Atlanta International Youth Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Atlanta
We arrived in Atlanta at about 7am and headed towards the hostel. It was raining but less than a mile away and we'd been sat for 9 hours so we decided to walk it. When we got to the hostel, someone was leaving and kindly let us in, but we found that there was no one on reception so waited in the lounge. About an hour later a woman walked in and was …
Atlanta, Georgia was a special place. I not only got to learn so much about the inspirational figure of Martin Luther King Jr but I also got to become friends with some fantastic people from my hostel. It truly made my time in Atlanta special for me.
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Flight #1: Tucson > Atlanta, MD90, 160 seats
I took the metro (MARTA) from the Atlanta airport to North Ave. station, which took about twenty minutes. I circled the station trying to get my bearings. On the corner of Peachtree and Ponce de Leon I was approached by a tall, lanky, black homeless guy. As many of his type do he began …
Bueno gente, tarde pero seguro, va un resumen de mi viaje a Atlanta el mes pasado (octubre).
Resulta que en la Uni tuvimos "Fall Break" (recreo de otoño) y yo me quise ir a New Orleans. Pero cuando hablé con Lucila, otra argenta becada que está allá, me dice "y por que no nos vamos a Atlanta?" En Atlanta también está NAcho, otro becado, pero a …
Another nice fine day. Decided I had enough information on A.T. so spent day writing letter, postcards and reading. Helped old Negro fill out hospital forms. Stayed second night at Youth Hostel.