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Kenneth Disraili-Jean

Atlanta Vacation

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Do you see metro Atlanta as a good place to spend a vacation as an out of towner? Do we have enough things to do to keep people interested, and to make them want to come back?

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I think for a local southern destination - Atlanta is a good choice. Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend Atlanta to anyone to fly any long distance just to stay there.

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I agree. Atlanta should concentrate on getting the conventioneer to bring his/her family and stay a coupe of days extra. I just don't see Atlanta as being a vacation destination. No beach, no mountains, no gambling, no Disney...wait, why the hell do I live here again? Oh...that's right $$$$$. That's Atlanta's attraction, great job market, low cost of living. Unfortunately those characteristics don't lend well to a vacation.

"Hey honey, what do you say this year we skip the Caribean and go to Atlanta to see their incredible job market...I hear it's amazing"

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^ Hehe. Well y'all do have that little Las Vegas they busted earlier this week.... :whistling:

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^ Hehe. Well y'all do have that little Las Vegas they busted earlier this week.... :whistling:

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Nor should the state government go for that idea. The decision a resident has to make is - do you want your hometown to become an overpopulated tourist trap or is livability a greater factor. The reason you hear of so many city residents opposing major projects, such as the Beltline (though I do support the project) is that many prefer Atlanta to remain the overgrown small town it is.

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