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Description of the places I liked in Atlanta
Traveling is one of my favorite things to do. Since I have been staying in the US, the rate and scope of my traveling increased. I make frequent trips, both short and long during the holidays, summer or other vacation. I have visited many places throughout the United States among which, my trip to Atlanta, Georgia was a recent one. In Atlanta, there are many places to go and sights to see. For example: Six Flags over Georgia, Stone mountain Park, Atlanta Botanical Garden, and the Atlanta[->0] Braves Stadium, Atlanta Botanical Garden are all in or near the city of Atlanta are some of them.

Six Flags over Georgia is a theme park[->1]. This park is just in the corner of Atlanta. As I recall, I can’t think of anything that they don’t have which other theme parks can have. Everything containing from sweet treats to fun rides was exciting. Six Flags provides many activities for all ages. It is not at all uncommon to see famous cartoon characters, such as Bugs Bunny, roaming around the park. Older children and adults who possess strong stomachs may enjoy riding the various roller coasters available. For example, The Ninja, was my favorite. The Ninja goes up and down steep hills and even loops upside down. Six Flags also has water rides available to keep people cool. My favorite was Thunder River. I was lucky enough to get caught under the waterfall. Six Flags also has games to play and many souvenir shops. As for the sweets I mentioned earlier, the funnel cakes are absolutely delicious. I would highly recommend Six Flags to any of my friends as a place to go when visiting the Atlanta area not only because of its beauty but also for its great look, services and wonderful atmosphere.

Stone Mountain Park is another tourist attraction near Atlanta. The park is located in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Not only is it a fun place to visit, but it is also historical. This mountain is the largest exposed piece of...
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