We flew to Atlanta, Georgia a couple of weeks back. Atlanta is now officially the world's busiest airport but it didn't look like a modern airport at all and, in fact, looked quite small. Unless, perhaps, we were only in a single terminal. Anyway, the immigration process was a nightmare, queueing up to join another queue and then finding that there were only two staff to do the final check on hundreds of passengers. No fun at all.\n\nOnly an overnight stay in Atlanta but we did manage to see a few things the next morning. We visited the church where Martin Luther King had his first job as a preacher and almost next to it is the site where he is buried, along with his wife who died 38 years after he was assassinated. She continued the civil rights work that he had been involved with.\n\n[ATTACH=full]12045[/ATTACH]\nThe church\n\n\n\n\n\n[ATTACH=full]12046[/ATTACH] The burial site.\n\n\nMore to follow.