Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Alpharetta - Northpoint - West
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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 ...
... was catch a cab and get back to my hostel. Of course, there were no taxis waiting anymore as there had been earlier in the day. Therefore, I walked down the street with three Australian guys that were also trying to hail a cab. We finally managed to get one but he was charging a fortune. The next one had a metre so I knew I'd get a fair price. I finally made it back to the hostel around 22:00. What a long ...
... except for Father Christmas who is the same. Read about the 79 day new coke ordeal, we had totally forgotten about that. Saw 3 of the 6 Norman Rockwell paintings that were done for coca-cola advertising unfortunately they still haven't been able to locate the additional 3. Something we were all looking forward to was the tasting room. I was rather chuffed with myself as I managed to taste every single drink that they had on tap from around the ...
... there aren't many left has me racked with guilt. And I do believe he is smart enough to toy with my emotions! :) At 3am, Mike woke up, grabbed a shower & started to pack up the car. I made sure to give extra treats to all the critters (tried to elevate my guilt!) and we were in the car at 4am and pulling out of the driveway. The 6+ hour drive seemed long & boring. Once you are out of the suburbs of Atlanta, there isn't much to see. I was surprised to see how far Forsyth, GA ...
... bits of information. Once passed the security guard, proceed to the left and go to gate 3 (first open gate) to pay & park. Parking at the official lot is a wide open parking lot. Like parking at the Atlanta Braves stadium. Your vehicle is out & exposed to the elements & you will get soaked walking to the cruise terminal if it's raining.
Once you enter the lot to park, there are about a dozen guys with trolleys roaming around to see if you need to check bags. ...