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... filled with living plants to form beautiful animals and plants. You can see in the pictures. We spent a few hours there exploring, found all the displays thanks to Sarah and Emma approaching it like a treasure hunt and looked at the orchid house. We had some lunch and then made friends with the Atlanta Metro system which got us back to the hotel. We had a quick dip in the pool to cool down and then got ready ...
... car return and it was time for dinner.
We walked 30mins to midtown to a fantastic southern style restaurant called Mary Mac's Tea Rooms which was established in 1945. Great southern food; fried chicken, shrimp and grits, cheese and vegetable soufflé, mac 'n' cheese (but not as you know it). A rather popular restaurant as we understand it.
We look forward to exploring Atlanta tomorrow.
Cheers, the Berrys
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
... and tree lined streets, and everyone we bumped into was super friendly. We visited the Walking Dead shop so Hils could slay some zombies with Darryl, and had a great coffee (the first one) in a cute little café, obviously popular with the locals, and was a film location in the series. We had a quick look at some of the other film locations then kept on pushing through to a national park just out of Atlanta called stone mountain, for a hike up a huge ...
... fourteen Atlanta men got together and founded the Atlanta Historical Society; Walter McElreath (1867-1951) led the group that began by publishing a history bulletin (last published in 2006). The group remained small till 1986, when Beverly DuBose donated a collection of Civil War artifacts and the current museum was built. Since then, a $15 million museum opened (1993); an expansion was completed (1996); a fourth permanent exhibit ...
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