Econo Lodge Dalton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Last Tuesday was a great day. Stan and Brenda took their coach to the repair facility to have their mirror replaced. Actually, all they needed was the arm supporting the mirror. To our surprise, the repair only took about an hour, most of which was spent removing the roll of duct tape that had kept the mirror in place! Stan paid his $700 and we were ready to hit the road. We managed to get a couple of hours down the road and stopped for fuel. Across the ...
... we got seen to right away. I'm sure that annoyed a lot of people. Any way the bus journey wasn't too long. I sat next to a stranger from Knoxville at first. A bit weird but nice enough. The people got off and I sat with Tim. There isn't much to do in east ridge and we have to get a taxi to town so it is quite expensive. The room isn't great but it is much better than the hell whole last week. Not May family's about just a couple of middle age ...
... at approximately 12:45. I flew out of Newark to Atlanta, Georgia at 7:45. My husband Bobby, daughter Elisha, granddaughter Ellie and grandson Major met me at the Atlanta airport. It was so good to see them! We arrived home a little after midnight. I am so blessed! I had an amazing time! What a wonderful experience! I am so thankful for Funds For Teachers! This would never have been possible without ...
... children 4-16 went to the Children's Barracks. There was no Children's Barracks, they were sent to death camps and executed. June 6, all children 0-3 left for the Children's Camp. The next day children 4-14 left. There was no Children's Camp; They were transported by train to a Death Camp. The transportation train had 2 containers, 1-water, 1-toilet; the trip lasted 3-days. Sometimes the containers were confused and the water became contaminated. If they did not ...
... lined side-by-side at the loading dock of Platform 17 containing information of dates and the number of people put into railroad cars for extermination. This grate explains that on March 27, 1945, there were 18-Berlin Jews sent to Auschwitz for extermination. This was the last shipment of the Jews for extermination. The rail road station gave the SS a discount for tickets of deported Jews because they had so many transactions of ...