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Blackburn, England, United Kingdom
October 24, 2013
From journal A Few Days in Atlanta
January 5, 2007
From journal Heart of the Peachtree State
August 24, 2006
From journal Atlanta, as Seen During an Overnight Layover
San Francisco, California
July 18, 2006
Either way it is beautiful. It has some Olympic history and pays homage to the Olympics that were held in Atlanta, I believe in '96? There are tons of fun fountains for kids to play in, and flowers and other pretty things, just like your regular average park.
Overall, I'd say stop in if you like the Olympics, or if you just want a quiet haven to catch your breath in the middle of the city.
From journal Atlanta
New York, New York
July 18, 2005
From journal Brief Business in Atlanta
May 23, 2003
It is a large park with dancing fountains in the shape of the olympic rings, picnic areas, visitors centre and staging for shows. As we went during the independence day celebrations, we were treated to entertainment by day and night with food stalls, etc. the carnival started and ended here and the massive fireworks display was held here.
The park seems to be the centre for most of the entertainment in Atlanta, but even when nothing is going on it is a very pleasant place to stroll or have a picnic. The fountains were always full of kids jumping in and out of the dancing water jets.
Our hotel overlooked the park, so we were able to see the park in all it’s glory day and night.
From journal Atlanta on the Fourth of July
June 27, 2000
From journal Atlanta - small city/southern charm