Holiday Inn Atlanta Midtown

1810 Howell Mill Road, I-75/Exit 252 & Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30318, United States
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Someone Real Tell Me The Truth!

by swizzmocha1

Me and my family are planning on moving to ATL next year. We are black and we have children. Need some "real" folks to let us know where a newlywed couple with children will be safe. I'm not really concerned about me and my husband, but my kids!

RE: Someone Real Tell Me The Truth!

by rexvaughan

I live in Decatur which is just adjacent to Atlanta on the east side and highly recommend it. It is relatively safe and has excellent schools. However, housing is expensive, but if you can handle that, it is a great and very diverse community. If I can help any other way, e-mail me.

RE: RE: Someone Real Tell Me The Truth!

by swizzmocha1

Thank you so much for responding. You have help me a lot!

RE: RE: Someone Real Tell Me The Truth!

by balfor

Where are you moving from? Your ID doesn't show where you currently live. (mostly trying to figure out what you consider a "normal" cost for housing as that could help determine what areas are in your price range.)

As Rex said, Decatur is pretty good but there are good and bad areas scattered throughout the city. It is tough to paint any general area inside the perimeter with a broad brush. One thing to seriously consider, though, is the school system. While a few of the Atlanta schools are good (and not having kids, I couldn't really tell you which are which), most of them are not of a level that you'd want your kids to try to learn in.

Also, where are you going to be working? Atlanta has some serious traffic issues and that is a very important consideration as well.

Travel Tips for Atlanta

Centennial Olympic Park

by cobrioc

Atlanta is the capital of Georgia. Federal and State Governments draw visitors and employees to this southern transportation hub. The Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Hawks, and the Atlanta Thrashers are the major professional football, baseball, basketball, and hockey teams that call this city home.
Atlanta hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, which was the 100th anniversary of the modern Olympic Games.

Broad Street

by etfromnc

According to the Congress for the New Urbanism, Atlanta's Broad Street is an instance of urban planning that worked to create a sense of neighborhood. It is well worthy of a few hours of your time, if you have any to spare while visiting Atlanta.

Cleveland-Home to the CAbbage Patch Kids

by BruceDunning

Babyland General Hospital-This is the home and long time-35 year tradition of the Cabbage Patch dolls. Yep, after nearly 20 years of being away, someone "adopted" a couple of them for the next generation. The rates to adopt are as mind boggling as before when they were only $100 range. NOW, they are WEW-$185-360. The fad has apparently not worn off. Xavier Roberts is still alive and active in the community. He made his millions-like $150MM plus royalties back in the 1970's. The good thing still is going on now. Traffic around here can be maddening during peak season months, and access the the highway nearly impossible.
The old 5,000 SF facility is going to move into an 11,000 SF space to allow more room for visitors/shoppers. Rooms are covered with the dolls and the layout is interesting and themes take you through the life of a doll. You can adopt a newborn if you are there at birthing.

for the older crowd

by doug48 about johnny's hideaway

johnny's hideway is my favorite nightclub in atlanta. johnny's caters to mature crowd with music from the 1950's to the 1970's. for the older visitor to atlanta who likes to dance johnny's hideaway is the best venue in atlanta. see their web site for more information. business casual.

Electronic Tickets & Ticketing & Baggage Check-in

by dlytle

Ticket counters for all airlines are located in the eastern half of the North and South terminals. Extensive curbside baggage check-in is also available in this area.

You can still stand in the old-fashioned ticket counter line as well as check-in yourself and your baggage that way.

But the best way to handle the crowds at Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport is to use electronic ticketing. Then, instead of standing in line, you walk up to a nearby computer terminal, where you use your frequent flyer number or scan your credit card, press a few buttons, and in a matter of minutes you are checked in for your flight, you have your boarding pass in hand, you easily check in any baggage you have and you are on your way to the security check and then your gate.

That's the kind of situation that is becoming more and more common at Hartsfield now. Delta, along with some other airlines, has installed computerized terminals where passengers with e-tickets can check themselves in rather than wait in line to talk to a ticketing agent.

Delta alone has installed 32 of the kiosk terminals, 22 of which are at an old ticketing counter where airline agents stand ready to accept checked baggage. Another eight terminals are found on a pair of four-station kiosk quad units designed specifically for passengers who are only taking carry-on bags on their flight, and two more terminals are in the airport MARTA station.

Passengers can use the kiosks to check themselves in for an upcoming flight, as long as it is less than four hours or more than 30 minutes before the departure time. One must only scan a credit card with the name of the passenger listed on the e-ticket, or scan a Delta SkyMiles card used during the ticket purchase, to access the computer terminals.

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Address: 1810 Howell Mill Road, I-75/Exit 252 & Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30318, United States