Comfort Suites Atlanta / Kennesaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
... to the city. Time to go to the Coca Cola Museum! It was very enjoyable. Spent about 2 hours wandering around. All the old signs, bottles etc that I used to see when I was young.....maybe I need to be in the museum too! The history of how Coke was invented etc made for a very interesting couple of hours. There was a tasting room with all the different flavours of drinks made by the company from all over the ...
... race day - these track the first 3 male and first 3 females runners. Knowing there were at least two shirt-less men in front of me I was now involved in the female race. The female in question had great, errr form and I decided to stay with her as long as possible (less than half a mile!). Completing this mini section of the race I entered Piedmont Park, an area I’d deemed flat only 24 hours ago while scouting out the area. It was far from it. Is this the wall, ...
Born in Virginia in 1807, Joseph E. Johnston graduated from West Point in 1829, fought with distinction in the Mexican War, and served as Quartermaster General until the Civil war began. As a Confederate general, Johnston developed a reputation as a skilled defensive leader but a reluctant offensive one with his cautious defense of Richmond, Virginia in 1862; ...
... of training planes in them on display now, another surprisingly nice stop. And the Tuskegee Institute Museum has a nice little display on George Washington Carver - this guy was the son of a slave & grew up on a plantation, but was way ahead of his time - - he was developing fuels, plastics, etc from peanuts & potatoes... It's a long way from the plantation to getting recognition from the President & meeting with the likes of ...