Crowne Plaza Atlanta Airport
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Today began a new adventure for me....I left Pensacola this morning and am currently at the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight to Washington DC. From DC I'll go to London, then after a 13 hr layover I'll head to Johannesburg and finally I take a small flight to Gaborone, my final destination. At the University of Botswana, I'll be studying public health with my classes focusing on the issues in Botswana and I'll also be taking a ...
... to Park Tavern would be complete without the grilled four cheese and bacon sandwich alongside a plate of pita bread and hummus. After somewhat of a light meal, we drove to Natalie's friend Alyssa's house for a glass of wine and good conversation (where Natalie and Alyssa bedazzled their nails) before walking down the street to The Lawrence on Juniper. The Lawrence is a fantastic little cocktail bar with ...
... as Nair or Neet. Whatever you choose is up to you, but you should know that electrolysis and laser treatment last the longest between hair removal sessions.
At the tip of the hand piece, there is the laser projector, where the beam is projected from; on the top there are the digital displays for all the treatment related information, like energy level being used, safety green light, and battery life indication.
Overall, laser hair removal can ...
... desert later in the evening. All in all we could not have asked for friendlier and more accommodating people. During our Northern American travels we have experienced such friendliness and more than any of our previous trips.
Another fun day and ready for the golf at East Lake tomorrow.
PS: Matt was in the gym and bumped into Steve Williams (Adam Scott's caddie) this afternoon.
... front of the main defensive line. It's filled with troops and it's earthen wall is surrounded by a trench filled with spikes and water. It is designed to be a strong point to slow an enemy's advance and this one held off the American and French onslaught. Standing in the redoubt, there was a formation of concrete tiles that represented an 800 man regiment that would have formed up this way and attacked a line of breast. I walked over to the tiles and some ...