Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North / Johns Creek
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After an emotional farewell, I left the atlanta runway, lovingly cradling a big black book I had been given as a going away gift. I had left America after living there for one year and the book was full of messages from friends (and adopted family) wishing me well. As expected I sniffled my way through each message (listening to Keane's somewhere only we know only worsened melancholy). I soon held back the sniffs and tears upon becoming acutely aware of my seat-mate's uncomfortable ...
... hadn't arrived yet so I got to pick a room first. I could have gone for the big one, but I went for the little one with the balcony.
After I got all settled in I went downstairs to check in for training. I was in the registration line when a hippie lookin fella with long blonde hair, leaning back in his chair oh so comfortably while eating a bag of chips starts asking me questions about where I am from, where I want to school and more. This is how I met ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
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 ...