Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport/Millenium Center
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... of turtles. They were so tragically slow that several big fish popped in and snatched away all the food-- right in front of the turtles' beaks! We had to literally drop the food to land/float RIGHT in front of the turtles' beaks! Otherwise, the turtles would sloooowly float around to try to get closer to the food, at which time a big, slimy fish would come and snatch it away! But I don't think the turtles in that lake are in danger by any means. ...
... another kind of people, not like social pariahs as they are in places like Korea! My mom and I had lunch at a place called Three Li'l Pigs BBQ. A cash only joint. Other places around this area... Fat Daddy's Restaurant... Hot's Barber Shop... yeah, SO COUNTRY!! But you can't hate it! We had baby back ribs and sliced pork loins with cole slaw, toast, and beans. The place was PACKED! The BBQ sauce could've been sweeter, but it was decent. I had a short phone call with ...
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... special equipment detects potential air conditioner leaks. The price of the servers also shocked me- little black boxes with prices up to $20,000, and the vast room was full of them. Upon understanding the cost of the equipment the level of security and monitoring suddenly made sense.
A dinner at a Mexican restaurant made the cause of America’s obesity issue quite clear to me. We had to send back about half the food because the ...
... fields of corn and potatoes before entering a pine forest. The track then starts to climb consistently but gently, through an attractive rainforest that shelters a variety of wildlife, including the beautiful Kilimanjaro Colobus monkey. These monkeys are black with a long ‘cape’ of white hair and a flowing white tail. The forest begins to thin out and ...