Sleep Inn Atlanta Airport Hotel

Address: 1911 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30337, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Southern Atlanta/Airport area of Atlanta, is near College Park Municipal Golf Course, Browns Mill Golf Club, Fish Statue, and Muffler Man.
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Travel Blogs from Atlanta

And So it Begins

A travel blog entry by clairemk14 on Jan 12, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

Today began a new adventure for me....I left Pensacola this morning and am currently at the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight to Washington DC. From DC I'll go to London, then after a 13 hr layover I'll head to Johannesburg and finally I take a small flight to Gaborone, my final destination. At the University of Botswana, I'll be studying public health with my classes focusing on the issues in Botswana and I'll also be taking a ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by followourfeet on Jan 10, 2015

10 photos

... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...

Rio Here I Come!

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 29, 2014

44 photos

... was catch a cab and get back to my hostel.  Of course, there were no taxis waiting anymore as there had been earlier in the day.  Therefore, I walked down the street with three Australian guys that were also trying to hail a cab.  We finally managed to get one but he was charging a fortune.  The next one had a metre so I knew I'd get a fair price.  I finally made it back to the hostel around 22:00.  What a long ...

Martin Luther King

A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Oct 10, 2014

18 photos

During my 8 hour layover in Atlanta, Georgia I decided to go see the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial. He was an amazing person that led the American civil rights movement and changed history for many people with non violence and I wanted to learn more about him rather than in a book or TV show. Seeing this in person is a very different and rewarding experience.
I found Atlanta to be primarily a very friendly and helpful southern black community and ...

Study Abroad Blog 4

A travel blog entry by jpunyarthi3 on Jun 24, 2014

... factor standing for said country. The public live and breathe soccer in Europe. Little children are seen kicking a soccer ball in the streets, laughing giddily as they play. The locals wear soccer journeys and on game day come wearing their team’s scarves, banners, and even face paint. Soccer is a cause for celebration and acts fundamentally in defining the cultural landscape for ...