Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Marietta/I-75 North
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... anyone without some nervousness. Mostly though, I'm excited. I know it's going to be an amazing 4 1/2 months that I'm sure will teach me a lot about myself and will give me experiences of a lifetime.
I'll try to keep this up fairly regularly with posts about what I'm experiencing, what I'm seeing and what I'm feeling. I'm so grateful to have this opportunity and can't wait to see what's in store with me over the next 4 months! ...
The day started with a minor flight delay but a short two hour flight into Atlanta for Jared. Natalie was waiting with open arms for a long overdue hug! Our first stop was to the Park Tavern at Piedmont Park. Where we sat under the covered patio by the fire while watching ice skaters try to show off their best moves. We indulged in seasonal spiced beer (brewed right on site), mimosas, and spiced whiskey shots. And ...
... 4 hours of driving time. Better safe than sorry, I always say. And here we are at the Antebellum-esq. Quality Inn in a quite nice room. We are all cozied up in a big, fluffy, king-sized bed watching TV, which is something we do not often do. I haven't had cable in 3 years! No time. So it begins, my journey back to popular American culture. *Crawls from beneath rock*
... War. It was an interesting place with some interesting stuff like the Great Locomotive Chase and the fact that after WW II, France presented 49 box cars to the US as a Thank You for helping them after the war (probably the last time they gave us a gift of any kind). The car was part of the MERCI TRAIN and each state was presented with this box car full of gifts. The Texas car is in Austin at a VFW post and the most of the gifts are in the musuem at ...
... before, it was nice to see them again.
Another temporary exhibit I enjoyed was The Sculpture of Grainger McKoy show. I've never heard of Garinger McKoy before and I can't say his work looked familiar. His extremely detailed sculptures of birds are very distinctive and I believe I would have remembered his work if I had seen it before.
The other three temporary exhibits were ...