Days Inn & Suites Atlanta Six Flags
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... the gate at JFK, waiting for my flight to Nice. My carry on suitcase is packed for my 10-day European journey abroad.
Amelia did not take my news very well. She moves back to school on Friday & she couldn't believe I was ditching her for Nice ~ she'll get over it! Her things are already in Macon in storage & Jeff can move her in, they'll do just fine! ...
... part of the community and help people make it back into society and to feed us with food and truth.
From church we went to Kevin's house to visit with Tara (Kevin's wife), Tegan (5) and Kole (2). I was surprised to notice "Georgia" on Kevin's license plate and he explained that although he says he lives in Chattanooga, home is actually Ringgold, GA. It's amazing how easy it is to go from Tennessee to Georgia to Alabama in that area. We had a great ...
... strange. And the mall was massive. Before going in we ate at Johnny rockets. We had a really lovely burger and it was a traditional American fast food style bar. When we saw the movie I have never seen such a fancy screen in my life. The chairs were like red leather sofas and the seats really reclined. The movie, guardians of the galaxy was really funny. We would defo see it ...
... me cry. I was really in the right mood for the rest of the day. It was also great. The. The fault of the secret formula which was next. It gave us the history of coke and tempted us with a massive vault with the secret of coke. Next we went through the mile stones of refreshment which gave us a better idea of the history behind coke. We saw the olympic flames and pin up coke pics which was really great. We got a look at the bottle works which showed how it was all bottled up. ...
... not to walk. Instead, we drove part of the walk route. It is a beautiful area with a covered bridge and grist mill.
On Wednesday, March 26th, we went to Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead for an indoor walk. It was still windy and cool. We had lunch at the Landmark Diner which is a typical 24-hour New York diner. Our waiter had been there for 20 years.
We drove to the airport to fly back to Portland from Atlanta on Delta Airlines at 5:20 ...