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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the language Tswana, a language spoken by 6.1 million people in Southern Africa including the Batswana people (plural of Motswana, the name for someone from Botswana). I'm excited for the opportunities to get to know the Batswana people and culture and explore a new place.
I'm excited, but a little nervous...I don't think you can take this big of a trip to a new place where you ...
... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...
Today is our 23/14 anniversary. 23 years together/14 married. We headed over for day 3 of Dragon*con. We decided to attack some more of the enormous Americas Mart shopping area. This time we headed to level 2 section A. We found this amazing artisan who did some fabulous bronze pieces and found a Cthulhu door bell!! It isn't creepy…looks more like a cool octopus. I just adore it. It is going to ...
... introduced to many of Chicka's colleagues. Also, we met Hunter Petrus, MAP graduate from last years program and now working in Global Supplier Relations, the same department that Lindsay will be joining in August.
Our next meeting took place over lunch and we had the pleasure of meeting Rose Stratford, Executive VP of Global Supplier Relations and Strategic Sourcing, Mark Judson, VP of Strategic Sourcing and Christian Dahl, Senior VP ...
Stopped in Atlanta on my way to St. Louis... I worked so hard all week to leave on Friday afternoon, so I can be with Al and Eunha for the night. Packed books, papers, music, farewell to Mahbub (so hard), leaving meds/foods/directions for his care, leaving my room rentable, filling all backpacks and luggage with summer and winter clothes as well as tax/property/bank and work files... going on the road for 8 months is a bit tricky.