DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Atlanta Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today my dad joined me and my mom in visiting Callaway Gardens! We stopped by Callaway Gardens' Country Shop first for the view and sample of country foods like grits and syrupy biscuits. According to the my parents, the food at the country shop restaurant is mediocre and expensive, but people go there for the view! The wait was too long, so we ended up eating elsewhere. The shop had a lot of cute southern-living-esque souvenirs, like hundreds of ...
... in America more easily than in Europe or Asia. Attitude towards individuals with disabilities is more lax here, I feel like. Like I saw a morbidly obese lady on an electric cart at a grocery store the other way, and it was like, ah yes, America. Imagine her trying to shop at a grocery store in Stockholm! She would get stuck in the bread aisle, ugh. Anyway, so yes, America is very diverse, so I feel like obese people, short people, people with disabilities, etc are seen ...
It all worked out fine, eventually picked up by a lovely local who thought we were German. I told him that we actually spoke the same language. He was astonished.
Spent ages undergoing motor home training and induction, and we've already forgotten most of it, then on our way north towards Chatanooga (choo ...
... 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 ...
About a year ago, a friend of mine posted on Facebook that she was heading out on a road trip that would last all summer long. She and her two kids were going to spend the entire summer driving all over the western United States. The funny thing is that I started reading her blog and it only took about 1-2 weeks of reading about their trip, that I found myself on Google maps planning out mine. It was like ...