Americas Best Value Inn - Jonesboro/Atlanta
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A little sleep in this morning which was nice and we felt the world was balanced again when we realised it would be another 30 degree day with high humidity; not quite 90%, but hot and humid enough. The previous two days had been our first respite from the heat in weeks.
The Atlanta Botanical Gardens was the target today. After a few days somewhat restrained, we decided the kids needed to be let loose. ...
... car return and it was time for dinner.
We walked 30mins to midtown to a fantastic southern style restaurant called Mary Mac's Tea Rooms which was established in 1945. Great southern food; fried chicken, shrimp and grits, cheese and vegetable soufflé, mac 'n' cheese (but not as you know it). A rather popular restaurant as we understand it.
We look forward to exploring Atlanta tomorrow.
Cheers, the Berrys
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
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In Wallmart the young lady cashier said could I take her home as she loves the accent.
At the Braves game the usher saw my Ayr United rain jacket and insisted that I explain what A Y R stood for. After some attempts, I asked her what A T L A N T A stood for and she said I don't know!!!
Lots of people here complaining that the weather is cold. It's April and they have 80 ...
... Peachtree Creek, he arrived at Atlanta on 20th July.
On 22 July, 35,000 Union troops defeated 44,000 Confederate troops at this battle although the City was not surrendered as it was defended well. Sherman then moved to cut off the supply lines, that last of which was at Jonesboro.
On 31 Aug and 1 Sept 1864 about 70,000 Union troops overpowered the 38,000 defenders and although not the bloodiest, it was intense close fighting ...