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As the gateway to the New South, Atlanta has certainly come a long way since it burned to the ground during General William Tecumseh Sherman’s March to the Sea in 1864. And while remains of the Civil War are still a big draw for visitors — the Kennesaw Mountain/National Battlefield Park and Cheatham Hill specifically, there is much more to this great city than 150-year-old confrontations. Atlanta boasts the world’s largest aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola museum, a world-class zoo, an impressive botanical garden, and Federal parks highlighting the life and works of native son Martin Luther King, Jr. Reinvigorated neighborhoods scattered throughout the city, such as Virginia-Highlands, Midtown and Buckhead, are easy to navigate on foot and boast great shopping, dining and nightlife. Progressive yet rich in history, Atlanta truly has something for everyone.
Yellowstone National Park
On the Wyoming-Montana Border, Yellowstone is the country’s first and arguably finest national park. One day you’re watching a towering geyser by the name of Old Faithful erupt. The next day you’re going eyeball to eyeball with buffalo, elk, and moose in Hayden Valley, a favorite wildlife hangout far away from the road. The more adventurous can hike to the summit of 10,243-foot peak, Mount Washburn, or cast out the fly for trout on some of the clearest water you’ll ever see.
The massive and elaborate Atlantis Paradise Island Resort & Casino in the Bahamas is themed as the Lost Continent of Atlantis and you could get lost in its extensive water playgrounds — 11 pools plus two giant waterslides. Kids have more than a dozen activities and entertainment options designed especially for them, so they’re unlikely to cry boredom. Atlantis’ spa, 35 restaurants and lounges, and huge casino aim to please adults. Wildlife lovers will appreciate the world’s largest open-air marine habitat built into separate lagoons that feature hundreds of species of tropical fish, sharks, stingrays, and even piranhas. Oh, there’s also a beach to enjoy the sparkling white sand and emerald waters of the Caribbean.