Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Marietta/I-75 North
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I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.
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Got to Atlanta on Friday, Nov 7 and stayed till Tuesday morning, Nov. 11.
Donna come over on Friday night and I just can't say how good it was to see her. She was actually the first one that I saw many years ago when I went to Atlanta to meet Damita after becoming a full time employee of CNN. The department was the Public Information back then and I remember the rain when I came in. I had to pull over and called Donna hoping for someone to talk to while I sat waiting for it ...
... people was the parent company, they decided to save it. They carefully took it apart to remodel the store and when they reopened, it was a big celebration attended by all sorts of digitaries.
The original plan for the day was to then go over to Jonesboro to visit a couple of more GWTW places, but because we spent so much time at the first two places they will have to wait for another time. Guess we'll just have to come back to Atlanta area someday.
... on my tour of haunted Marietta, dressed not for storytelling, but rather for a fun-filled night at the theatre, as he was dramatically attired, which made for a more exciting experience. His version of storytelling involved a performance including historical accounts, supernatural documentation, and spine tingling details. It was well worth the price of a ticket, which is $17.00 per person, $10.00 for children. The entire ghost tour ...