There was this huge concert in Atlanta, and I drove all ten hours there in one straight shot. When I pulled up to my hotel, though, all of my trouble lights came on. I panicked, and had the front desk call me a tow truck. Turns out the pulleys in my engine were shot, and they shredded my serpentine belt.
They ordered the belt, but it was going to take a while until it arrived. So, I decided to make like a tourist and check out some of the sights.
Though I did not originally plan on such a way to visit Atlanta, I was glad I did. I took a tour of the city and saw a load of good sites. My Atlanta tour took me all over the city, and showed me some of the coolest spots I otherwise would never have known about.
I am not a big baseball fan, but I found myself loving Turner field, which was the first stop on my Atlanta tour. Although, I did not like the next stop on my Atlanta tour, which was BabyLand, the birthplace of the Cabbage Patch Kids. I mean, it was cool, but they always freaked me out as a kid.
My Atlanta tour even showed me a Tyrannosaurs Rex skeleton at the Fernbank Museum. The Georgia Aquarium, Legoland, the Red Brick Brewing Company were the next stops on my Atlanta tour, and it was the time of my life.
I would definitely recommend you to tour Atlanta if you get the chance. You can find plenty of good Atlanta events. There are plenty of travel sites to help you with Atlanta info if you want it, as well.
Does anyone else have any other favorite spots that I did not get to see on my Atlanta tour? Please share in the comments. References: findatlantatours.com