Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Kennesaw Town Center
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While listening to my most favorite song at the moment (Turtle, by Alana Davis), I've realized my trip has BEGUN!!!! It wasn't real until now. I'm sitting at my seat on my way to JFK airport, waiting for my dinner, and I don't really have much to say except that my excitement is finally here. No worrying, no doubting, just excitement. That's all for now. Sorry if you found this post boring, but sometimes you just gotta gloat. Love you ...
... we settled for a ride around town and then back to the hotel for a dip in the pool.
In the evening we went to visit
Linda one of my cousins who live out here in USA. I can't ...
... weekend now in full swing and the new ability to see in the dark, it was (again!) a pre dawn start to Saturday. The plan for the day was simple, sleep in as long as possible before heading Downtown, on to Mid-town ending in Buckhead. With each suburb we’d head further north back towards i-75 and ‘home’. Plan begins… 5;44am! The bonus with an early start is that I managed to fit 3 breakfasts in (and of course a lot of coffee). Downtown was the location ...
... Making a bee line for the baby changing (the excitement was all bit much for RB) I began to loiter outside the ladies. As I stand and loiter; I can hear Al taking to more people than I’ve heard her talk to in the last 6 years. <i>What a cutie pie </i>rang out more than a few times. I loiter, no longer wondering where I would need to visit should I require a new car tyre, new pair of Wrangler jeans or an exotic holiday. With RB in tow, the triathlete in me ...
... West Point in 1829, married a step-granddaughter of George Washington, and gained distinction during the Mexican War. In 1859, Lee was responsible for the capture of abolitionist John Brown at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia. At the start of the Civil War, Lee was offered field command of a Union army but instead chose to resign his commission and serve his home state of Virginia. ...