Incredibly moving, US Holocaust Memorial Museum is dedicated to giving visitors a better understanding of how and why the Nazi regime and its collaborators systematically murdered six million European Jews. You can expect a deeply moving yet haunting presentation of the facts and history of this painful historical event, so be prepared to leave with a heavy heart.
In 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.
As my eyes land on the high masonry wall, covered with cascading pink flowers, I spy a colorful estate standing tall behind it. I immediately realize I have arrived at someplace special. Climbing the stairs into Graycliff Hotel‘s main lobby, I quickly feel as if I’m at someone’s home and not a hotel. Old style Nassau is seen, heard, and felt everywhere I look – old world elegance is found in the dark wood furnishings, a jazz singer playing the piano, and a cigar maker rolling the perfect cigars for those want to puff the night away.