- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... issues driving home.
We all agreed that our first time kayaking was a highlight of the trip.
Peggy calculates our expenses. The approximate expenses for each person for the week were:
Condo $200, food and meals out $100, gas $56, entrance fees and MARTA $64. Total for each person $420.
... on how they operate. In addition, I had an opportunity to inquire about how CDS interacts with the marketing department. They have a close relationship and rely on the marketing team for support and guidance.
We spent a good deal of time in Atlanta working on our mock business plan proposal. Our concept was a company specializing in travel management of professional sport franchises. It was good ...
Mecca said she could run a mile so I signed her up for the Be Healthy Georgia Day last Saturday at the state capitol. Boy was I impressed with all the kids who participated. They were grouped by age with the 11-12 year olds starting first. All the kids took off full speed, smiles flashing as they rounded the first turn. By the time I caught up with M at the half way point, the smiles had ...