Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Cumberland Mall
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Today is the last day of the Conference and our last full day in Atlanta. Drive to Orlando tomorrow to join the cruise on the 11th. I left the hotel early and caught the shuttle bus to the Martin Luther King Jnr Historic site. It included the Ebeneza Baptist Church that his father and he were ministers. The church was the centre of his civil rights work. His wife, after his assassination, took over and continued his amazing work for peace ...
Finally able to do some washing before heading out to Downtown Atlanta. A woman's work is never done. Want to see some shopping malls......not that I want to buy anything as no room in the case, but just to sticky beak. Also will go to the Coca Cola Museum I think! Went to the Peachtree Mall. The hotel shuttle bus took me there. It was a disappointment! All there was was food shops......I'm so over food ...
... to support this time... The highlight though, was that Olly and I got on the "Kiss Cam"!
After collecting our bags, we hopped in a taxi to our hotel, where we were greeted by a very friendly Indian guy at the desk, and a not-so-friendly cockroach in our room! Olly and I then broke out our well-rehearsed routine, where I try and climb on to the highest piece of furniture, and Olly tries to chase/corner and stamp on the roach. We must be getting better as the horror was over ...
... but as we continue on our trek west they are less frequent. We also encountered something new in Colorado - paying for showers. It is really important that you get your act in gear when you have to pay and have a time limit, or you will get stuck with no money and suds on your butt (actually happened).
... 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.