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Atlanta Historical Homes Tour
"Visit the Swan House the Smith Family Farm and the Margret Mitchell House on this guided tour of two of Atlanta's famed historical homes enjoying local pickup and round-trip transportation. Built in 1928 for the Harvard H. Inman family the Swan House is one of the most recognizable and photographed landmarks of Atlanta. Noted architect Philip T. Shutze designed Swan House and its gardens as well as many other distinct buildings in the city. You'll take in the home's classic yet elegant demeanor and explore its beautiful landscaped gardens fountains and breathtaking views. The tour includes accurate and vivid descriptions of the Inman family's life inside the historic home acquired by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966.Continuing your tour
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Fall in Love with Atlanta Bike Tour
"For your 9am bike tour of Atlanta meet your professional guide at Studioplex Lofts located at 659 Auburn Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward section. Strap on your helmet and start peddling to see the historical sites in Atlanta on this 3-hour 8-mile tour.With your high quality bike helmet bottled water and snack
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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta
"Use your admission ticket to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta anytime during open hours and let your children experience the full range of activities at their own pace. The typical visit takes 2 to 3 hours but you're welcome to stay as long as you like. Learn how LEGO bricks are made on the factory tour. Feel wind and rain during the four 15-minute 4D movies featuring popular LEGO characters. Use lasers to protect a princess during the Kingdom's Qu and pedal to lift your seat off the ground in the Merlin's Apprentice Ride. See LEGO models of famous Atlanta attractions such as Turner Field and the Varsity in Miniland which features beautifully constructed buildings using almost 1.5 Lego million bricks. Let your children enjoy soft play areas and pick up Lego tips at the Master Builder Academy. Stop by the gift shop to see the latest LEGO building sets and snack on sandwiches Dippin Dots and other bites at the cafe. Your little LEGO lover can keep exploring until 7pm most of the week and 9pm on Saturdays.Please note: As a children's attraction and to promote a safe and family-friendly environment
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Comfortable Clothes

During my trip this year, the temperature remained in the 70s, although this seemed a little warm than I would expect for Atlanta at this time of year. I would probably recommend bringing warmer...
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Camera & Film

Between May and September, it can be stifling hot and muggy in Atlanta, so dress appropriately. In the Spring of 2004, Atlanta was deemed the worst city for allergy sufferers, so if pollen kicks your...
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Comfortable Shoes

A sturdy pair of walking shoes if you want to get the fell of the city by walking around. People come to Atlanta through out the year.You can choose to coincide your visit with one of the many...
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Powder Up

Atlanta's summer weather was VERY humid. This may sound funny, but my friend who was raised in Carolina showed me the trick of putting on Shower to Shower powder to keep from sweating. It was weird,...
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Underground

Underground Atlanta is a shopping and entertainment district that opened in 1969, it takes advantage of the viaducts built over the city's many railroad tracks to accommodate later automobile traffic....
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Stone Mountain Park

Wow this place is amazing, so much to do from hiking to scenic photography, a nice jog and the late night laser show. $15 admisson and $30 a vehicle for the all year pass, what a deal!! Provided a...
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World of Coca-Cola

OK - so it's like going to Mecca for me. I was here about 10 years ago, and while it's changed a little bit, it's still a cool little way to spend a couple of hours. After purchasing your tickets,...
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CNN Center

We took the $16 Inside CNN Studio Tour 50-minute walking tour that descends 8 flights of stairs. We went through metal detectors and there were many security guards along our route. Our tour began...
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Georgia Aquarium

I was extremely dissapointed leaving the aqaurium, knowing that I paid so much for the tickets. My children were ready to leave within the first five minutes.It cost less for us to go to Seaworld and...
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Centennial Park

Centennial Olympic Park’s neighborhood was a run-down part of town. That all began to change on the day Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games CEO Billy Payne gazed out his office window and a...
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"The Monuments"
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"Big city livin in the South"
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Yaqui

"Atlanta & Coca Cola"
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"atlanta georgia"
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"Atlanta - full of surprises"
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