Hampton Inn & Suites Atl-Six Flags
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I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.
"To travel is to take a journey into yourself." - Danny Kaye
... through the real town of Woodbury. Evidently its downtown architecture wasn’t good enough for a TV series, but they liked the name more than Senioa. Go figure.
On a beautiful and sunny day we made the pilgrimage to Warm Springs, Georgia. Warm Springs is a destination that is not only historically important for the Minogue family, but an area that made a huge impact on one of our nation’s most important presidents, Franklin Delano ...
Following a breakfast of pecan waffles with strawberries made by Joan and despite rain, we went to Sweetwater Creek State Park. I had registered us for a hike to the New Manchester Manufacturing Company's textile mill with Ranger Don at 11 AM. This hike (Red or History Trail) is offered maybe several times a week. Initially, we looked at the exhibits in the Visitors' Center. Ranger Don explained about ...
I slept a bit, Kyle didn't sleep at all. We got up at 2:30 and had our leftover pad thai for breakfast (still amazing even if its not a typical breakfast food). The cab arrived at 3:30 and we were off to the airport. When we were checking in, it seemed that there was a problem, but no. We were just getting our first class seats requested by ...
... Atlanta. After the incredible growth of the business, Bernie decided to make a gift of appreciation to the Atlanta community. He also wanted to do something that would bring new jobs to the city, and create a destination that would inspire visitors to come. That gift turned out to be the Georgia Aquarium, opened November 23, 2005, and thanks to Bernie’s $250 million donation, it opened debt-free. It claims to be the ...