For the past six days, people from all over the country are stepping out in Macon, and taking in some Cherry Blossom festivities.
"You are now sitting in Central City Park," says tour guide Roy Shults.
For Shults, it's just another day on the job.
The 72-year-old says he knows the city like the back of his hand, and sharing tidbits of Macon's history with out-of-towners, like where the Allman Brothers lived, and the birthplace of Sidney Lanier, is a job he loves to do.
And with a bus load of tourists, he says it's never a dull moment.
Kay Wicker has several friends visiting for the festival, and says the best way to learn the city, is rolling through it.
"I like to take them around, but I need a wonderful tour guide like Mr. Roy, here, to tell them all the facts," she says.
And finding out those facts is what made Henry Laster jump on board.
"We're just viewing Macon, touring Macon!" Laster says.