Hyatt Place Atlanta/Cobb Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today my dad joined me and my mom in visiting Callaway Gardens! We stopped by Callaway Gardens' Country Shop first for the view and sample of country foods like grits and syrupy biscuits. According to the my parents, the food at the country shop restaurant is mediocre and expensive, but people go there for the view! The wait was too long, so we ended up eating elsewhere. The shop had a lot of cute southern-living-esque souvenirs, like hundreds of ...
... person from a summer college prep program. She asked me which course and college campus I was interested in. Apparently the medical course has already been filled, but they are still looking for an instructor for the forensic science course. I said I'd be up for it! We're having a face-to-face Skype interview next week. Woohoo! I taught at a different college prep program at the same university before, and I absolutely loved it. I actually have an interview with ...
... of Atlanta.
The girls shopped at Lenox Mall and Phipps Plaza, and some other shops along the way, and we met up at 630 to go to Fogo de Chao for dinner. Fogo de Chao means "fire of the ground" and it is a Brazilian churrascaria or steakhouse. If you've never been to one, you should make it a point to go the next time you have an opportunity. They have a fabulous salad bar, followed by at least a dozen different meats served table side to your gut's ...
... an odyssey into the country. (Our Honda Odyssey, of course) and spent the day visiting more vineyards in the neighborhood of Purcellville, Va. Our first stop was a tiny start-up vineyard called "Crushed," run by a young man and his wife. They had a lot of enthusiasm, but obviously were operating on a shoestring. When we tried to buy a couple of the wines we tasted, we were told we couldn’t because their label printer was not operating. Disappointed, we moved ...
... both historic and artistic in scope and nature.
As the day progressed from early afternoon into early evening, people in Victorian costume and those in antebellum dress, walked the grounds, and I watched them as I sat there admiring the stained glass adorning one of the mausoleums. At first, I thought I might snap a picture of them to use for my latest entry for my travel blog. But then, I chose another view, instead. While I’d ...