I have 3 days for sightseeing in Georgia in November after a conference in Buckhead.
During the conference, I'll be able to explore Atlanta after 5pm. I'm not sure how doable this is given that:
1. It will be after 5pm.
2. Don't drink, don't dance (what do I do?).
3. Won't have a car.
Any suggestions on how to spend four weekday evenings in Buckhead, (from 5pm-9pm)?
After the conference is done, I'll be meeting up with friends who live an hour outside Atlanta; they'll bring a car. Their ideas so far are to listen to Jimmy Carter give his Sunday lecture in Plains, and to visit a spa (Chateau Elan).
Somewhat flexible limitations:
1. Nothing physically strenuous. Nothing beyond a one mile stroll.
2. No single car ride over 3 hours.
3. Flying in and out of Atlanta.
In the past our group has enjoyed historical re-enactments, quaint towns, city strolls/tours, eating out.
Haven't been to Chattanooga, but it's not anywhere near Plains; it seems like nothing much is near Plains, and thus I'm not sure the trip to Plains is worth doing.
Would appreciate suggestions.