Emory Conference Center Hotel
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- Hot tub
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... 100 different sodas from all over the world (all Coke products!). The gift shop was gigantic and further brainwashed everyone into absolute brand loyalty. This museum is definitely world class! Then we walked across Centennial Olympic Park and had lunch at the food court CNN headquarters. Kids were complaining about walking in the heat. I grew up here so I forget the heat is very new and unbearable to a lot of northerners, but still, kids complain ad ...
... this I’m surprised of how accurate they are, so maybe you recognize me in this sentence (I know I do): "well-organized individual, who is thorough, precise and communicative.". We spend lunch with Chicka and the two alumni’s Hunter and Lindsay and we had a good time talking about their experiences with their ATW journey and of course our current adventure. In the afternoon we got the chance to prepare for our presentation of ...
The flight from Atlanta wasn't too bad and I did manage to get a bit of sleep. Flying through the night definitely helped. When I landed I had to go through immigration. Interestingly, Brazilian nationals had a separate room than foreigners. Most times I've gone through immigration, there are separate lines for those from that particular country versus foreigners but not separate rooms. When I got up to the ...
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 ...