Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North / Johns Creek
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After dinner last Friday night, Jeff & I took our wine out on the deck & I mentioned how much fun it would be to go visit our friends Patrick & Jackie Terrail in the south of France. I was enjoying seeing their photos on Facebook~ eating French foods, shopping at the beautiful outdoor markets & wished I was there with them. Every summer they are ...
Today we went to down town Atlanta and got off of the train at Lenox, ready to go to the cinema. We went to look around some fancy expensive shops on the way. We saw mayceys and a Bloomingdales. We really didn't expect to see tall fancy sky scrapers today. The shops were so posh. The buildings were made of glass. The Phipps mall we went in had lots of posh expensive cars in it ...
World of coke was another awesome day out. Just such a different thing to do and it was just a great cool atmosphere to be their. A real family feeling. We walked right into the lobby which had massive coke bottles designed all over the world. We then went into the loft, we were surrounded by coke artefacts from though out time which was special. The guy who gave us the talk was really funny too. Then we went into the coca cola theatre were they put a 5 min feel good film on. It ...
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 ...