Category Archives: US

Center for Civil and Human Rights

Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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5 Reasons to Visit Georgia Aquarium

Visiting Georgia Aquarium and similar water parks for me is worth doing. If for other people see it as only for kids and young at heart, I do not agree on such belief. I am adult who still enjoys learning and the aquarium provides that kind of discovery. Georgia Aquarium is former World’s Largest Aquarium in the World until 2012.

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It’s all about Georgia Aquarium

Warning!!! This post describes experience while visiting Georgia Aquarium last November 2015. What I saw at that time may probably different right now as the aquarium went to renovations and improvements for the past two years. Since it was my last day in Atlanta as the next day was my return flight to my country, I felt like I have

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Shaping Sound at The Fabulous Fox

Honestly I am eager in exploring USA. Though the first city that I had visited in the country was not famous as New York, Chicago or even Los Angeles, but I have this attitude to explore the place wherever I am whether its popular or not, I believe there is always something to learn or discover in every place and

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Six (6) Atlanta City Walks

When the weather in Atlanta becomes better, I took my chance to walk in some part of the city during my last weekend and last Friday in the metropolis. I grouped my walk in six major places as listed below. The order of these places that I saw in my leisure walk  around the city are not necessarily based on

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Strolling at Underground Atlanta (The City Beneath the City – Atlanta Walk Part 6)

When I reached Woodruff Park and as I walked along Peachtree St NW, I found another place that caught my interest to have a leisure walk and that was Underground. I first heard Underground place from my colleague at work based in Atlanta. And he recommended me to go there and have some time to look around. When I saw

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Strolling at Downtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northwest – Atlanta Walk Part 5)

After coming from Centennial Olympic Park, my journey in exploring the city continues. I walked towards Andrew Young International Blvd NW and turned right in Carnegie Way NW until I reached it end at Forsyth St NW. From there I crossed the street to reach Margaret Mitchell Square which located between Forsyth St NW and Peachtree St NW. Margaret Mitchell

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Strolling at Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta Walk Part 4)

The next place that I walked around was Centennial Olympic Park just beside Pemberton Place. While walking towards the park, I admired who did the urban planning of the area. Thinking how they carefully thought about the location of two major tourist destination Pemberton Place and Centennial Olympic Park. Because both locals and visitors can enjoy these places as it

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Strolling at Pemberton Place (Atlanta Walk Part 3)

Pemberton Place is home of popular city tourist spots such as Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world until 2012, the World of Coca-Cola museum where the Coca-Cola secret formula is hidden in their vault and Center for Civil and Human Rights where you may have a chance to listen the unimaginable experience of people because of color discrimination

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Strolling at Downtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northeast – Atlanta Walk Part 2)

My walks in Midtown ended when I reached North Avenue NE. That is the border of Midtown and Downtown Atlanta. Since I am still in Peachtree St NE, I continued my stroll in the city. The significant things that I found in this walks are Bank of America Plaza, Emory University Hospital, SunTrust Plaza and Hardy Ivy Park. Below are some of

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Strolling at Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northeast – Atlanta Walk Part 1)

After visiting Margaret Mitchell House last November 20, 2015, I thought that it was still early to wrap-up my day and since its my last day in Atlanta, as soon as I left the museum past 5 PM in the afternoon, I decided to walk the Peachtree Street. I know that there are so many streets named with Peachtree in

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Visiting and Exploring World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta? What can you Expect?

I was in USA for the first time and only by myself due to professional assignment. But we know that even we travel because of business reason in one place, we all try to grab our chance for fun if possible. We all have different ways how we define having fun while traveling, right? But for me, I define ‘fun’ by

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United States of America – An Introduction To The Country With No Singular Specific Cultural Identity

Yeah I know the title was not that good. A lot of people may raise their eye brows on me and looking at me like “How dare you to say that?”. I didn’t mean bad thing when I made that title, I didn’t even think a negative about it. I know that the time I spent in USA was not

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