Days Inn Conyers
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Today is the last day of the Conference and our last full day in Atlanta. Drive to Orlando tomorrow to join the cruise on the 11th. I left the hotel early and caught the shuttle bus to the Martin Luther King Jnr Historic site. It included the Ebeneza Baptist Church that his father and he were ministers. The church was the centre of his civil rights work. His wife, after his assassination, took over and continued his amazing work for peace ...
... things, there was a HUGE meal presented at 10:30 PM...I hadn't realized there would be a meal so had packed my food for the day, and was astounded. I ordered the *Express Meal* thinking it would just be something light, and instead that meant all the courses arrived at the same time, LOL. Look at that tray! I promise I didn't do more than nibble. I will save my *No wonder Americans are so fat* sermon.......
No energy to pontificate...must get some sleep!
... shop, and we walked through the small downtown.
We fly out from Atlanta tomorrow and will arrive in L.A. Saturday evening. What a trip! We've driven 2,683 miles and traveled through 8 states: Georgia, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Alabama and South Carolina. The last 12 days have provided amazing experiences and memories for a lifetime.
... 8211; and donated them to the city of Atlanta. City leaders put them in Grant Park, and Atlanta’s first “zoo” opened to the public that April. Community involvement was key from the beginning; private citizens donated animals and Atlanta newspapers spearheaded fund drives. The first elephant, Clio, was purchased in 1890. The grandest collection boost occurred 40 years later, when Asa Candler Jr (1880-1953) ...
... to see the house where Margaret Mitchell wrote her famous novel (points if you know what that fine book was called), a trip to the home of the author of Uncle Remus (more points on offer here) and, my personal favourite, a trip to the CNN news studio where I got to read the news. Fame at last. Not the real news you understand just part of the tour.
On the temporary home front it seems that our shower is leaking into the apartment ...