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Aunt Fannys Cabin Restaurant in Atlanta

Aunt Fanny's Cabin. It was a restaurant in Smyrna, Ga. They had movie stars fly in from Hollywood just to get a meal there.

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Pittypat’s Porch, located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, was named after Scarlett O’Hara’s aunt in the film, “Gone with the Wind”. The restaurant, which has been open since 1967, is an Atlanta Tradition.


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The Varsity restaurant, Atlanta Georgia institution since 1928.

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100 Dishes to Eat Before You Die - Atlanta

Savannah, Georgia has been named no.7 on Travel + Leisure's list of the World's Best Cities!

Fishermans Wharf, an Francisco. The first stop of the journey :)

Dahlonega, Georgia: - Old gold mining town in the north Georgia mountains. Lots of history there.

Six Feet Under Atlanta Restaurant in Grant Park - great seafood, pub fare, upstairs patio overlooking the Historic Oakland Cemetary. Great Atlanta restaurant for casual dining and drinks.

I just happen to run across this, one of my favorite places to eat in Atlanta. Atmosphere doesn’t get much better then this. Canoe restaurant sits on the Chattahoochee River, nestled into the quaint Vinings area of Atlanta.

Atlanta’s a big city, and it can be overwhelming to navigate for first-time (or even seasoned) visitors. Our city guide breaks down the best in restaurants, bars, attractions, shopping, and hotels to take some of that pressure off.

Unique restaurants in Atlanta. Love this.

Elevators carry you 723 feet to the observatory View Level atop The Westin Peachtree Plaza, the tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere. From this level, take in the 360-degree panorama of the magnificent Atlanta skyline and gaze through one of the telescopes for a bird’s eye view of the city. The View Level offers Atlanta’s best view of Atlanta and is the perfect place to observe Atlanta’s famed landmarks, stadiums and natural features.

Coffee and crepes...Julianna's Cafe | Inman Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Mount San Michel, France, engulfed by the water at certain times revealing the splendor of construction. Set in a medieval town called Avranches, this monastery was fortified in the thirteenth century. Beset by traveling pilgrims, best to visit after city closes its gates if you can get a hotel room on the island.

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