Americas Best Value Inn of Acworth/Kennesaw
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yvette Bryant, the SVP of HR in the Americas was our second celebrity encounter of the day. She told us a bit about what she does and it was fascinating to hear about the difference in managing North America and South America. Given that our last stop was Brazil, our meeting with her just drove everything home for us.
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The days leading up to my departure have built exponentially in joy and confirmation, ambition and apprehension. It is in the moments of great change, that you are truly encapsulated by the 'now'. Alas, a great journey is the constant flow of comfort and uncertainty and thus, a permanent existence in the 'now'. But that is not that focus of the post. It is however, that the great transition from a location of ...
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... again located on Lookout Mountain. It was discovered when Leo Lambert's construction team were excavating the Lookout Cave (located on the banks of the Tennessee River) for public use. They hit a cold pocket of air approximately 200 feet below the surface and discovered another series of caves. After searching the caves ON HIS STOMACH in less than 2 foot of space he discovered a magnificent 150 foot internal waterfall which he named ...