Although the aquarium was super crowded, we got to see some pretty cool exhibits.
(We also saw the 'Atlanta Rat Tail' exhibit.)
The World of Coke museum was super cool. It has an actual bottling factory inside, and you get to taste Coke products from all over the world -- Japanese Coke tastes really weird! It has also a huge gift shop with every type of Coke merchandise you can imagine.
(Coke memorabilia -- the one just to the right of my head is the oldest piece of memorabilia, it's a Christmas bell and was produced in 1903. The painting is a Norman Rockwell and is worth $2.2 million.)
The traffic in Atlanta was terrible, so we traveled on back roads as much as possible. We saw some interesting sights.
(An "aviation" neighborhood -- there was a grass landing strip and each house had a hangar and/or an airplane parked in the yard.)
(We also found a hole-in-the-wall BBQ joint for some good Texas BBQ and southern-style fried catfish -- neither of which can we get in NC.)
All in all, it was a great trip!