Holiday Inn Atlanta-Airport - South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
Friday, 06/13 Depart Warwick (check out is 11am) / Arrive Stockport
8:00 – 9:30am Breakfast
... is really good; she smiled again. So I made a mental note to drop by again, and hopefully, I will have timed that visit to coincide with peanut butter pie alongside a tall glass of unsweetened iced tea with lemon.
So, after partaking in all that Southern goodness, I headed for Kennesaw Mountain to hike up the beautiful beast. I have been recovering ...
... area we will be in! So now my time in Asheville is threatened as well! Ironically the first vacation I had planned was to New Orleans and the gulf coast so I guess I would not have avoided this one either way.
So we leave for Atlanta, GA and stop for gas where I see my tire pressure lights are on. Jym checks the tires and my right rear tire is flat! So we drive to Wal mart who says they can’t fix it because it’s ...
... Atlanta, 404.814.4000, www.atlantahistorycenter.com
At the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you can visit the bones of the largest dinosaur ever classified, the Argentinosaurus. Now, the history of that dinosaur may go back further than that of Emily Harrison (1874-1973), but Emily gets credit for the purchase of the woodland on which the Museum now stands, and for the vision that preserved it as a “school in the ...