The University Inn at Emory
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While listening to my most favorite song at the moment (Turtle, by Alana Davis), I've realized my trip has BEGUN!!!! It wasn't real until now. I'm sitting at my seat on my way to JFK airport, waiting for my dinner, and I don't really have much to say except that my excitement is finally here. No worrying, no doubting, just excitement. That's all for now. Sorry if you found this post boring, but sometimes you just gotta gloat. Love you ...
... I last sore Linda well over 30 years or more. We had a great evening, great food and it was a shame we could not of stayed longer but we had already made plans to in North Carolina.
... some time with a man who shares his hobbies I read and did a puzzle on my iPad while they chatted. I caught snippets...very interesting. When Buzz reminded him we are from NH, he asked Buzz when we were going to get out of there and join the United States...hard to tell if he was joking. We drove along scenic roads stopping at Little River Canyon National Park for our picnic lunch and a short walk to the Little ...
... too high as a place of interest for me. I've always had visions of a slightly scary metro of 5 or 6 million people covering something like 18 counties with massively wide 12-lane highways and little in the way of mass transit so that you have to drive to go anywhere and everywhere and inevitably have to spend a lot of time stuck in traffic.
Like other cities of which I had that expectation (Dallas and Houston) I found that to be only partly true of Atlanta. I whizzed ...
... we drove right into the center of the city to see the capitol building. And that is exactly where it is, surrounded by skyscrapers. It is built on top of a rocky hill so that it sits really high, and it takes up a block of the city, not a big block, but none the less, a block. I tried to get photos of it, but it was a real challenge. Standing in the street, it is so high up that you can't really ...