We were in Georgia for an amazing 10 days! We stayed at my sister-in-laws husbands parents house! Did you keep up with that? haha! They lived about 45 mins north from downtown Atlanta! One of our first things we did when we got to Georgia was go to the Temple! It was so pretty! It was great to start off the trip going to the Temple. Then after we spent the day in midtown Atlanta where we walked around and ate at Gladys Knight's Chicken and Waffles which I would recommend! It was amazing!
Now, downtown Atlanta there was so much to do and it can get very expensive real fast! One thing that me and Travis did to save money was get a CityScape booklet! This booklet is a life saver and allows you to see six different attractions which includes the Aquarium, The Zoo, The College Football Experience, CNN tours, The MLK Museum and the Coca-Cola Factory! This was about 70 dollars a person! Just alone to get into the Aquarium and the Coca-Cola factory would have been 120 total. The pass is good for nine days so it gives you plenty of time to do it all! Anyways, lets talk about the Aquarium, I want to say it is the biggest one in the US and it was HUGE, they had so many different animals and the ticket even comes with a dolphin show which was probably my favorite! It was a little under an hour show and the dolphins and trainers were so entertaining! The next place I loved was the Coca-Cola factory! When you first walk in they give you a cola and you watch a cute 10 min video! There was so much to do there but my favorite had to be the tasting room which you can taste different sodas that Coke manufactures across the world! Travis tasted a really gross one that tasted like vomit, it was from Italy, so if you go BEWARE! I on the other hand kept to tasting the cotton candy flavor soda! After all the museums we went on the Ferris wheel downtown and walked around Continental park!
One day we went to Stone Mountain which is a huge stone that looks like a mountain. We walked all the way up it which I was dying the whole time but the view was worth it! It was so gorgeous and you could see all of Atlanta and all the scenery around us!
We visited a little town called Roswell which had a couple antique shops and little places to eat! We also visited a couple historic plantation houses which we toured, I can't explain how georgous the houses were up there! So beyond pretty! One day we took a walk around the neighborhoods and I probably took a ton of pictures just on the houses! The last day we were there we took a walk down by a little waterfall actually located in a neighborhood! It was so peaceful and pretty!
Okay, I think I covered everything! So go visit Atlanta Georgia! It is so much fun and a ton to do!
The mustard yellow cardigan is similar here!
The rust color sweater I am wearing is so soft! Bonus! they have a ton of colors! Found here!
The striped turtleneck sweater a similar one is found here!
These booties I could do a marathon in...okay maybe not but they are amazing, they are one of my most comfortable shoes I own! They are found here!
Last but not least are my favorite jeans ever! They fit tight around the ankles and don't look all bunched up when I roll them up which I love! They have a bit of a stretch which makes them the best combo ever! Similar found here!