Hampton Inn Atlanta-Mall of Georgia
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... doesn't help that public transport is so poor. Pretty productive at work today, got a lot signed off, and clients are enjoying the accent. Everyone also always seem to mention their own British heritage, and ask whether I like the Royal Family. Went to a mall after work - picked up some stuff for ...
... s also a guy from EY in the room with us; they're the external auditors. Met Steven Lathem on Tuesday, he was the first from Moore Colson to do this trip, back in 2996, just before I started my placement with Hurst. Most people he knew have left Hurst since ...
We left Ken and Max in the morning and visited Kennesaw Mountain to get some early morning sun and a good view of Atlanta. Ken recommended a visit to Stone Mountain which we could see rising up in the distance past the downtown skyscrapers. On the way we stopped off at the Lenox Square Malls to look in on Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel and Williams Sonoma. Oh how I wish they were also in the UK. ...
... the CNN building. We went inside and had a look around, we didn't go on the tour just looked around the food court area, still pretty impressive. Afterwards we headed towards Underground Atlanta. The shopping complex dates back to the 1800's and is underground. Some of the store fronts are from old buildings. We then decided to hot foot it back to the car as there was a big black cloud coming our way. We walked through a different part of ...
14 March 1945
Buford native, Lt. Albert Bradley, age 22, a co-pliot in a B24 Liberator, 15th Air Force, was shot down over Hungary.
He was listed as missing until his body was found and brought home to Buford on July 12, 1950. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services