Embassy Suites Atlanta-Kennesaw Town Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Blessed to arrive safely in Atlanta, where it was 68 degrees! Had a scrumptious home-cooked dinner of shrimp and grits with my cousin Sandy, and her husband Terry. Will spend tomorrow with my sister before she escorts me to the airport. More when I arrive at LAX, Ca!
... find anywhere that there was no shuttle. In fact, we discussed taking a vehicle but decided not to because we saw there were shuttles. This was a big disappointment because that meant we couldn't really get rooted into our campsite. Every time we wanted to go over to the festivities at the park, we had to unhook and drive the RV over there. That was a bummer.
When we did get over to the park, we had planned to ride ...
... country so politically polarized? Why is it so impossible to get a cheap international calling plan? Why are these white people at the grocery store jumping out at every aisle to greet me? Why is no one speaking Spanish? I’m starting to lose my mind; I am completely overwhelmed being back in the U.S.
I’m bored. There are no new places to see and the architecture here is so ...
... Tennessee valleys a small raiding party composed of twenty-four men under the command of James J. Andrews began to make their way from Shelbyville, TN to Marietta, GA, deep into the heart of the Confederacy. The group, composed of twenty-two soldiers from various Ohio Regiments and two civilians, had as their mission the goal of stealing a north bound Confederate locomotive and ...
... when the government had shut down & national parks were closed - -
the parkway itself was open, but the campgrounds, visitor centers, etc
were all closed.... meaning traffic was light, there were no campers,
travel trailers, or tour busses - - when will that ever happen again
during leaf-season?? Lol!))
So, now it's on to 2014 - - my 50th birthday year... and my fantastic wife ...