Baymont Inn & Suites Kennesaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... about evolutionary mechanisms! though I remember there were many times in medical school where we'd learn about a mechanism where there really is no evolutionary basis behind it.. it just is. As far as we know. Then we walked along a long bridge. There were little coin candy machine-looking things every few yards. You could insert a quarter and instead of candy, get fish food! We had a lot of fun tossing the fish food into the lake. We gathered ...
... there, so I got to talk to them. One of them was a registered nurse! She said she got this job because she's always loved gardening and she can't imagine leaving the job! I thought it was so inspiring! One thing I noticed about being in a rural area is that there are fewer people, so one person has to do a lot of different things. The denser a place with more high qualified, experienced people, the more specialized each job gets. It's the same in medicine. There are ...
... to roll out of bed. Completing a marathon on a school night may not make for a good day / week at work.
RB, being the supportive type he is, didn't see what all the fuss was about and decided to sleep in well past 8am; I was in work for 7:30. Happy Birthday to me.
Putting in only a ten hour shift meant there was time to head off for tea. Eating out is so much a part of the ...
... was juicy and just as tasty as I thought it would be. The grilled cheeses added more softness and taste than regular buns. It was somewhat more cheesy of course but not overwhelmingly so. The fried eggs were amazing! The egg would definitely be a nice addition to any burger. With the bacon, cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce, and pickles adding the classic taste of a hamburger, ...
... North Carolina in 1865. After the war, Johnston served as both a U.S. Congressman and Railroad Commissioner before dying of pneumonia in 1891. He contracted pneumonia at the funeral of his post-war friend, Sherman.
Born in Kentucky in 1831, John Bell Hood went on to graduate from West Point, serve in the U.S. Cavalry and join the Confederate Army in 1861. As a ...