Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Cumberland Mall
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... played pipe organs on the side. People around here are so darn friendly. They say hello, they make small talks, they show interest in you as a person. Really, I think it's so nice to be in a friendly community. Like when I was out running around the neighborhood yesterday, I ran past a dozen or so people who were doing various things, and they all smiled and waved. How nice is that! compared to say, running in a smog-filled, noisy, less safe ...
... another kind of people, not like social pariahs as they are in places like Korea! My mom and I had lunch at a place called Three Li'l Pigs BBQ. A cash only joint. Other places around this area... Fat Daddy's Restaurant... Hot's Barber Shop... yeah, SO COUNTRY!! But you can't hate it! We had baby back ribs and sliced pork loins with cole slaw, toast, and beans. The place was PACKED! The BBQ sauce could've been sweeter, but it was decent. I had a short phone call with ...
... after we dropped off 30 pounds of laundry for "wash and fold" service.
Buckhead is bigger than most of the cities we have visited, and the shopping did not disappoint. For the first time, the family split up. Grant and I went to the Legoland Discovery Center, where through a lot of smooth talking and after several rejections, we got tickets to a "sold out" day! Grant loved every minute in the Center. It is pretty spectacular, especially the ...
... Clustered around the house are refurbished buildings that once were a stable, carriage house, clerk’s office and slave quarters.
We stayed so long at MV that our tour around Old Town Alexandria was compressed into a walk after dinner with the Kirkwoods. The town was jumping on a Thursday night, and its restaurants and pubs are a magnet for what appeared to be young professionals, a number of which I’m sure work for the taxpayers.
... Franklin Garrett, who I interviewed many years ago, is also interred here, and as I read his grave marker, it made me smile, for he was indeed the epitome of the Southern Gentlemen. Twenty-five Atlanta mayors are also buried here amidst the art and architecture.
Important historical figures from Civil War soldiers, to leaders of business and industry, as well as political pioneers are represented at Oakland Cemetery along with ...