Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW / Kennesaw Town Center
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... played pipe organs on the side. People around here are so darn friendly. They say hello, they make small talks, they show interest in you as a person. Really, I think it's so nice to be in a friendly community. Like when I was out running around the neighborhood yesterday, I ran past a dozen or so people who were doing various things, and they all smiled and waved. How nice is that! compared to say, running in a smog-filled, noisy, less safe ...
... around the Sibley Horticulture Center, which had a Mediterranean exhibit as well as a tropical exhibit with huge banana trees! They didn't have much written down, just plaques with names of the plants. I guess since it's a private attraction with high end lodges and golf course, it doesn't have a lot of educational resources geared towards school children? I would've liked to read more about these plants. The arborists (?) who designed and shaped the ...
... to race that day over Marathon and Half Marathon distance the emotion of what I was about to undertake started to sink in. My first marathon. My first 20 plus mile run in months. The hills. The weather. The Wall (what past marathon runners tell me happens at some point during the race, there’ll be a dark place at some point). Being a regular on the local race scene over the past 12 or so months you see the same faces and know roughly where to place yourself. Upon ...
... 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.