The city has some pretty corners.
I walked around a bit even though I wasn't supposed to.
Not a lot of classical architecture (maybe because we burned it all during the Civil War?)
The Living Walls previously mentioned notwithstanding, not a lot of graffiti or street art.
I forgot to add this into the Center for Puppetry Arts earlier. I liked that place.
I did manage to bring bag a souvenir from Sister Louisa's - I never thought I would add stickers to my laptop but I couldn't resist this one.
Several years ago I interviewed for a job in Hammond, Louisiana. I thought afterwards that I may be able to move to the South or I may be able to move to a small town but I wouldn't be able to move to a small town in the South. After going to Atlanta (first time for me) I can confidently say that I never want to live in the Southern United States. Not my cup of tea.