Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW/Wildwood
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We depart in 6 days. Flights and hotels are confirmed and we have many ideas of what we want to see and do. We've added stops to Hong Kong and Singapore! Dave will eat his way around the world...just give me coffee in the morning and I'll be good to go! We are looking forward to trying local cuisine in the places we travel to. Brazilian steak houses, croissants, cheese and champagne ...
... counselors. I am excited to see all the beautiful sights Sicily has to offer. Lastly, I am a little exhausted from all this traveling and planes. It really takes it out of you! Well this will be the most boring post you will have to read on this blog so congratulations you survived! I can't wait to share stories of all my travels and all the funny things my campers say!
... out over the city that you then start to notice it moving, it's a fantastic view as you can imagine. You can see for miles. A couple of drinks more and it's soon Ten o'clock, the day's activities and still not quite used to the times we are both knackered. Bed is calling and it's time to take the lift back down, now it's fully night the trip down was better, you could only see the city lights instead of how far down the street was. Bed for the last night in ...
Atlanta’s fine arts museum is a gleaming white ultra-modern
structure, an impressive exhibit space for art in several matching buildings
connected by sky bridges, likely inspired by the architecture of the Getty
Center in Los Angeles. The museum is part of the Woodruff Arts Center which also
includes theaters for the performing arts complex in the city’s Midtown
... name!). There was a Cabaret side of the restaurant with about 50 seniors in it and they were all singing (mostly poorly, with a few standouts) accompanied by a man flailing on an old piano. They were singing hits from, and I am guessing here, the 20's, 30's and 40's.
Turned in early, with strains of Elle Fitzgerald echoing in my head, as I had an early start as well.