Hampton Inn Alpharetta/Roswell
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... anyone without some nervousness. Mostly though, I'm excited. I know it's going to be an amazing 4 1/2 months that I'm sure will teach me a lot about myself and will give me experiences of a lifetime.
I'll try to keep this up fairly regularly with posts about what I'm experiencing, what I'm seeing and what I'm feeling. I'm so grateful to have this opportunity and can't wait to see what's in store with me over the next 4 months! ...
The day started with a minor flight delay but a short two hour flight into Atlanta for Jared. Natalie was waiting with open arms for a long overdue hug! Our first stop was to the Park Tavern at Piedmont Park. Where we sat under the covered patio by the fire while watching ice skaters try to show off their best moves. We indulged in seasonal spiced beer (brewed right on site), mimosas, and spiced whiskey shots. And ...
Today we were all up early to say goodbye to Janie and Mark. Both were leaving the house between 6 and 6.30. As soon as they had gone we had breakfast, packed up and headed out. We were on the road by 7.30am.
It is a long drive and so we decided to gun it and get there as soon as possible - the going was pretty smooth and ...
... guard, proceed to the left and go to gate 3 (first open gate) to pay & park. Parking at the official lot is a wide open parking lot. Like parking at the Atlanta Braves stadium. Your vehicle is out & exposed to the elements & you will get soaked walking to the cruise terminal if it's raining. Once you enter the lot to park, there are about a dozen guys with trolleys roaming around to see if you need to check bags. We pulled right up to a guy, he quickly loaded our 3 bags, ...
... ashamed to say that the museum made me very emotional and I left to go visit where he was born.
I walked a couple of blocks up the road and saw the house that he was born in. Nearby, is where his grave is and that of his wife also. I was unaware that Atlanta was the birthplace of MLK Jr, but I am so glad I went to see the town where he grew up and where he preached. As I said, a very humbling experience, just so sad that men ...