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Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain, GeorgiaRock City GardensLookout Mountain, GeorgiaA bit touristy but still a fun way to spend the afternoon if near Chattanooga, there is also a handicap accessible trail which is an advantage for...Wormsloe State Historic Site, Chatham County, GeorgiaWormsloe State Historic SiteChatham County, GeorgiaVisit Wormsloe Plantation about 20 minutes out of Savannah to take in Oak Alley and tabby ruins. Island, Glynn County, GeorgiaJekyll IslandGlynn County, GeorgiaDriving through the tree tunnel on Clam Creek Road takes you to the #fishing pier. A beautiful spot for a #sunset photo on the northern tip of...Wormsloe State Historic Site, Chatham County, GeorgiaWormsloe State Historic SiteChatham County, GeorgiaSkip the ruins but come to this historic spot to see the magnificent oaks.Horton House Historic Site, Jekyll Island, GA, Glynn County, GeorgiaHorton House Historic Site, Jekyll Island, GAGlynn County, GeorgiaThe Horton House Historic Site on Jekyll Island, GA. The house was originally built it 1740 by Major William Horton, who settled on Jekyll Island...Coke cola factory, Atlanta, GeorgiaCoke cola factoryAtlanta, GeorgiaTasty tourSouthern Soul Barbeque, St Simons Island, GeorgiaSouthern Soul BarbequeSt Simons Island, GeorgiaAs seen on Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. I've had BBQ all over the East Coast and this is simply the best. Stop by if you are in the...Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, GeorgiaBonaventure CemeterySavannah, GeorgiaThough not Savannah’s oldest cemetery, Bonaventure is certainly its most famous and hauntingly beautiful. Quintessentially Southern Gothic, it has...The Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Beall-Jordan-Dunlap HouseMacon, GeorgiaThis Georgian residence (the Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House) at 315 College Street was built in 1860 for Nathan Beall, who amassed a fortune as a cotton...Poole's Mill Bridge Park, Forsyth County, GeorgiaPoole's Mill Bridge ParkForsyth County, GeorgiaLattice style covered bridge built in 1901 is the centerpiece for this Forsyth County park.Rhodes Hall, Atlanta, GeorgiaRhodes HallAtlanta, GeorgiaRhodes Memorial Hall was originally the home of furniture magnate Amos Giles Rhodes. This 1904 Romanesque Revival building was inspired by the...Stone Mountain, GeorgiaStone MountainGeorgiaThere is a train that goes completely around the mountain. It's an old time train with open air seating for easy viewing of the mountain and...Stone Mountain Park, Dekalb County, GeorgiaStone Mountain ParkDekalb County, GeorgiaOn our way up!BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Lilburn, GeorgiaBAPS Shri Swaminarayan MandirLilburn, GeorgiaThis Hindu temple outside Atlanta is a peaceful refuge. The sculptures are gorgeous and there's an Indian sweets shop on the grounds. Read all the...Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, GeorgiaZoo AtlantaAtlanta, GeorgiaThis is a picture I got of one of the tigers waking up in mid yawn! Beautiful animals!Vortex    L5P, Atlanta, GeorgiaVortex L5PAtlanta, GeorgiaCan't leave Atlanta without trying their burgers.Fire of Brazil, Atlanta, GeorgiaFire of BrazilAtlanta, GeorgiaWant oak fired cured pork ribs? Who are we kidding, of course you do! Want applewood fire smoked beef? Yes? Okay, go here where they do all their...Downtown, Atlanta, GeorgiaDowntownAtlanta, GeorgiaDowntown Atlanta76th Dogwood Festival, Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia76th Dogwood Festival, Piedmont Park, AtlantaAtlanta, GeorgiaScaling a wall in the name of artAtlanta Botonical Gardens, Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta Botonical GardensAtlanta, GeorgiaLarger than life is all I will say...
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