Courtyard By Marriott Chattanooga Downtown
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... meeting rooms. A really good idea to make use of historical things rather than just throwing them away. Of course we couldn't resist a good old sing along. And hey, we are walking down the street and we come across this statue which is clearly a man and a dog. Indeed, that is the title. What catches my eye is the dog looks like it is taking a poop. Why on earth would anyone design a statue like that? Perhaps my brother is right - the dog is a Pooooo ...
Gnomes and scary looking fake children. It was hilarious and odd and
finishes in a huge castle with Snow White etc... We all enjoyed going
there but agreed the end was different to the rest of the place. It's
also pretty expensive for a family, $20 for adults and $12 kids which
adds up for a couple of hour walking. Was still good fun though.
We found a splash pad park online in
Chattanooga that was a ...
August 30th – day 118
Church of the City in Franklin was
where we attended church today. It used to be called The People's
Church. Good service, Australian preacher so it was our kind of
Then after a shared lunch of leftovers
we went to catch up with Bjorn and Tara. Bjorn was the guitarist in
the band when they moved here and we had never met ...
... to find! Anyone want to look up shows on The West End and make a suggestion? I have been re reading Keith Johnstone's book, "Impro" and i asked Mr. Ray if i could join theatresports some over the next couple weeks to warm up for the workshop. FUN! Pip, pip and cheerio! Talk to you ...
... about all the pictures and first hand accounts I could bring back to my US History classroom made me giddy with excitement. To be able to share that experience with two top notch colleagues meant that we could bring back information that would challenge our students to read, analyze, write, argue, defend, support, and all of those other critical thinking skills that teachers are constantly trying to tap into with their kids.
Let the journey begin!!