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Park 'N Fly Plus
Park 'N Fly Plus 2525 Camp Creek Pkwy. College Park, GA, USA

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PARK 'N FLY - Atlanta
Review on Oct 20, 2017
"Used them a few years ago, not surprised to see the recent break ins, the staff wasnt atte..."
PARK 'N FLY - Atlanta 3950 Conley Street College Park, GA, USA

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WallyPark Atlanta
Review on Apr 6, 2018
"Don't believe their advertisement. This place is not secure and our car had over $2000 of ..."
WallyPark Atlanta3889 Herschel Road College Park, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Park 'N Fly Plus - International
Park 'N Fly Plus - International 2525 Camp Creek Pkwy. College Park, GA, USA

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<p>The US city of Atlanta is situated in the southeastern state of Georgia, near the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. Atlanta is the center of a sprawling metropolitan area of five and a half million people and growing Atlanta's downtown is over there on the horizon, but the rest of the city is a little harder to see, It's under all those trees. Atlanta is blessed with such a thick continuous canopy of greenery. It's often referred to as the city in a forest journey through the city's past at the Atlanta History, a center from the city's beginning as a railway terminal in 1837 and through the plantation era to the American Civil War when the city was almost completely burned. To the ground, the museum holds one of the largest collections of civil war memorabilia in the country but it's not all flags and cannons, many exhibits focus on the human cost of this terrible conflict in 1996.</p>

The Good Side of ATL

<p>The city lit up again this time for the Centennial Olympic Games. Atlanta got all gussied-up and was presented to the world and it just gets more graceful with every passing season. Atlanta today is a dynamic center of innovation and investment, two of its leading corporations are also major tourist attractions go behind the scenes at CNN's global headquarters by taking a guided tour through the television network which pioneered 24-hour news nearby, you can learn some but not all of the secrets behind another little homegrown product at the world of coca-cola, travel along a bottling line and through the 125 year history of a company that produces over a billion gallons of cola every year right next door and containing 10 million gallons of water is the Georgia Aquarium, one of the world's largest the aquarium features, six exhibits from cold-water displays featuring beluga whales to touch tanks, featuring rays crabs and starfish but by far the biggest attraction is a massive saltwater tank the ocean Voyager where you can actually swim with whale sharks. Atlanta is a city filled with architecture synonymous with southern style and grace but for a taste of pure 1920&rsquo;s indulgence step into the Fabulous Fox like a vision from Arabian Nights, the Fox Theater features a ceiling embedded with more stars than a moonless night in Georgia Atlanta, has long been in arts-loving community one of the world's greatest stories gone with the wind, was written and set here. Visit the humble apartment where novelist Margaret Mitchell once lived and worked before her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel set the world on fire while Atlanta's favorite novelist dreamed of bestsellers one.</p>

The Bad Side of ATL

<p>Atlanta son dared to voice the shared dream of millions of African Americans equality, the Martin Luther King junior Historic Site celebrates the journey of one of history's most inspiring men, visit the civil rights leaders humble birthplace, the museum dedicated to his achievements and the Baptist Church where he once preached now lays at eternal rest step back a little farther in time at the fern bird museum of natural history and the adjacent Science Center, which examines history and science from the big bang to more contemporary times, if you prefer your animals a little more active head over to Zoo Atlanta where a fabulous collection of giant pandas, gorillas, giraffes, and rhinos await for a different kind of wildlife spend an hour or two exploring the vintage emporiums and bars in Little Five Points, one of Atlanta's many diverse neighborhoods, Atlanta wears its gracious parks like a Southern Belles ballgown, cool off in Centennial Olympic Park near the city's downtown or stretch out and rest awhile in Midtown's Piedmont Park but for the best views of all head east to Stone Mountain Park, take the scenic train around the 5-mile circumference of the world's largest exposed granite monolith then mosey on up to the summit via the hiking trail or on the summit.Skyride cable car there, it is again Atlanta Georgia sitting pretty under all those trees just waiting to be discovered you.</p>