The Social Goat Bed & Breakfast
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We knew we were getting close to Atlanta when thete started to be some really crazy drivers on the freeway. It was still only 5pm on a Sunday but it seemed that a lot of people were comibg back into the city from a weekend away. I just left Dad to the driving and hoped we got there in one piece. We were staying south of Atlanta near Grant Park …
... desert later in the evening. All in all we could not have asked for friendlier and more accommodating people. During our Northern American travels we have experienced such friendliness and more than any of our previous trips.
Another fun day and ready for the golf at East Lake tomorrow.
PS: Matt was in the gym and bumped into Steve Williams (Adam Scott's caddie) this afternoon.
A familiar scene for us. Girls up early eagerly awaiting the alarm, bags mostly packed, Matt and Jen preparing mentally for a four hour drive (more so regarding sanity than traffic)...'we're on the road again'. This was formally our last US leg drive. Breakfast, car packed, four chocolate cookies from Reception received and we were ready to leave Charlotte.
We have a fair amount of experience driving in the US now and ...
Getting off from the plane after 10 hours, we're hit by the friendliness of the Atlanta airport staff. Apart from the stupidly long queues to get through customs...and the awkward point where my fingerprints wouldn't quite match the ones they already had on the screen. It took me about 10 tries to get the green light! Apart from ...
... narrow streets, the warm sun glinting through gaps in the foliage, causing sun speckled streets. I arrived at the fort. Shut. Dammit. Mondays aren't the day for sightseeing. I had no idea what the point of having a fort here was for. I guess I'll never know. The GPS wanted me to backtrack to the freeway. But that's no fun, I followed a scenic road towards a town called Savannah. I entered the town really to stop for food. It looked nice, tall green trees ...