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RE: OT: 3 Things That Make Visiting Your School For A Road Trip Special
Plenty of wineries in the fingerlakes region (about an hour south of syracuse)
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RE: OT: 3 Things That Make Visiting Your School For A Road Trip Special
(12-26-2012 12:02 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  [Image: tumblr_lx1tjyZbLj1qfcrz5o1_500.jpg]


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Others Receiving Votes: Atlanta Braves, Olympic Centennial Park, Georgia Aquarium, Rocky Mountain Pizza Company

I was in the 8th grade last time I went to the Varsity in Atlanta, and I was thoroughly unimpressed.

The best parts of Atlanta are 1) the 1996 Olympic Games (the actual games, not the venues), 2) the 1996 and 1999 Atlanta Braves (the actual teams - both were a ton of fun to watch when they lost to my Yankees), and 3) leaving Atlanta.

*The Coke museum is in the receiving votes category.
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