Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North/Alpharetta
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
... all the coca-cola products but now they have a machine where you could choose what flavour you would like added, I had to draw the line there as I was feeling pretty full. The kids all had a good go at trying everything, Courtney got the closest. Rich prefers the non-carbonated drinks so after a while he too had had enough. It was good fun. When we got outside it had stopped raining.
We then walked out through the Olympic Centennial park ...
... properties and we also had to have a peek at Scott's micro brewery.
From there Ed, George and I went out to Athems, home of REM and B52's, where we had a wander round the town centre which was pretty cool. We stopped for lunch which was delicious I had chicken and dumpling soup, salad and cornbread an amazing lunch combo which I think the UK should start serving. Ed picked the only vegan meal on the menu, as he is trying to follow a vegan diet, however for ...
... downtown ATL (I have friends that visit there). We made a drive-by & grabbed McDonalds. Then at exit 39, we stopped for gas. From there it was on to Florida & I-10. I-10 was a pretty boring drive. Lots & lots of trees. Reminds me of childhood trips to Florida with my mom. There was a lot of haze too. It stretched for over 50 miles. We had never seen anything like that. As we got closer to Jacksonville, the drive seemed to pass by quickly. It is an amazingly easy drive ...
... to see if it can be reversed, but I have a bad feeling that even if they do give me my email address back, all of my old information is probably gone. ****. I'm tired of dealing with the fallout from someone else's mistake. I didn't choose to leave Scotland, and I certainly didn't choose to leave school for a term. I just want to finish college without any more complications. Uuuuugh.