Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW / Kennesaw Town Center
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Today is the last day of the Conference and our last full day in Atlanta. Drive to Orlando tomorrow to join the cruise on the 11th. I left the hotel early and caught the shuttle bus to the Martin Luther King Jnr Historic site. It included the Ebeneza Baptist Church that his father and he were ministers. The church was the centre of his civil rights work. His wife, after his assassination, took over and continued his amazing work for peace ...
... to the city. Time to go to the Coca Cola Museum! It was very enjoyable. Spent about 2 hours wandering around. All the old signs, bottles etc that I used to see when I was young.....maybe I need to be in the museum too! The history of how Coke was invented etc made for a very interesting couple of hours. There was a tasting room with all the different flavours of drinks made by the company from all over the ...
... 1996 Olympic games, and will host the start and finish of the 2015 Georgia Marathon. We headed here to visit the race expo (grab as many freebies as possible) pick up my number and head on to mid town. Al and RB would have some time to kill here tomorrow while I’d be running! On to mid-town and Piedmont Park. It was a beautifully hot day, the 'active oval' was in full swing with American football, normal football, football played in zorb balls... You name it, the oval had ...
... a square park with lots of history as it was key area during the Civil War. It is also home to the ‘Gone with the Wind’ museum – something else Al and RB’s exploring list. I needed coffee. Away from all the America food chains everything here was ‘independent’ which mean they could stick it to the man and close on a Sunday. A meal, coffee(!!) and a long stroll later we headed back to the i-75 to head north for a spot of shopping. We ...
... imported from England through the blockade. The bugle, like the fife, makes very high pitched sounds when played correctly. It could communicate important commands like "charge!" or “retreat” for long distances. This was very important during Civil War battles when there was to much noise and confusion.