Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Duluth
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We went for lunch with some of the old MAPs, Lindsey and Hunter, and we had good laughs sharing our funny stories while travelling the world.
Second day was much more intense. We met Christian Dahl, SVP Global HR, he was on fire as soon as he entered the room. He brought so much excitement ...
... actually. Her story ignited a burning excitement for my journey this summer. Her motivations and histories and stories vary largely and completely from mine, but her "I’m doing it because, right now, I think this is the thing I have to do" attitude, I share that. I’m 25 and I don’t know what I’m doing, but me going on this bike trip, this is me figuring it out the best way I know how. I think the only way I ...
... after Catherine I and built by Empress Elizabeth. Elizabeth's taste was extravagant with many golden carved areas of trim. Catherine was less ostentatious but still over the top! Catherine II collected thousands of works of art some displayed here and some in the Hermitage. All the cruise photos are in my photo section called "Baltic Cruise". We also had the pleasure of a concert and demonstration of dancing performed during that period. We arrived back at the ship around ...
... changed the way news is reported – it carried the only live coverage of the launch and explosion of Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986 and the Baby Jessica rescue in 1987, when an 18-month-old toddler fell down a well in Texas. The first Persian Gulf War in 1991 catapulted the channel past the big three American networks; CNN was the only news outlet communicating from inside Iraq during the initial hours of the bombing ...