Great Travel Suggestions about What to Do in Atlanta

The Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta is famous globally for the number of moving passenger every day. It is probably one of the busiest airports. The profound Southern roots of the city are evident from what it has to offer, and to add to it, the city is no less of a modern metropolis either with entertainment, good food, and world-class attractions. Below you would find out some of the greatest suggestions about all that you can do in Atlanta:


The Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is one of the latest attractions of Atlanta and there is a very preliminary reason for you to go visit this one – it is the largest aquarium in the whole world. The main activity that you can engage yourself in here is going underwater! You are in for a magnificent view that is going to remain one of the best-est memories ever! Only divers are allowed to get inside the tunnel of Ocean Voyager exhibit. You get to see more than 50 exhibits that showcase the wide range of marine life. These include gigantic whale sharks, playful belugas and otters, and some ethereal jellyfish.

World of Coca-Cola


The “headache remedy” from the 1800s by Dr. John S. Pemberton was never expected to be the most recognized beverage in the world. Visit the gallery where you can taste free samples of the 63 kinds of beverages that are marketed by Coca-Cola in countries all around the world. Find out facts about the history of Coca-Cola and walk through their galleries that are specially designed to exhibit the advertising campaigns and the bottling processes.

Inside CNN Studio Tour


The world headquarter of the news channel that is followed by the world over, CNN Center, offers visitors a view into the news production techniques. The tour starts with the world’s longest escalator that is freestanding; you can take a ride in it. You can even try “cold reading” the news inside Studio 7E. You can watch a live newscast in front of you. Also, you can check out the control room of the station during the studio tour where the staff gives you real-time directions and explanations of the technology that has been used.

High Museum of Art

The architecture of the building Renzo Piano and Richard Meier will catch your attention right at the beginning, but there are many more marvels that wait inside. The curatorial department that is devoted entirely to folk art is a must-visit. The High Museum is primarily famous for the great collection in American art from the 19th and 20th century. There are artworks over 12,000 in number that are the museum’s permanent collection. These include works by Auguste Rodin, Roy Lichtenstein, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Robert Rauschenberg.

The Fox Theatre

The designs of this magnificent landmark date back to the 1920s. This used to be the Yaraab Temple Shrine Mosque back then, opulent and royal. Presently, the mosque turned Theatre has become of the most loved places in Atlanta that presents various theatrical shows by the biggie Broadway.

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Last December 3, 2009, being a new ePassport Applicant set an appointment through the DFA’s Passport Application Appointment System just following the procedures and encoding important information’s including my personal email for confirmation and schedule of appointment.
The following day dated December 4, 2009 upon receiving the e-mail confirmation I had prepared the important documents such as National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate and Original Valid ID (Voter’s ID, digitized SSS ID and original supporting documents indicating full name name, date and place of birth and citizenship) applicable to my personal application. For other requirements applicable to the new applicant(s)  can access The next step  I did was by accomplishing the Passport Application Form. Other documents required  was a printed copy of the confirmation email and original and photocopy of my passport and duly accomplished form.
Other contents in the confirmation email was an information for me to proceed to Gate 3, window 26 or 28 at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Pasay City, Philippines from 10:00 – 11:00 AM dated December 8, 2009 for the processing of my electronic passport. I had preferred the regular processing of my passport with passport fee amounting to Nine Hundred Fifty pesos only (Php.950.00) for 25 working days which is less expensive compared to rush processing fee to the amount of One Thousand Two Hundred Pesos (Php.1,200.00) for 15 working days.

Lastly, I had subscribed to a courier company (optional) within the DFA area for the delivery of my electronic passportt in my employer’s office after 25 working days, whichever is earlier.