First highlight, Sister Luisa's Church Bar:
It was an interesting cultural experience.
The food was simple.
There were a lot of things that came out of churches.
I find that God is a recurring theme in the South.
I squeezed in a selfie.
This is Sister Louisa. Apparently she went to seminary to become a minister but never finished (and now has a bar).
I found some of the Living Walls while walking about (I was told today by a man in a silly hat that I should clear out before dark and get back to my hotel):
He didn't say, "You're not from around here are you?" but he did say something pretty close.
And the original Coca-Cola bottling facility (the building in the foreground). Apparently the World of Coca Cola is a point of interest for tourists here but I did not go.
I did, however, manage to visit the High Museum on Friday night where I saw some American art, mostly modern and some Arts and Crafts:
Like a crochet chair.
Something has gone horribly wrong with the rest of my pictures. After spending over an hour loading pictures I find all of a sudden half of them are not here.
Internet service in my hotel room is dicey. I'll load more pics after I get home.