About FERNANDO C
Lives in Chicago, Illinois
Since May 2013
35-49 year old male
I'm born in Tijuana- Mexico, Raced in Morelia - Mexico til adulthood then relocated to Chicago - U.S.A. I'm a person who enjoys learning about our planet, I enjoy traveling so much since i have remembered... there is no school for me since I love to learn by myself about life, traditions, culture, art, geography and everything else that has to do with the land we dwell at...
Historic Sites, Parks
Historic Sites, Gardens
Arenas & Stadiums
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Shopping Malls
Arenas & Stadiums
Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods
Neighborhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Specialty Museums, Historic Sites, History Museums
Architectural Buildings, Theaters
Historic Sites, Cemeteries
The Botanical Garden its a great place to visit, it's located at the hearth of Midtown, very easy to get there by bus, train and even walking, the atmosphere of the place takes its shape by the natural forest areas (as most parts of Atlanta) and the amazing sculptures displayed all over the gardens. it's just a must see...
I been here 3 times and I liked it a lot, it is like museums inside a museum with huge green areas, bridges and gardens; there is also a Farm with Characters and live animals... and a mansion; The Swan House... it is great to get lots on the trails and explore the gardens... The civil war galleria... the Olympic games Museum... Golf... Latin culture...
Massive Aquarium to explore... I been here countless times, my baby enjoys the dolphin's show... they have some events during the year, gift shop and cafe...
Wow! that was my reaction as soon as I walked in... the modern architecture on the outside and its impressive collection and seasonal exhibitions makes this place a must see of Atlanta
A beautiful park Downtown Atlanta, somehow brings alive that spirit of the Olympic Games of 1996, All the flags and the water-rings, all the names on the ground, the sculptures and the skyline of the city's Downtown specially at nights...
Beautiful Mansion that its open to the public with your admission ticket from Atlanta History Center. We enjoyed going up and down the stairs into the kitchen and on the maids rooms in the attic, the gardens and the green car parked outside... great spot for photographers.
I only been in the outside but it seems as part of the Atlanta's architecture landscape.
last time I was there look very lonely as from last year, too many shops closed, I heard in the news that the whole mall sold in an auction or something and they are doing something else here.
It is a fun attraction and a dream land for some and a little overwhelming for others, its got a 4d theater that is fun, lots of memorabilia, history etc... and there's an area where you can sample like 40 different coca cola products from overseas... the visit ends with a souvenir coca cola glass bottle (that most people drink) the gift shop its huge and they got everything, unfortunately seems a little pricey...
again another place that I haven't been inside but photograph from the outside, I guess its great for people into sports
My life revolved in the Buckhead & Brookhaven area for more than 10 months, as many others I consider Buckhead as the place to be... with all this shops, restaurants, cafes, huge modern buildings, hotels, malls etc...
Georgia State Capitol is a nice place to visit in Atlanta, you can take good pictures and go to the 4th floor and see a State Museum, were people can see a lot of Georgia's history, it is free admission but be prepare for scan security systems upon entrance.
This is a neighborhood with character, it's got a lot to offer, restaurants, cafes, bars, record shops, vintage, smoke, tattoo shops, concert venues.. a really cool part of Atlanta but it might get a little scary at night.
I been here couple of times as the admission is included with Atlanta history center ticket, the place itself is her apartment and the souvenir shop, there are other rooms with exhibits, the yard, the porch, etc... they have narrated tours every 1/2 hour, very nice staff...
Unfortunately I have never went inside, the outside its really nice and its consider as one of Atlanta's landmarks, last time I went there to take pictures with daylight the theater was in restoration covered with scaffolds...
wow... this is such a cool place to visit specialy if you are into Photography, the cemetery has it's welcoming center and souvenir shop with very nice staff dressed up in historic attire, they do guided tours and other cool events, as for the cemetery itself its amazing with all this Mausoleums and statues it just fells like Disneyland for photographers like me.