Courtyard Atlanta Suwanee
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
... t think the Americans eat at home, they just go to pubs and restaurants all the time! Left there and decided to catch the underground to a Mall that I heard was quite good shopping. The train was an experience.....a bit unnerving but all went well and I arrived at Lennox Mall! Another disappointment...all specialty, upmarket shops! Show me a KMart or Walmart! No, only expensive shops. Had a look around and ...
... we had to go there. It was pretty fancy, though small by NJ standards. What was really nice was the lovely dinner we had while sitting outside in 80 degree weather listening to a live band play a concert (apparently this mall hosts concerts! Mall of Georgia: 1, Rockaway: 0!).
To say the least it was a nice evening where we were reminded how nice warm weather is. And of course, what relaxation feels like. Tomorrow....we go to America's largest aquarium!!! Stay tuned!
... I went pretty quick.
This paragraph is very dull, so please feel free to skip! Driving here has been great. Everyone seems really relaxed and drives much slower than Blighty. I still can't get my head round how big everything is. Hummers look normal here on the wide roads and I saw a stretch Land Rover which seemed excessive. We saw a Smart car a couple of days ago which looked bonkers against the Peterbilt trucks whizzing by. On the interstate, ...
Peety moved to Austria for a year on May 20th. It was hectic in the weeks leading up to his departure, due to us doing a lot of work at our house, and trying to figure out how to exactly pack for a year. We didn't quite figure that out, but we did send Peety with a TON of stuff to Austria. Peety left, and the to do list he didn't quite finish was thus handed over to me.