Days Inn Conyers
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... cervical vertebrae, twice the number of mammals) and can rotate its neck up to 270 degrees, very rapidly too! I also learned the reason vulchers are able to digest dead and rotten foods is that their stomachs are very, very highly acidic! It kills whatever nasty bacteria and toxins reside in the meat they eat. They also cool off their feet by peeing on themselves, a mechanism called urohydrosis. I guess since they can't sweat, they use their ****. I ...
... next week too. The program I connected with today provides accommodation, which would save me from having to make a 2-hour commute to Atlanta everyday. Soo I should start doing some forensic science reading and come up with some sample lesson plans!! I headed to the public library and checked out some forensic science books, haha. So yeah, that's what I'll do this weekend-- reading about how science helped solve murder mysteries and also working on my scholarship ...
... 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.
That 7:45am alarm was an absolute nightmare! Luckily I'd packed pretty much everything so was able to shower and not have to rush too much. We checked out of the Hilton, agreeing that we'd definitely be back there next year, and hit the road back to Atlanta.
For Sian and Dave, this was to catch an internal flight to Sian's favourite place on earth, New Orleans. For me, the plan was to spend the day wandering around Atlanta... ...
I was in Atlanta for one day. It was an OK city. I was here for one day. When I first woke up in the morning, I had a walk and at first, I was not so impressed, but wandered my way into a underground Atlanta. It was a very unique area. It basically turned a parking lot into an underground shopping center filled with restaurants, bars and shops. The next stop was to the CNN ...