Courtyard Atlanta Airport West
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Atlanta Airport West East Point
While waiting because our flight had been cancelled, the staff was very pleasant & curteous.
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... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
- His first name was Michael and later changed to Martin
- His mothers name was Alberta (btw I am from Calgary, ALBERTA, Canada)
- Was greatly influenced by Mahatma Ghandi in India and went there to learn more about him.
- Married Coretta Scott
- He published 4 books
- A major event that kick started his life was when a black woman (Rosa Parks) refused to give up her seat to a white man in a black/white segregated ...
... bottle of coke to take home too. On the way home we stopped to get something to eat, and we few options available, we settled on going to hooters. They had really nice salads and American Idol was playing and it was fun, and I think Jordan enjoyed his meal too.
The next day we got a bus to Chattanooga, it was only a few hours away and is supposed to have some great outdoor attractions so we'll see
... sweaty preponderance of a man with a wheezing cough and a 9 year old with ants in his pants and the stale smell of old Cheetos wafting about him. Exciting you ask? Absolutely. And that's about all the excitement I want from today. I now find myself sitting in the international terminal looking out at downtown Atlanta. My travel partner has yet to arrive at this point...apparently her ride is a workaholic that hates me and ...
... had to get us closer to home we assumed. We were wrong. Minutes later we pulled up at a late hours 21st century speakeasy in Little Five Points. Presumably owned by an Asian mob family, iLounge was a hidden gem in the heart of the city. We drank and minded our manners as best as possible until 4 am. We had to hail a cab before either of us made a fool of ourselves in front of the organized crime family wearily circling the club. With that we ended an ATL night for the record ...