Super 8 McDonough
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... filled with living plants to form beautiful animals and plants. You can see in the pictures. We spent a few hours there exploring, found all the displays thanks to Sarah and Emma approaching it like a treasure hunt and looked at the orchid house. We had some lunch and then made friends with the Atlanta Metro system which got us back to the hotel. We had a quick dip in the pool to cool down and then got ready ...
... amazed by the competence, or lack of, of the general population. Today was no exception. A few near misses and a bump (none involving us thank goodness) and a huge number of semis, as usual. The speed the semis travel at is somewhat concerning and the photo is of a 'house' moving at the speed of 100kms+. We didn't see many RV's today, but Wayne advised one does not need an additional license to drive a bus or large RV if it is ...
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
... I love to read. Is there a job that just lets me do that?
As an English major, this blogging business is something I’ve lied about on countless occasions and job applications. Not really lied, but more like evaded the truth. Did I have experience blogging? Ehhhhh. Could I blog? Absolutely. It's just something I actively chose not to do.
Having studied all things literary in school and being a self-proclaimed liker of writing and a self-declared ...
... name?) donated his collection of wild things to the Zoo, with the stipulation that the city raise sufficient funds to house them. They did; by 1935 the collection included its first tiger. Today over 1,500 animals representing more than 220 species have a home at Zoo Atlanta; it is home to the nation’s largest zoological collections of gorillas and orangutans and is one of only four zoos in the country currently housing ...