Hampton Inn Atlanta - Cumberland Mall / NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... her seat. She probably thought I was sick or something because I saw her use Purelle at least 4 times. Arrived in Miami for my connection to Lima - I had a supposed 5hr layover... That turned into a 7 hour... Which turned into a 9 hour layover. The angry Latin American mob that had formed around the help desk -(one guy was hitting the desk and making pointing gestures at the LAN workers who were inching closer and closer towards the back office door, for apparent fear of their ...
... hadn't arrived yet so I got to pick a room first. I could have gone for the big one, but I went for the little one with the balcony.
After I got all settled in I went downstairs to check in for training. I was in the registration line when a hippie lookin fella with long blonde hair, leaning back in his chair oh so comfortably while eating a bag of chips starts asking me questions about where I am from, where I want to school and more. This is how I met ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
... Chile money for US. They wouldn't take my Argentina Pesos and I imagine I will have a tough time exchanging those.
At the Center of the X is where you can switch to a different train. The station I went to was "Martin Luther King Memorial Station".
About 3 blocks from that down Jackson street is Ebenezer Baptist Church where he, his father and grandfather all were pastors. After stopping in there to take a photo and make a prayer, I went to ...
... to Colorado, up to Yellowstone, back down through Utah to the Grand Canyon, and back across the US to Atlanta. I remember driving through the most boring state of Kansas (sorry Kansas), feeding chipmunks in Rocky Mountain National Park, picking up poop in Yellowstone and asking what it was, seeing Old Faithful , seeing the Grand Canyon, and renting a motel room in Jackson MS that was already occupied ...