For summer vacation this year, we're going to go light. That is, we're just going to go to an amusement park and spend the night in a nice hotel. That's simple and easy (and relativly cheap). But things can never be simple, can they? I can't decide between Six Flags over Georgia or Carowinds. Six Flags has more rides. That's good. However, Carowinds has a water park. That's also good.
In any event, I've decided to stay at the Peachtree Plaza hotel in Atlanta (this would favor Six Flags). I've heard good things about it. You know, since I live so close, I've never actually stayed in a hotel in Atlanta. I would like to try that. I hear the view is great, and I also want to check out the revolving restaurant on the top floors. Hey, could the tallest hotel in the western hemisphere be boring? Plus, it's owned by Westin, who, it seems, has really great beds. I've never stayed in a Westin, so I wouldn't know, but if a hotel's beds are so good that ehy can actually sell them online, I assume they must be doing something right.