Hampton Inn Atlanta - Northlake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... soon on the outskirts of Savannah. We arrive at our second hotel, this time it is The Inn at Ellis Square. Only two blocks from the bank of the river Savannah. Check in done and into room 509, another quite big room that will more than meet our needs. Once the cases are brought to our room by the bellboy we shower and change ready for our first night. We leave the room approx 7 o'clock and make are way down to the river, a quick couple of ...
... of the limited number of tickets available to tour his birth house. The visitor center has a quite extensive exhibition on the Civil Rights Movement, something I recall in generalities from history class but not the specifics of places and people and events. Included in the site are the Ebenezer Baptist Church where King and his father preached, King’s gravesite, and houses and other buildings along the street of King’s childhood that ...
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So my constant hate-hate relationship with written lists has made it so that the "bucket list" I have is some fuzzy thing in my head. There were some things on it that I could/can ...