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Atlanta is a destination with something for everyone, whether you are traveling on business, taking a family vacation, or looking for a romantic getaway. Ann Burgess' well-written guide includes maps of Atlanta's downtown and surrounding neighborhoods. Atlanta Alive! contains detailed information in every category, including family activities to please children from toddlers to teens, with theme parks, sports, and outdoor adventures to keep everyone busy; sites and tours, from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond; restaurants, from traditional to trend-setting; hotels in every neighborhood, from budget to extravagant; nightlife, shopping, and cultural activities for every taste.
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