Further, it is still on the Peachtree Street, which later in Buckhead in the Peachtree Road. By the way, Atlanta has 32 streets, all to do with Peachtree, as one can get confused already. So be careful what is meant by Peachtree.
On the way to Buckhead there are right and left many stores, shopping strips, residential buildings, office buildings, bars, pubs and restaurants for every taste. Even here you have the opportunity to relax in one of the sidewalk cafe’s. A Coca-Cola, Ice tea or hot days, even a taste of American beer is not bad. The California wine tastes even the best wine connoisseur. Besides the many restaurants there are enough fast food places like McDonald, Burger King, Arbys, Taco Bell is for everyone
Past St. Philip Cathedral we reach Buckhead. What is there to see?
Buckhead you should have seen when you’re in Atlanta, or one has not seen Atlanta. Buckhead is also known as the shopping, dining and entertainment paradise. The best shops for antiques, jewelry, and arts and crafts here. Similarly, the best restaurants, bars, discos and clubs. The core of this district extends from the Peachtree Road in Buckhead center, on the West and East Paces Ferry Road to Piedmont Road.
Residential area of superlatives
The West Paces Ferry Road, turn left on Peachtree Rd, right at the Atlanta History Center over. In the Atlanta History Center, the museum exhibits from the civil war shows, the Swan House, Tully Smith House and McElreath Hall.
This whole area is the residential area of superlatives from Atlanta. Powerful villas that are located in vast gardens on display. The beautiful old trees with the magnificent southern magnolia is a feast for the eyes. Continue on West Paces Ferry, we arrive at the Governor’s Mansion past that has been built 1968th Those interested in a tour, every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 -12 Clock, you can visit the lower rooms free. Compared with the Governor’s Mansion resides Ann Cox. They say she was one of the richest women in America.
After that you should make a detour to the Tuxedo Rd to the West Paces Ferry departs from the right. Even here there are huge villas, nestled in park-like facilities. Passing the House Robert Woodruff, former president of Coca-Cola. If one leaves this residential area, can be understood as the name Tuxedo Rd has formed.
Back on Peachtree Rd to get to Lenox Square and the Atlanta Financial Center, a huge glass case. Again, there are again many hotels and office buildings. Jazz fans are the same as the Swiss Hotel Dante in the outstanding jazz every night is played against.
Who the Lenox Square Mall has not seen before, should now take the opportunity. Compared to the Lenox Mall is the Phipps Plaza, a shopping mall with stores like Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Ave. Tiffany, Parisian, and more. It is very elegant, expensive, and the shopping center of superlatives. For shopping, you should not forget your credit card. If you have time, could Peasant restaurant on the second floor during lunch pampered in itself. Excellent food with very good service. In the Buckhead Diner on Piedmont Rd, you can eat cheap and abundant. The best steaks you get in the famous Bone Steak & Sea Food Restaurant (also on the Piedmont Rd).
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