This week on Georgia Traveler… Meet the pizza maestro of Atlanta. We fire up the ovens at Antico and bake the finest pizza pie this side of Naples.
And the Road goes on in Macon…We’re off to the Big House, a museum dedicated to the musical brilliance of the Allman Brothers Band
Next we hop on over to Atlanta’s Sweetwater Brewing Company and discover how this West Coast-style brewery won over the South.
All aboard the Misty Mountain railroad in Blairsville, a 34-hundred square foot model railroad that you’ve got to see to believe.
We then embark on a scavenger hunt at two Southeast Georgia State parks…From George L. Smith to Magnolia Springs, it’s time to go Geo-caching.
We journey back in time to explore the earth’s largest dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of ...Tue 1:30am:
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We journey to Noah’s Ark, an amazing animal sanctuary in Locust Grove, where lions, tigers and ...
Antico was inspired by pizza maestro Giovanni Di Palma, who learned from his grandparents in Naples, Italy the secrets to making great pizza. Some sources say it’s the best pizza in the United States. Chef Marvin takes us behind the scenes with Pizzaiolo Giovanni to learn how true authentic Italian pizza is made. At Antico, the pizza is served until the dough runs out.
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Charles Griffin of Blairsville followed his dream and created the largest home-based model train railroad in the world. This magical display is the result of 2 years of planning, seven years of construction and the creative genius of his fellow train enthusiasts. From Gainesville to Atlanta and everything in between these mini locomotives peruse the towns and tunnels of North Georgia.
Travel LinksMisty Mountain Model Railroad
Twin City, Ga.
Georgia’s State Parks are a sight to behold. There are more than 60 of these beautiful parks and historic sites spread throughout the state. On this adventure, we explore a couple of Southeast Georgia Gems, starting in Twin City at George L. Smith state park and ending Magnolia Spring State Park in Millen, GA. David explores these parks through Geocaching…A GPS driven treasure hunt in 43 state parks known as the geo-challenge. David gets a little lesson from a Geocaching experts and then sets out on his own.
Travel LinksGeocaching at Georgia State Parks