Days Inn Marietta-Atlanta-Delk Road
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Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
... the blacks were using an illegal bus service. Anyone insuring these private busses would be out of the insurance business. King organized insurance for these buses. It is because of this event in history that King became known as the Civil Rights leader. The boycott lasted 381 days after the Supreme court ended segregation on public transportation.
King had a gift of bringing people together and influencing them even if it wasn't in their nature to ...
... to go in and check it out but interesting. We walked down to the Marta statkion at Peachtree and went back to the hotel...first to the airport and....... then by shuttle train to the hotel. After checking in and packing we went across the street to the Marriott for a beer and sliders. Now it's off. To bed as tomorrow it will be a really early ...
We left Birmingham after spending a couple hours at the Sloss Furnaces. They are National Historic Landmarks, the only 20th century blast furnaces being preserved as a historic industrial site. It was very interesting! The signs that explained the equipment and procedures needed to be updated (things had been moved or the path changed, but the signs didn't reflect that). But other than that, it was very worth while. I ...
... t tell you why cichlids from a lake are in an exhibit with river in the name but it was an impressive display, at least to me, but then I'm biased since I used to raise African cichlids.
The last section I saw was Georgia Explorer, which features local fish as well as a children's play area.
Overall, the aquarium is very good although I thought they needed more interpretive signs and ...