Extended Stay America - Atlanta - Perimeter - Hammond Drive
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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... disappointed faces. I instantly met a group of 4 ladies. 2 sisters (Lisa and Monique) and their friend (Thres), all from Canada, and one Aussie (Cass). I went straight for a cold beer before boarding the boat, but I could tell they were going to be a fun clique to go to sea with for a couple of nights. Was I right as ever. I'm honored to have met all of them. We all boarded the boat and quickly became friends- along with Hattie (or Shatty...or Harriet when she's a CEO) from England. ...
I've already made about a $300 dent in my total budget and I haven't even left the United States yet. Someone explain to me why I need €155 just to enter Italy and why that has to equate to over $200 in American dollars? I have been trying to prepare myself to go broke for nearly a month now, so hey, it looks like I'll be doing a great job at that!
Traveling is the one occasion where I can really be totally calm. I always feel like with traveling, ...
Atlanta’s fine arts museum is a gleaming white ultra-modern
structure, an impressive exhibit space for art in several matching buildings
connected by sky bridges, likely inspired by the architecture of the Getty
Center in Los Angeles. The museum is part of the Woodruff Arts Center which also
includes theaters for the performing arts complex in the city’s Midtown
... was, sorta. As always it is the last 500 ft that is the toughest. I had booked at a place called Hyatt Place that I had assumed to be a tall hotel so I kept looking for a skyscraper, but as it turns out it is more of a boutique hotel in a 4 floor building.
It took awhile, was a little frustrating but eventually I found it, a small oasis nestled between a couple of office towers. Next door is a micro brewery that cooks a mean bone in rib-eye, and ...