Holiday Inn Express Atlanta-Emory University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... were filming the angry pointing man). Hurricane in Cancun had delayed the flight but we were going to get free food and blankets. Fine by me! We boarded the plane, I waved goodbye to my friends - the grumpy Brit who had begun to roll his eyes every time the extremely talkative American (more talkative than me. That's a thing) started talking. The flight was turbulent which to me, was added fun. Less so for the people sat beside me who would gasp each time the plane dropped. A flight ...
... back. When we got back to the hotel we found out that, apparently, there was a rooftop party by the pool that we missed. But I am actually kind of glad we did, we heard people were getting silly and the pool got all dirty and stuff... I'm glad I was lost in the park instead. We went up to Zev's room to watch funny movies and hang out for awhile until it was bedtime.
The last day was so sad... We all had to say our goodbyes and split up across the ...
... br> Back to Babe and back out of the city to Stone Mountain, this massive granite hill that rises above the countryside. Barb had last visited here forty years ago and wanted to have a little nostalgic trip down memory lane (her first husband Barney kind of “pre-proposed” during that visit….don’t tell her I told you). Well the place has apparently changed over the years with an adventure park, skyride, golf ...
... that comes to mind. Being together isn't about having an hour meeting, and then moving on to the rest of your life. Life itself is found in afternoon coffee with your friends.
Here in the States, it seems easy to get left behind in the hustle and bustle of life. Everyone plans their schedules a week or two in advance here in Atlanta (at least among seminary and young professional types - we're all trying to figure out a way to make it in a slumpy ...
I just can't figure it out.
I enjoy this country so much.
Every step I take, I live intensely. I observe, I enjoy, I realize the incredible incredible luxury and comfort here. In many ways over-the-top.
Is here where I want to be?
Something is stopping me of this conclusion, probably the urge to explore and experience? But if I observe my mind and heart here, compared to anywhere else... well, it is just not comparable. I can't really explain to you why, there ...