Hampton Inn Atlanta/Stone Mountain
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... desert later in the evening. All in all we could not have asked for friendlier and more accommodating people. During our Northern American travels we have experienced such friendliness and more than any of our previous trips.
Another fun day and ready for the golf at East Lake tomorrow.
PS: Matt was in the gym and bumped into Steve Williams (Adam Scott's caddie) this afternoon.
... car return and it was time for dinner.
We walked 30mins to midtown to a fantastic southern style restaurant called Mary Mac's Tea Rooms which was established in 1945. Great southern food; fried chicken, shrimp and grits, cheese and vegetable soufflé, mac 'n' cheese (but not as you know it). A rather popular restaurant as we understand it.
We look forward to exploring Atlanta tomorrow.
Cheers, the Berrys
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
... a look at the picture of Bob, that green cloud coming from the right of the picture is pollen blowing off the trees. We think it is pine pollen.
So back to the events of the day. After we found out we couldn't go on the tram, we walked around for a bit. Now I have been to Stone Mountain three times, but the other three have never been so to them everything as it should have been. But since I was first there in about 1963, things have really changed. If ...
Stone Mountain, GA—arrived Wednesday evening and Thursday morning we got our first good look at the mountain and the famous mountainside carving of Confederate heroes: President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee, and General Stonewall Jackson. Saw the movie and learned that this carving was not completed until 1969. It took 57 years, more off than on due to issues with funding, WWII, and artistic conflict. We headed to the north GA ...