Drury Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport
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After the MLK experience I headed to Turner field, home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team, for a tour of the stadium at 1.30.
Unfortunately, on game day you don't get the changing room areas, but got all the rest. Very interesting tour, with a retired teacher, who just loves baseball!!!
I took in the museum and it set me up …
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After my violent sickness all day I woke up still feeling terrible and exhausted from lack of sleep. But I needed to push through it. We went into town for about 5 hours and Jym got to do a panel or two that he wanted but it was very full and so hot and we were chronically lost. I think that was the most difficult part. But on a positive note we managed to get a great lunch at a place called Corner Bakery right across from the Marriott ...