History buffs can tour the landmarks and trace the events that led to the Civil War and Civil Rights while working Atlanta travel nursing jobs. Segway Tours of the city get you up close and personal to landmarks and monuments like the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, the legendary Ebenezer Baptist Church and The King Center. Civil War fans can trace the steps of General Sherman and his March to the Sea.
Shoppers on Atlanta travel nursing jobs can browse the many boutiques, galleries, and antique shops in Midtown, Virginia Highland, and Little Five Points. Taking a stroll around downtown Atlanta offers several attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, Children’s Museum, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Studio tour, 200-foot SkyView Ferris wheel, and Centennial Olympic Park. Nearby are Zoo Atlanta and Stone Mountain Theme Park for family fun.
Southern and International Cuisine!
Food lovers on Atlanta travel nursing jobs are happy to learn that there are not only great restaurants in Atlanta, but culinary districts offering plenty of variety. When you’ve finished sampling the cuisine in the Old Fourth Ward, you can head on over to West Midtown where award-winning Bacchanalia and the Quinones Room are located. You may have to request another travel assignment to enjoy the food in the Buckhead, Virginia-Highland, and the Luckie-Marietta restaurant districts. For ethnic food, Buford Highway is the place to go where travel nurses can dine on Vietnamese, Cuban, Mexican, Indian, Korean, Chinese and Ethiopian cuisine. And for good, old, down-home Southern fare, you’ll do no better than the legendary Mary Mac's Tea Room, in operation since 1945. Other legendary restaurants include The Varsity, first opened in 1928 and now a 50s-style diner, and the Busy Bee Café, serving soul food since the 1940s.