Atlanta Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia



Atlanta – Come and explore this Georgian city amid the endless trees. Follow us through the best of the city and kickstart your travel inspiration! When ready …

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    Max Kukurudza says:

    Hello people!
    My homework based on this video. I need to find out the examples of American English Pronunciation here. I'm neither American nor Britain, It is quite difficult to understand your pronunciation. Who can help me, please?

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    Teresa Davis says:

    Ok. Another local chiming in. 1. Do not come here and complain about the traffic. 2. The zoo if full and no longer allowing entrance usually about 15 minutes after opening each day so be prepared with option b. 3. Stone Mntn is really just a rock but do not take the train… u got to hike that !@#$. 4. Do not come here looking for Gone with the Wind or wanting to see some Antebellum mansion b/c THIS IS NOT MISSISSIPPI and GWTW was fiction. 5. Anything around the world of coke is built by us for all of tourists. The Aquarium is freaking great though. 6. The Fox Theater is a local joy for us all. It was on the chopping block many times and for a long long time. We, Atlantans, saved it and work hard to keep it functioning. 7. Little 5 Points is edgy and awesome but probably not where visiting tourist would want to go. 8. We are ALL very honored and proud of having the largest affluent (middle class and above) community of African Americans in the whole nation. 9. The varsity is cheap and great but be careful! It can kill you. and 10!!! DON'T COME HERE AND COMPLAIN ABOUT !@#%%@# TRAFFIC LIKE WE DON'T ALREADY KNOW~~~~

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    Ash Darkness says:

    I remember in kindergarten I went to the Georgia aquarium as my first field trip.I will never forget it and in 5th grade after years of not seeing Atlanta which in this case I was born in which makes me really proud,I went to Coca Cola world and when we got off the bus and waited in the big field and saw the big buildings I felt like I was back at childhood…Im moving to Atlanta when I’m fully grown up.ill see you soon Atlanta…soon…

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