Country Inn & Suites Atlanta I-75 South Morrow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... 100 different sodas from all over the world (all Coke products!). The gift shop was gigantic and further brainwashed everyone into absolute brand loyalty. This museum is definitely world class! Then we walked across Centennial Olympic Park and had lunch at the food court CNN headquarters. Kids were complaining about walking in the heat. I grew up here so I forget the heat is very new and unbearable to a lot of northerners, but still, kids complain ad ...
... hand the poverty and homelessness seem widespread and in your face. The shopping in the city centre is also limited, unless you are a retailer and then you have one of the largest wholesale shopping centres in the world from which to choose your wares. Despite it's enormous size, it is very non-descript from the outside and you wouldn't even realise it was a ...
... the ice hockey players I saw in Washington were white (36no)
At Chattanooga, I was on the edge of the smoky mountains and didn't know it
The speed limits between states can change significantly with very little warning. Today it changed from 70mph in Tennessee to 55mph in Georgia. It was the Satnav that alerted me.
Moore County in Tennessee is a dry county. You cannot buy ...
... of our group,
Hector, is also a teacher in the DC area and absolutely came alive at the
Weleft the school and made our way down muddy, bumpy dirt roads to the Espinoza
family mango farm. Our bus was not able to make it all the way to the farm so we were ferried in 4-wheel drive trucks.