Title: 100 Things to Do in Atlanta Before You Die, 3rd Edition
Author: Brittany Bowes
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Atlanta is a city filled with hidden gems of nature, limitless progression, booming entertainment, fanatical sports, a rapidly increasing spread of unbeatable mixed-use developments and, of course, insanely good food. With the hustle and bustle of exciting city life paired with recent attention from the film industry, Atlanta (AKA “The Hollywood Of The South”) is a great city to get a taste of NYC and LA, with the ease of escaping to the peaceful rolling hills of suburbia. With an endless plethora of things to do, you’ll never be bored in the ever-growing capital of The Peach State, where there is something for everyone. Home to some of the largest business empires in the world (Think Delta and Coca-Cola), the historical city is loved by native Atlantans, transplants and tourists alike. Take in everything from the hidden 35-foot waterfalls nestled alongside Vickery Creek at the historic Civil-War-era Old Roswell Mills, to the modern-era attractions like the Mercedez Benz Stadium – which recently opened so many award-winning restaurants, you may end up going just for the food. Atlanta offers obscure concepts that make for unforgettable times, from a bar that doubles as a dog park, to yoga with goats, to Airbnbs in tree houses and 5-pound slices of pizza, the streets are always swarming with so much fun you’ll wonder how we fit it all in.
Eye on Travel – The Whitley Hotel in Atlanta – Pre-Covid-19 – Peter Greenberg Worldwide
Brittany Bowes, author of 100 Things to Do in Atlanta Before You Die, chats about all things unknown in Atlanta—everything from interactive art gems to Korean spas.
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