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Visit the Tellus Science Museum

Visit the Tellus Science Museum March 31, 2012 | What's New | Read More
  The Tellus Science Museum combines educational experiences and fun. The museum features a mineral gallery, a science in motion gallery, and a fossil gallery. Take your children to explore and learn about the creatures that are found in a typical Georgia backyard. This year-round exhibit helps...

The Legoland Discovery Center Has Opened

The Legoland Discovery Center Has Opened March 23, 2012 | What's New | Read More
  Are you looking for an indoor attraction to enjoy with the family? Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta  opened in March 2012 in Phipps Plaza in Buckhead. The center includes a factory tour, which helps visitors see how the bricks are made. The center also has a 4D cinema , complete with LEGO studios...

Stay and Play at Georgia’s State Parks

Stay and Play at Georgia’s State Parks March 17, 2012 | What's New | Read More
  If you simply cannot get enough of the natural beauty in Georgia’s parks, consider extending your visit. Several of the parks have lodges or cabins that provide a great option for personal or group retreats. Amicalola Falls, for example has a beautiful lodge, a great fit for people who...

Play and Escape to the Barnsley Gardens Resort

Play and Escape to the Barnsley Gardens Resort February 29, 2012 | What's New | Read More
This week I had the pleasure of visiting Barnsley Gardens Resort in Adairsville, Georgia. Guests at the resort stay in one of 36 of the cute cottages on the property. Each of the cottages has a different look, and together, they look like homes that are straight out of a fairy tale. The cottages are...

Do You Like Living Foods?

Do You Like Living Foods? February 23, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Do you like crispy fresh lettuce, stuffed with tomatoes and avocado? Have you tried cashew nut pate smeared on crispy dehydrated flax seed crackers? There are several options in town for people who like or want to try living food or raw food cuisine. What is living food? Living food is food that is alive...

Great Black History Exhibits in Atlanta

Great Black History Exhibits in Atlanta February 15, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Don’t let another Black History month pass by without visiting some of the great areas in Atlanta that commemorate some of the achievements of African Americans. The Martin Luther King Center is a first and obvious choice. When you arrive at the center, you can pay your respect to Dr. King and...

New International Terminal at Hartsfield Jackson Airport

New International Terminal at Hartsfield Jackson Airport February 4, 2012 | What's New | Read More
A new 1.2 million square foot international terminal, the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International terminal will open at Hartsfield Jackson airport in March 2012. The terminal adds 12 gates to the airport and will increase the number of restaurants and shopping boutiques at the airport. Healthier foods...

Take a Romantic Trip to the Georgia Mountains

Take a Romantic Trip to the Georgia Mountains January 26, 2012 | What's New | Read More
Path on Red Top Mountain The Red Top mountain state park is short drive outside of Atlanta. You can get to the mountains in about an hour, and thankfully the drive is an easy one, if you take Interstate 75. Even if you are not an experienced hiker, Red Top Mountain might be an option for trying...

Restaurants With the Most Romantic Views in Atlanta

Restaurants With the Most Romantic Views in Atlanta January 8, 2012 | What's New | Read More
The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar and View,  located on top of the Westin Peachtree Hotel has a romantic ambiance with views of the Atlanta skyline . Visit the restaurant on a clear evening and watch the city lights below as this spinning restaurant slowly rotates. On special occasions or “just because”...

Plan for a New Year of Travel

Plan for a New Year of Travel December 1, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Photo by Mattlem Mon Whether you like it or not, the New Year is approaching. Why not begin to make your resolutions (and plans to keep them) now? Do you feel that you traveled enough in 2011, or do you regret spending so many beautiful, sunny days indoors.  Let’s not repeat the past. Make your travel...
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