Dante’s Down the Hatch Atlanta

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A special treasure is docked in Atlanta. Dante’s Down the Hatch, comes with an unparalleled atmosphere; live jazz streams from the inside of an 18th century sailing ship, ‘Atlantis,’ six nights a week. Dante Stephensen, a former navy pilot, began generating the idea for his elegant and cozy restaurant while serving America overseas. But his […]

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Sundial Restaurant, Atlanta

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The Westin Hotel in Downtown Atlanta is iconic not just because of it’s massive height and cylindrical shape but because it offers a unique way too see the Atlanta Skyline you can’t find anywhere else. Without even taking a step, you will see every inch of the 360-degree panoramic views of the city. The floor […]

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The Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

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The Georgia Aquarium has a new reason for veteran visitors to come back, and newbie visitors something to add to the experience. The Dolphin Show combines actors, music and lights, to make a Broadway type show. See these animals perform all the tricks that make them so lovable and watch in awe as they whip […]

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Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta

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Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park remains a legacy to the 1996 Olympics. During the games it was used as a central gathering spot.The 21-acre park now celebrates Atlanta’s success in hosting the games. The park revitalizes an area of town that was once run-down and forgotten. 23 flags fly high to represent the countries that have […]

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CNN Studio Tour, Atlanta Georgia

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CNN has set the standard of many aspects in TV news. The network was the first to offer news programming 24 hours a day. When the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded in 1986, killing the seven on board, CNN was the only broadcast news organization to cover it. They set the trend for live news when […]

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Turner Field in Atlanta Georgia

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So you’re not a Braves fan? Fair enough, we all have our home team, but if you are a baseball fan in the least there is something to appreciate about this team, once called the Bravos. For one it is the oldest continuously run franchise. The team was started in 1871 as the Boston Red […]

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Coke World in Atlanta Georgia

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Truth or Dare? I dare you to find someone who has not ever even taken a sip of a coca-cola. You may not be a soda pop junkie but chances are you have also tried some other coke flavors. Cherry? Vanilla? Lemon? What about mixing java and pop and coming up with coffee coke? There […]

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