Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Kennesaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... I last sore Linda well over 30 years or more. We had a great evening, great food and it was a shame we could not of stayed longer but we had already made plans to in North Carolina.
... 1996 Olympic games, and will host the start and finish of the 2015 Georgia Marathon. We headed here to visit the race expo (grab as many freebies as possible) pick up my number and head on to mid town. Al and RB would have some time to kill here tomorrow while I’d be running! On to mid-town and Piedmont Park. It was a beautifully hot day, the 'active oval' was in full swing with American football, normal football, football played in zorb balls... You name it, the oval had ...
... we started at the 'fresh’ area which was located as far away from the entrance as possible, around a football pitch distance away. We arrive looking for some ‘fresh’ fruit. It would appear that ‘fresh’ was a reference to fresh cakes, fresh cookies and fresh pies. <i>Have a nice day guys</i> said the lady as she passed my a few coins from my $200; I should have packed more, that list should have been half the size yet we now have ...
... became commander of the Army of Northern Virginia after its first commander, General Joseph E. Johnston, was wounded in battle. While in command of that army Lee won a number of decisive battles, invaded both Maryland and Pennsylvania, and defended the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia. At the war’s end, Lee retired to Lexington, Virginia where he became president ...