Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Peachtree Corners
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... around Azalea Bowl, which is a part of the gardens where various types of azaleas decorate a small lake. It's so beautiful! Many azaleas had already withered, even though I think they are supposed to be at their peak in April/May. Maybe it's been a hot spring. We strolled to the chapel where an organ performance is held everyday 2-4pm. It was very calming and nice to sit in the chapel and gaze at the stained glass windows while an ...
... person from a summer college prep program. She asked me which course and college campus I was interested in. Apparently the medical course has already been filled, but they are still looking for an instructor for the forensic science course. I said I'd be up for it! We're having a face-to-face Skype interview next week. Woohoo! I taught at a different college prep program at the same university before, and I absolutely loved it. I actually have an interview with ...
As expected, the road to Atlanta was dark and treacherous, and a Yankee blockade of Interstate 20 delayed Alpha Kappa's intended arrival of 10:00 PM. Nonetheless, the soldiers of Alpha Kappa’s Birmingham regiment were not to be deterred. Pulling into Atlanta in the late hours of Thursday evening, the first stop on the Alpha Kappa itinerary was the Fuller-Zorn House (formerly known as the Mossop Manner). Greeted by the Emory University chapter of ...
Today we drive about 350 Kim's to Savannah. The last day in Atlanta has been uneventful. We began with a very nice walk through our lovely neighbourhood (old mansions and parks) through to Little Five Points, a supposedly edgy, funky shopping area (it was gritty, dodgy and largely closed). With no PT on hand to get back to our digs, we ambled back in the heat and ...
I woke up before everyone else in the house today. I had a 93 mile trip to make in order to get my motorcycle to the shop where it was going to get new tires and its 48 thousand mile service. It was partly overcast, humid and cool to begin the day. Traffic wasn't too bad on I-75 until the usual spot around Eagles landing where traffic almost always slows down.
I was still able to make it up to Marietta around 9 am. Once the ...