An Atlanta, Georgia Tour Guide ProposalPrepared for: Incubus, BandPrepared by: Regina Sanchez
The opportunity to be An Incubus tour guide would bring infinite joy to myself. Georgia is my home. Therefore, I would like to show you all some of Atlanta's’ delights while in town. Presented here are 5 of the most intriguing places in Atlanta. Each spectacular attraction is it’s own unique entity. I am partial to these points because they offer immeasurable stimulation for the senses, thought, and heart. A Tour Guide Proposal follows.
Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta Georgia has under gone a number of cultural, industrial, and technical revolutions throughout history. Located in the sunbelt, Atlanta is the 7th most visited city in the U.S.A. Atlanta features the worlds largest indoor aquarium, as well as many other wonderful attractions such as Stone Mountain Park, The Atlanta Botanical Garden, The Flying Biscuit Cafe, The Grave Yard Tavern, also numerous others. Please join Me on a tour of our state capital. The flying Biscuit Café http://www.flyingbiscuit.com Atlanta Botanical Gardens http://www.atlantabotanicalgarden.org Stone Mountain Park http://www.stonemountainpark.com Atlanta Aquarium http:///www.georgiaaquarium.org The Graveyard Tavern http://graveyardtavern.com
The Flying Biscuit Cafe Nestled among funky Craftsman bungalows in the heart of Historic Candler Park, the original location of The Flying Biscuit Café is one of Atlanta's favorite spots for brunch. Since opened, the restaurant has tripled in size and the décor, like the food, is eclectic and cheerful. The Flying Biscuit Cafe Features breakfast all day, lunch, & dinner. Delicious meals like organic oatmeal pancakes Favorites like shrimp & grits, and flying fried green tomatoes
The Atlanta Botanical GardensThe Atlanta Botanical Garden is home to the Kended Canopy Walk, a 600-foot-long skywalk touring one of the city's last remaining urban forests, from around 40 feet in the air through the Storza Woods. The Botanical Garden is composed of many gardens, the Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden, two woodland areas, the Children's Garden, tropical rainforests, deserts, & the Orchid Center . The gardens will be especially beautiful during the Autumnal Equinox.
The Georgia Aquarium The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, Georgia, at Pemberton Place, is the world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5 million gallons of marine and fresh water housing more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. The aquarium's notable specimens include four young whale sharks, beluga whales, and manta rays. The aquarium's animals are displayed in six different galleries each corresponding to a specific environment.
Stone MountainStone Mountain Park is home to the largest base relief sculpture in the world. The Confederate Memorial Carving depicts three Confederate leaders of the Civil War, President Davis and Generals Lee & Jackson.Stone mountain offers miles of hiking trails, a sky ride, scenic train rides, festivals, dining, resorts, riverboat tours, paddle boats, logging, camping and more. Stone Mountain is a quartz monzonite dome. The top of the mountain is a landscape of bare rock and rock pools, & provides views of the surrounding area including the skyline of downtown Atlanta, often Kennesaw Mountain, and on very clear days even the Appalachian Mountains.
The Grave Yard Tavern East Atlanta, Georgia A Sunny Place for Shady People...Located in the heart of East Atlanta Village, The Graveyard Tavern offers great food, great drinks, and great fun for all. The graveyard tavern has an amazing menu with Southern Home classics, gourmet duck platters, stuffed mushroom ravioli, signature burgers, sandwiches, soups & salads, sweet potatoes fries vegetarian meals, seafood, a delicious variety of signature wings , & so much more The bar menu lists 41 verities of draft and bottled beer, red wine, white wine, & specialty drinks.
See Ya’ll Soon I hope that you enjoyed a peek at some of the splendors of Atlanta. So please join me & lets meander trough Atlanta, from the depths of the sea to the tops of the trees. I aim to please.