Six flags. There are the N. Georgia Mountains. Visit the Chattahoochee!!!!!! My fondest memory of Atlanta is going with my father to watch a braves game when I was a little girl.

Atlant Braves

by moiraistyx

Thanks to Balfor I was able to add yet another MLB stadium to my belt. Turner Field is the 10th stadium I have been able to visit. This was a fun game not only because the company was great but also because I got to do that politically incorrect, LOL, hand chop and Native American chant. My school surprised all the learners with a baseball game and transportation to and from the game. It was so great to not worry about coming and going. Balfor met us there. Our seats were in the nose bleed section so we took the opportunity to seat hop and ended up behind 3rd plate with a great view. I made sure to have a chili dog and some beer as any good sports fan should and washed it down with a bag of cotton candy. Yes, I was on a sugar high. Sunglasses, camera, beer, chili dog, friends, and Balfor (the best tour guide ever)


by greatconde

One of my favorite things to do on a Friday or Saturday night is to walk to the Inman Park Marta station and catch the Marta train to Decatur, a few stops to the east. Decatur is loaded with great restaurants and the friday/saturday night scene is not saturated with party people like midtown or buckhead. Many of the areas best restaurants are in Decatur... I can personally recommend Cafe Lily (sort of a funky Italian restaurant) , the Watershed (Tuesday night's Fried Chicken special is legendary), Eurasia (Asian Fusion... try the squab), Tacqueria del Sol (great cheap-eats), Raging Burrito, Crescent Moon (terrific diner food) and many more that I haven't even tried. After dinner, head down to Twains Billiards for friendly games of pool and great beer, head down to Eddie's Attic for great live music in a cozy setting, or take in a play at the hip and experimental Push Push Theatre (the actors/directors will engage the audience in discussion for input on their performance and interpretation of plays). After a few games of pool or a show, do not leave Decatur without checking out the beer at the Brickstore Pub. This place is loaded with great beer. Don't go expecting to load up on Coors Light... I don't even think they have the major Domestic Macros on the menu here. Take in a Scottish Ale or an Imperial Stout downstairs, or head upstairs to the belgian bar for a Trappist Ale or Lambic. After you've tanked up on fine beers, you can walk back to the Marta Station and not worry about having to drive home.

Old School Saturday

by BellaMora about Different Hotels throughout the City

One thing Atlanta has is different hotel parties all of the time. Be presentable for entrance into the Ritz, Sheraton, Marriott, Westin, etc. The party changes location every month. Check the website if you like Gap Band, Lady T, Evelyn Champagne, etc. You'll thank me for it! Usually first Saturday of every month.

A prayer and patience

by swadud

Atlanta, by far, has the worst transportation system of any large city, including Los Angeles. Not only does MARTA suck, but the freeway system is a joke.

Atlanta is served by the 20 (which runs east west), the 75/85 (they run together throughout the city and then split at both the north and south ends of the city); and the 285 (which essentially goes in a big circle). There are a few other smaller freeways that serve the area but none of these smaller ones will take you where you need to go.

There are 12 or 13 different streets named Peachtree, which literally drove me mad. I also found out that the closest distance between two points was not a line, but rather a series of twisting roads that seemed to take you right back the way you came from. Atlanta traffic was a little bit much for me.

I'd seriously suggest studying a map and having your route clearly established before you travel here.


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 Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Galleria

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Address: 2733 Circle 75 Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia, 30339, United States