Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta N-Perimeter Mall Area
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... Thai curries, Korean barbecue, sushi in Japan...but I think I will skip the Vegemite sandwiches in Australia! I tasted it once and it took a long time for that taste to leave my mouth!
Our latest trip related purchases have been a Belkin mini surge protector which can take three appliances and also has two USB ports. Way cool. We also picked up a couple of those battery backup ...
... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... where you'll stay for the next two nights " but our started as soon as we shut our own front door. This time we have the added first of never having flown from T5, the BA flights are an added bonus as well. We sat right at the back so we could put the seats back and relax without irritating the people behind, D and E in row 39. I have to be honest it was the most leg room I think I have had. Entertainment on board was good, each seat with its own TV with all sorts of ...
... br> in New England museums; many museums in the West are well-endowed with the
frontier art of the American West, and museum in cities like Milwaukee, Cincinnati,
and Saint Louis have much from the area. I didn’t find much of it in the High
Museum, though. Maybe it shows how backward the South was in the post-bellum
decades through the early 20th century. Aspiring artists ...
... cooling. I needed to do some iPhone Maps work in conjunction with my paper map to determine where I was, having arrived in the dark. It took a couple of minutes but I found myself on the Old Nashville Highway which intersected with my old friend the 412, a couple of country roads later and within 90 minutes I was on Interstate 75 headed to Atlanta!
I had researched my turn off in advance, interchange 255, so I knew exactly where to turn and exactly where ...