He earned a Bachelor of Arts in mass communications from Auburn University.
General Sherman's ghost may curse you, but modern romantics won't lack for things to do once they know where they're headed in this sprawling metropolitan area.
Modern nicknames for Atlanta include "the ATL" and the unfortunate "Hotlanta," but one of its oldest is "The City in a Forest." While that moniker isn't used as often as it once was, it still rings true when you're standing on top of Stone Mountain.
Afterward, enjoy cocktails and savory bites before stopping by the Kiss Me Arch photo booth to capture the evening’s memories. You and your sweetie will see landmarks including Phipps Plaza, Centennial Olympic Park, Turner Field and the Georgia Dome while flying high in a VIP four-seater Bell Long Ranger helicopter. We’re head over heels for Chef de Cuisine Justin Gottselig’s asparagus agnolotti.
See your city sparkle at night while sitting next to the love of your life. “I usually like to rotate some sort of stuffed pasta that highlights the season,” Justin says. , offers her personal chef services to couples right in the comfort of their own kitchen.
Sign up for a private aerial silks class with Persephone Phoenix at Play Hard Gym.
The hour-long session is not only fun, it also helps to strengthen your core plus empowering your relationship.
The best time to go is spring when the dogwoods are in bloom.
The High Museum of Art is Atlanta's major art museum and a center of culture in the city.
This scenic spot provides panoramic views of Atlanta's famous tree canopy and the skyscrapers of the downtown skyline.
Hike the walk-up trail or take the aerial tramway to the summit at sunset and find your own out-of-the-way stone perch to cuddle up on and watch the sun sink below the horizon.
In the 21st century, it's a dynamic hub of world commerce and fully cosmopolitan but with the best of its Old South charm intact.