Hampton Inn Atlanta/Stone Mountain
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... I used it. Anyway, we rode it to see different parts of the city, the less touristy sides. It was nice to sit in the air conditioned vehicle, haha. Saw many housing developments. Atlanta is definitely changing, growing! It made me think about the works that city developers do, the considerations they have to make. I might've made a good civil engineer. I like efficiency. Then we went to one of my favorite places in the world-- the Georgia Aquarium! ...
... around the mountain, ride the lift up to the top of the mountain, watch the laser show and do Snow Mountain, along with walking around all of the cute shops and doing all of the fun things Stone Mountain has to offer. Unfortunately, none of that happened because most of that shuts down in the winter. The train doesn't run. They don't put on the laser show. Most of the little shops in the village were closed. It pretty much ...
... t have the time or space to write it all so if you want to know more about it, you'll either have to visit it yourselves (which I highly recommend) or search it and read about it.
OK, so after we walked around a little, we noticed that the tram was now running, so the three of us (Mike, Alma and myself) went for a ride up the side. It was not very windy on the way up, but once we were up there, it was windy. When we arrived, we noticed that the gift ...
... redneck” boys.
A torrential downpour and some strong winds on Thursday night caused some damage to RV awnings and pop-up campers in the park. Water puddled between the two layers of our awning, creating some water “bubbles”, but other than that, we survived it pretty well. Early Friday morning we headed up Stone Mountain on the 1.3 mile trail to the top (did I say “UP”?). Slow and steady, we made it. Kids and ...