Red Roof Inn Atlanta Southeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the language Tswana, a language spoken by 6.1 million people in Southern Africa including the Batswana people (plural of Motswana, the name for someone from Botswana). I'm excited for the opportunities to get to know the Batswana people and culture and explore a new place.
I'm excited, but a little nervous...I don't think you can take this big of a trip to a new place where you ...
... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...
... if reminded me of the city, in London. Made me feel like I was at home, which I liked. So after a quick G&T in the Hotel to collect my bag, Monique picks me up and we make our way to her house...she's renting a room from a lady called Cokkie. The house is amazing!!! It's like being in an episode of Desperate Housewives, such a beautiful location, all the neighbors know each other and no one locks their door. To top it off I have my own bedroom with a balcony, giant bed, en ...
... 250 yrs old. We watched the making of a glass platter. Very impressive. They use Belgium sand for the making of their glass. Norway is very expensive. Did not buy anything mostly because I didn't want to hall it home and didn't need anything. We had a homemade pastry and coffee in their onsite restaurant. Back on the bus to the viking museum to view the salvaged ships. The ships were used for burial purposes. Our tour guide ( who is from Israel) gave a good talk but we only had ...
... the Oxford house, only to spend one night before getting on another bus to go to Cornwall for the weekend!
Thank you to all my family for being so supportive! I will miss all of my friends and family while I am gone, but I cannot wait to see everyone when I return! Everyone, stay safe and have a fun-filled, adventurous summer!