Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta by Marriott Executive Park/Emory
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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 ...
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... when we realised the train was air-conditioned; we noticed people looking and smiling at us in that sad and sympathetic kind of way. Showers tonight felt great and that was quickly followed by a nice steak meal and Napa Valley red (adults only) to celebrate the end of our North American trip.
Our challenge tomorrow…fit everything into our bags and ensure they are all under 50lbs or face heavy fines.
Cheers, the Berrys ...
... forts, so, being easily distracted by such things, I diverted off the freeway. The plantation house, and plantation was shut on this day, a Monday, so I followed the signs to an English fort. It took me through reeded, wet swampy areas, complex river systems, and into a town that boasted an 18th century founding. 1760s I think. It was a quite town, no one seemed about. The warm sun did add to it's charm. I followed the signs towards the fort, through ...