Hyatt Place Duluth/Gwinnett Mall
Travel Blogs from Duluth
We left our hotel in Atlanta and headed to the zoo. We have seen enough zoos but the kids were excited to visit this one because there was a baby rhino, gorilla, orangutan and pandas. It was drizzling when we got there and then started pouring. We were patient and got to see the baby gorilla and orangutan. We made it to Memphis as the sun was setting.
It is getting tougher to blog regularly. We did not have wifi at the Hilton because you had to pay for it and we were too cheap. We drove 6 hours on Thursday from Hilton Head but made good time and arrived in Atlanta at around 3 pm.
We drove straight the the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. We spent about three hours here. I think the kids are starting to connect the dots in terms of the connection between the Civil War ...
... doesn't help that public transport is so poor. Pretty productive at work today, got a lot signed off, and clients are enjoying the accent. Everyone also always seem to mention their own British heritage, and ask whether I like the Royal Family. Went to a mall after work - picked up some stuff for ...
... s also a guy from EY in the room with us; they're the external auditors. Met Steven Lathem on Tuesday, he was the first from Moore Colson to do this trip, back in 2996, just before I started my placement with Hurst. Most people he knew have left Hurst since ...
... and chatted in her breakfast nook and watched the hummingbirds and other birds out the windows - very pleasant. Aldo came over after work, and Mike, Donna, and Colleen joined us shortly afterwards. Such fun being all together. Barbara cooked a lovely dinner of asparagus wrapped in swiss cheese and prosciutto, with a bowl of berries, and rolls. Key lime square for dessert - very yummy! Great conversation and good times.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center