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I was coming home from somewhere (story to come on Thursday) and decided to swing over to the Atlanta Beltline. Belty is crowded on weekends, so it doesn't make for a good bike ride. I then got the wild hair idea to go to Turner Field, where the Atlanta Braves were playing their very last game ever at that stadium, before moving to the suburbs. This involved riding my bike through the always-interesting Krog Street Tunnel, meandering through a charming neighborhood named Cabbagetown, snaking alongside the historic Oakland Cemetery, sidewalking it down Memorial Drive towards the Capitol, and then joining the throngs of walkers from the train station and surface parking lots for the final leg under the Olympic torch to the stadium.
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