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Atlanta is the heart of the new South and has earned the nickname "Little Hollywood" since it has become a film industry hotspot. This sprawling metropolitan city has limited public transportation, so you'll want to arrange for a rental car when you land at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL).
To enjoy the sunshine or cool off from the summer heat, head to Centennial Olympic Park. In the center of the park is a water fountain where children and the young at heart can get a little relief from Atlanta's humid summer days. Around the holidays, enjoy a nostalgic skating session on the Park's seasonal ice skating rink.
Head downtown to visit the home where Margret Mitchell wrote her epic story about the Civil War and Reconstruction period, "Gone With The Wind." Just down the road off exit 249 of I-75/85, you can visit the Fox Theater, where the movie version of her book premiered in 1939. Clark Gable was famously on hand for the showing.
When flying between the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Atlanta, your flight should take about two hours. Hartsfield-Jackson International is the busiest in the world, with five domestic terminals. To access the Rental Car Center at ATL, take a quick five minute ride on the SkyTrain.