Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta East/Lithonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We depart in 6 days. Flights and hotels are confirmed and we have many ideas of what we want to see and do. We've added stops to Hong Kong and Singapore! Dave will eat his way around the world...just give me coffee in the morning and I'll be good to go! We are looking forward to trying local cuisine in the places we travel to. Brazilian steak houses, croissants, cheese and champagne ...
... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... self-affirming and self-discovering. A few lines I stole from her that she, too, stole from someone else: “If your nerve deny you, go above your nerve.” – Emily Dickenson “I’m a slow walker but I never walk back.” – Abe Lincoln And a few lines from Cheryl herself: “When Catherine Montgomery and Clinton Clarke and Warren Rogers and the hundreds of others who’d created the PCT had ...
... industrial. Gdansk shipyard is no longer in use but is of historical significance because of the labor uprising in 1980 lead by Lech Wallensa. Our tour guide Elizabeth was extraordinary. She was nonstop in her explanations of the sites we were passing and visiting. We passed through Gdynia, Sobort(the resort city), and stopped in the old city of Gdansk. Gdansk was almost totally decimated in WWII. This was the siege that began WWII. After the war the Russians rebuilt the city to ...
... 8211; and donated them to the city of Atlanta. City leaders put them in Grant Park, and Atlanta’s first “zoo” opened to the public that April. Community involvement was key from the beginning; private citizens donated animals and Atlanta newspapers spearheaded fund drives. The first elephant, Clio, was purchased in 1890. The grandest collection boost occurred 40 years later, when Asa Candler Jr (1880-1953) ...