Country Inn & Suites Atlanta-NW At Windy Hill Rd & Cobb Galleria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We had a good night sleep--in fact, with no dogs waking us up, we slept until almost 8 am! Woohoo!!! We dressed and hurried down to catch the free breakfast before it closed. Since there was a long line + the food wasn't too appealing, we took a little walk to the local Waffle House . Around 11 am we called a taxi & headed back to the airport. We …
I had expected to be sleeping in my Delta business class pod right about now, dreaming of all the things we would do when we land in England early tomorrow morning. Ha!!! Isn't there a saying, " the best laid plans...."? As we were about to land, our plane pulled up. The pilot immediately explained that there was weather at the airport so we would …
... played pipe organs on the side. People around here are so darn friendly. They say hello, they make small talks, they show interest in you as a person. Really, I think it's so nice to be in a friendly community. Like when I was out running around the neighborhood yesterday, I ran past a dozen or so people who were doing various things, and they all smiled and waved. How nice is that! compared to say, running in a smog-filled, noisy, less safe ...
... 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 ...
... a group of kids. I say kids because they ranged from about 11 to 19 and there was about 8 of them. It was the scariest experience I've had since being in the U.S. We managed to just walk past them but they're quite crafty with forming circles around you real quick. There were heaps of other people around so nothing would have happened but it was enough to raise the heartbeat. Early night for us tonight. Last night has killed me! I'm too old for nights out! :) Love love ...