Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Northpoint
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... two and a half miles to the Gardens, which took us through some very poor and run down suburbs and then very leafy and up market ones. We hit Midtown and walked, skipped, ran and strolled through Piedmont Park. The kids found a playground which they loved and then complained about being hot.
The Botanical Gardens were great. There is currently a display of mosaic gardens which has a number of ...
... car return and it was time for dinner.
We walked 30mins to midtown to a fantastic southern style restaurant called Mary Mac's Tea Rooms which was established in 1945. Great southern food; fried chicken, shrimp and grits, cheese and vegetable soufflé, mac 'n' cheese (but not as you know it). A rather popular restaurant as we understand it.
We look forward to exploring Atlanta tomorrow.
Cheers, the Berrys
Well, it has been three years since I visited my hometown of Bend, Oregon. Mind you, we went home for a visit to see family a year and a half ago but we did not make it to Bend. Between Tim's family in Seattle and mine it just seems so spread a part when bringing the five of us across for a visit. So many miles in a car even after an all day flight across America. So... I thought why not drive ourselves this year all those many miles and then some... ...
... just like any other Carnival cruise, you show your boarding pass & picture id to (what always seems like) a really old employee who then gives you a health form to complete & motions you towards the "Walt Disney World" lines to go through security & xray checks. The line moves just as slow as the airports because there is always someone who did not empty their pockets. Mike did not put any rum runners in his carry on or pant pockets. Once past security, another walt ...
... are not allowed to attend programs that are not recognized by the government as Tier 4 educational facilities. Findhorn is a non-profit organization that has been offering various kinds of workshops for over 40 years, however it is too small to qualify as a Tier 4 school, and the government doesn't have a convenient category to put them in as a small, alternative teaching facility. Therefore, no one attending the program was technically eligible for a ...