Beautifully designed, The Center for Civil and Human Rights is a somber reminder of a turbulent time from our not so distant past. This museum features engaging exhibits focused on the American Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr’s life through his assassination, and the ongoing Global Human Rights Movement. [Read more…]
In the Old Fourth Ward on the eastside of Atlanta, the former warehouse and showrooms of the Sears, Roebuck & Company have been renovated into Ponce City Market, one of Atlanta’s hottest spots. Affectionately called PCM by Atlantans, this marketplace is for both locals and visitors to eat, shop, and play. [Read more…]
The fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana is the setting for the Netflix smash hit, Stranger Things. Many exterior filming locations are actual places in and around Atlanta. Fans can take a self-guided tour to many of these iconic landmarks. My family jumped in the car, drove to Atlanta, and here’s what we saw. [Read more…]
Calling all couples that like great local food, long walks, antiquing, and giving a new sport a try. If this describes you, then Sandy Springs, GA is your kind of place. Adjacent to Atlanta’s perimeter lies the town of Sandy Springs. Once within Atlanta’s city limits, Sandy Springs incorporated as a town just 11 years ago and since then has grown into weekend getaway destination. [Read more…]
Famous for peaches, The Atlanta Braves, and President Jimmy Carter, Atlanta is a top travel destination in the Southeast for families. Book a stay in downtown Atlanta, so your family can walk to world-class attractions like Georgia Aquarium, World of Coco-Cola, CNN Headquarters, and Center for Human and Civil Rights.