Days Inn Marietta Whitewater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around Azalea Bowl, which is a part of the gardens where various types of azaleas decorate a small lake. It's so beautiful! Many azaleas had already withered, even though I think they are supposed to be at their peak in April/May. Maybe it's been a hot spring. We strolled to the chapel where an organ performance is held everyday 2-4pm. It was very calming and nice to sit in the chapel and gaze at the stained glass windows while an ...
... who are similar. But traveling in SE Asia, oh man, you gotta let go of that! Otherwise... yeah. I used to get pretty uncomfortable with spontaneity and flexibility with regards to schedule and such, but I think I've gotten a lot better! It's nice to be easy going. I definitely feel more relaxed this way. At the same time, I do feel like punctuality and efficiency were some of my biggest strengths, so in professional sense, I'd like to strive for the same standards as before. ...
... a smallish church of only 9000 members, due to it being Methodist in a town of Southern Baptists. The SBs have more respectable memberships of 12,000+.) She is a contemporary Christian singer. I used to listen to her in eighth grade. She is fatter than I remember. She has a voice that my father said could break glass. Mom and Dad were part of the back-up singers in the chancel choir. ...
We drove up from Evergreen AL to Marietta to see Ken and Max and the lovely Lily. Great to see them after so many years and all looking so well. Had a lovely evening with them. The girls enjoyed exploring their fabulous house. Alex said Lily lived in a palace. Not sure if Lily remembered any of us but she did come and say ...
... you decide to head home immediately after the walking tour or after a sojourn at one of the local establishments, I personally wouldn’t recommend walking to your car that evening alone, because after hearing about some of the ghosts of Marietta, I can tell you that at least one or more of the stories will haunt you during your ride home. At least that was my experience, having heard a story that chilled me to the bone. Happy fall, y’all!