Atlanta Guidebook 2018: Shops, Restaurants, Entertainment and Nightlife in Atlanta (City Guidebook 2018)


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The places found in this guidebook are the most positively reviewed and recommended by locals and travelers. 2,000 places listed and organized in four groups. “TOP 500 SHOPS” (80 Store Categories), “TOP 500 RESTAURANTS” (78 Cuisine Types), “TOP 500 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT” Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Museums, Art Galleries, Parks, Stadiums, Cinemas, Performing Arts, Music Venues. “TOP 500 NIGHTLIFE SPOTS” Lounges, Bars, Pubs, Gay Bars, Latin Bars, Sports Bars, Hookah Bars, Lounges, Karaoke, Comedy Clubs, Jazz & Blues, Nightclubs, Adult Entertainment and many more options to visit, relax and enjoy your stay.

History – Haunted History – Haunted Atlanta


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Despite continual renovation in the capital of the “New South”, Atlanta boasts many buildings dating back to the Civil War. On a spirited tour of central Georgia, we visit five such venues, including the Kennesaw House and an 1848 house in Marietta, which served as hospitals in the Civil War. The first owners of former plantation houses Lockerly Hall and Barnsley Gardens drop by for visits. And at Andersonville, where 29,000 Union soldiers died in horrifying conditions, many ghosts roam the grounds.

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The Storm Before Atlanta

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(as of Aug 20,2018 20:22:29 UTC – Details)

At a time when most people have grown weary of the war between the states, two young children are desperate to find their way to the battlefields. Jeremy DeGroot wants nothing more than to join a troop as a drummer boy. For Dulcie, a runaway slave, freedom means she must head directly toward the fighting in the hopes that she’ll become “contraband,” that is, property of the Union troops. Both Jeremy and Dulcie find a place with the 107th New York Volunteer Regiment and even start to forge a friendship. But all that is threatened when they cross paths with the mysterious Charlie, a young Confederate soldier, who may look like the enemy but feels more like a friend.

Young readers who like their fiction filled with exciting historical details, rich characters, and action-packed adventures will be drawn to The Storm Before Atlanta.

Atlanta: A Photographic Portrait


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Atlanta. Southern-bred and worldly-wise, this densely forested urban dynamo is an international cultural melting pot renowned for its world-class attractions, culinary and shopping landscapes, and neighborhoods as individual in spirit and mien as the people who make up Atlanta’s diverse communities. Those who call Atlanta home and those who are welcomed as visitors will see, through this brilliant collection of images by Paul Scharff, a bold survivor with Southern grace and charm and international aspirations and achievements.Used Book in Good Condition

Hiking Atlanta’s Hidden Forests: Intown and Out

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Atlanta’s forests are one of the city’s best-kept secrets. In this guide, outdoor leader Jonah McDonald outlines 60 hikes in the metro area, all within 30 miles of Georgia’s Capitol dome. From the well-known Chattahoochee River and Stone Mountain to pristine Arabia Mountain and secluded Hahn Woods, Atlanta hiking is your opportunity to experience the many native birds, wildflowers, historic sites, and champion and sentinel trees of the city. Routes range from less than a mile to 12 miles in length, with options for experienced and casual hikers of all ages. Each entry includes maps, complete driving and hiking directions, trailhead GPS coordinates, and public transport access information. There’s no need to drive to the mountains to get out on the trail! Hiking Atlanta’s Hidden Forests lets you visit state parks, wildlife areas, and nature preserves without leaving the metro area.Hiking Atlanta’s Hidden Forest

Learning to Speak God from Scratch: Why Sacred Words Are Vanishing–and How We Can Revive Them


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As America rapidly becomes a pluralistic, postmodern society, many of us struggle to talk about faith. We can no longer assume our friends understand words such as grace or gospel. Others, like lost and sin, have become so negative they are nearly conversation-enders.
Jonathan Merritt knows this frustration well. After Jonathan moved from the Bible Belt to New York City, he discovered that whenever conversations turned to spirituality, the words he’d used for decades didn’t  connect with listeners anymore. In a search for answers and understanding, Jonathan uncovered a spiritual crisis affecting tens of millions. 
In this groundbreaking book, one of America’s premier religion writers revives ancient expressions through cultural commentary, vulnerable personal narratives, and surprising biblical insights. Both provocative and liberating, Learning to Speak God from Scratch will breathe new life into your spiritual conversations and lure you into the embrace of the God who inhabits them.

Moon Atlanta (Moon Handbooks)

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Skilled writer and journalist Tray Butler offers up his best advice on enjoying Atlanta, from the bustling financial Downtown district to the fabulous flavors of Little Five Points and East Atlanta and beyond.

Butler offers unique trip strategies for a variety of travelers, such as “The Two-Day Best of Atlanta” and “New South, Old Flavors.” Including expert coverage of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the World of Coca-Cola, and Zoo Atlanta, Moon Atlanta gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

When Atlanta Took the Train

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Atlanta! The very name evokes a sense of grandeur and splendor and an aura of dominance. Indeed, today’s Atlanta has no rival. It easily claims the title of the Southeast’s leading commercial and transportation hub. Present-day Atlanta prides itself in having one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, and 100 years ago, it boasted of having the busiest railroad center in the South. At its peak, its passenger stations dispatched countless numbers of trains to every major city in the country. This book recalls the building of the many stations that faithfully served Atlanta and records, with the exception of one, their final reduction to piles of rubble when they were of no further use, only to be remembered on paper and in the memories of those fortunate enough to have witnessed them.