Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North / Johns Creek
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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... this area is not on your bucket list, go ahead and add it right now. Trust. So, there a tons of similar companies that try to give a unique experience sailing this gem of the world. Most of the boats have earned a reputation of being party boats for 20 something's to "get lucky" on while at sea. To give you an idea, one boats name is "Spank Me." Literally. Spank Me. It's like an app-less Tinder out in the open ocean, days from reality. Quite honestly I imagine I would have been ...
... could not have cared less. Yeah, it was gross, but I was in Paris, so who cares? This is the kind of mindset I hope to keep.
I was wicked excited because on my flight from Phoenix to Atlanta I had no one sitting in my row when the doors closed...and then someone just came and sat in the seat next to me out of nowhere. Such is life. I've got one flight down, two to go, and then my adventure REALLY begins.
P.S. The world looks the best from the ...
This is a mixed use facility that has activiites for the young and old, four legged and two legged. There are two miles of walking trails, as well as baseball fields, lacrosse fields,tennis courts and basketball courts. There is a dog park where dogs can run free, a day center for seniors, ...
"William Buice, farmer, Ocee, Milton Co., Ga., son of William and Mary A. (Mathis) Buice, was born in Spartanburg, S.C., Nov. 22, 1836.
His parents were natives of South Carolina, descendants of early settlers – the father of English and the mother of Irish extraction. He was born in 1804, was an excellent, well-to-do farmer, came to Georgia in 1857, and settled in Forsyth county, where he died in 1884; his wife having died in ...