Plan Your Trip to the Georgia Aquarium

Posted by admin on July 16th, 2010

No matter how hot the weather may get during your summer visit to Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll always find something cool at the Georgia Aquarium. The aquarium is now better now than ever with the recently reopened Cold Water Quest gallery, featuring beluga whales, harbor seals, and a completely new African penguin exhibit. If you’re lucky enough to come during feeding time, you can watch the animals go crazy for the specially-designed “clam cannons.” Read the rest of this entry »

No Shortage of Wireless in this City

Posted by admin on July 16th, 2010

Each year Forbes magazine ranks the top ten most wired cities in America. This year, Atlanta ranked 2nd in the nation for most access and availability to wireless internet, which is great news if you’re planning on spending any time here. No matter where you are or why you need to be online, chances are you won’t have trouble connecting to the internet. Atlanta is also staying steady, maintaining its number 2 spot from last year. Read the rest of this entry »

Atlanta on the small screen

Posted by admin on July 1st, 2010

If you paid attention to the new programming last season, you might have recognized Atlanta’s metro region in two new shows. Both Vampire Diaries and Past Life have been shooting there, proving the city is equally adept at playing both the Big Apple and the sultry southern small town.Vampire Diaries is a teenaged version of the hit HBO show True Blood. Like its predecessor, Vampire Diaries is also based on a book series by L. J. Smith. It’s a familiar premisehuman girl Elena Gilbert falls for vamp Stefan Salvatorebut under developer Kevin Williamson’s wing, it became a story about the dark secrets of a small town. Fans in Atlanta can visit many of the series’s locales, including Covington and other communities. Read the rest of this entry »


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