We join Michelle on the ice at Centennial Park where the park becomes a winter wonderland. Next it's Bald Eagles soaring, and giant anacondas slithering we meet up with David at Georgia Southern’s Center for Wildlife Education. Then It’s out to lunch with Chef Marvin Woods, Food Truck style, a trendy Atlanta craze that is always on the move. We continue with Rickey to one of the state’s newly preserved Civil War battlefields Resaca, which brings visitors back to May 1864. And Historic Albany Georgia, from its Creek Indian beginnings to the industrious vision of the city’s founder.
All that and more on the next Georgia Traveler!
Chef Marvin Woods takes on Street Food Thursdays! This social gathering is located on the corner of Peachtree & 15th Street. Atlanta's best food trucks, from Yumbii to the King of Pops, are parked on the plaza to serve lunch
It’s one of the most beautiful Civil War sites in Georgia. In 1864 Confederate soldiers fought with forces of Union General William T. Sherman. About 28-hundred northern and southern men died in the Battle of Resaca. When local resident Mary Green, saw these soldiers had no proper burial she convinced her father to donate a corner of his property for a cemetery. She raised money to give 440 southern soldiers a proper burial, a headstone, and an eternal resting place.
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