Atlanta Georgia to New Orleans Louisiana

Atlanta Georgia to New Orleans Louisiana

ATLANTA GEORGIA


Atlanta Georgia is one of the oldest cities and one of the more metropolitan cities in the US. Once a centre of old-world politeness and the Old South, it has turn out to be the vanguard of the New South combining southern habits with smooth modernism. A journey to Atlanta continues to offer the etiquette and cuisine made well-known in movies like Gone with the Wind. Though, it is also home to three skylines, a growing music manufacturing, and a blooming downtown.

Some links to a few activities that can be done in a day


  • High Museum of Art
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site
  • Centennial Olympic Park
  • Atlanta Botanical Garden
  • World of Coca-Cola
  • Georgia Aquarium

Montgomery, Alabama

Montgomery is the principal metropolis of the U.S. state of Alabama and the region seat of Montgomery County. Richard Montgomery, it stands at the side of the Alabama River, on the coastal Plain of the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to housing many Alabama government agencies, Montgomery has a huge military attendance, due to Maxwell Air Force Base; communal universities Alabama State University, Troy University (Montgomery campus), and Auburn University at Montgomery; two private post-secondary institutions, Faulkner University and Huntingdon College; high-tech developed, as well as Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama; and a lot of cultural attractions, such as the Alabama Shakespeare celebration and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

New Orleans Louisiana


New Orleans Louisiana has history in being an ex french influenced area of the US dating back to the days of European settlers. It is a situated along the Mississippi River and is the most crowded city in Louisiana. A port city, New Orleans is considered an economic and business hub along the Gulf Coast districts which includes states such as Texas and Florida. But with that said, the city's location and low elevation makes it very susceptible to flooding, leading to the obvious architecture set in place to help with water flow and drainage systems.
New Orleans is world-renowned for its distinct music, Creole cuisine, sole dialect, and it’s constant festivities and festivals.