Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Blessed to arrive safely in Atlanta, where it was 68 degrees! Had a scrumptious home-cooked dinner of shrimp and grits with my cousin Sandy, and her husband Terry. Will spend tomorrow with my sister before she escorts me to the airport. More when I arrive at LAX, Ca!
... only went down that darn hill 4 times. Lame. That ish was way too expensive to go down the hill only 4 times. It was fun, I'll admit, it just wasn't worth it.
Overall, I guess we had fun. Savannah seemed content, although most of her time spent at the campsite was inside on her phone. LG was happy as long as she was being entertained, and if she wasn't, it was meltdown time. I spent most of the time at the campsite ...
... country so politically polarized? Why is it so impossible to get a cheap international calling plan? Why are these white people at the grocery store jumping out at every aisle to greet me? Why is no one speaking Spanish? I’m starting to lose my mind; I am completely overwhelmed being back in the U.S.
I’m bored. There are no new places to see and the architecture here is so ...
... 5am. Hannah warned us that car break ins are common in Atlanta and even though she lives in a quiet area we moved all of our bags into the house before we were able to finally crash.
In the morning, I had breakfast with Larkin and Hannah while Brian got more sleep. Around 2:45pm we hit the road again, aiming for New Orleans.
I'm typical Atlanta style, we hit traffic: even at 2:45 on a Tuesday. But it was painless and we were making ...
People are awesome! When we landed our whole plane was encouraged to do a community race to the train. We landed at 1:25 and the last train to the baggage claim is at 1:30. It would have made an awesome slo-mo movie.... Everyone running with their backpacks bouncing and wheelie bags skating from one wheel to the next as we rounded corners panting and puffing. The front of the pack got there with 2 mins to spare (yes I was in the first pack! Tehehe!) and ...