Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Atlanta - Conyers
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While listening to my most favorite song at the moment (Turtle, by Alana Davis), I've realized my trip has BEGUN!!!! It wasn't real until now. I'm sitting at my seat on my way to JFK airport, waiting for my dinner, and I don't really have much to say except that my excitement is finally here. No worrying, no doubting, just excitement. That's all for now. Sorry if you found this post boring, but sometimes you just gotta gloat. Love you ...
... of the airport to the help desk for international flights. We learned from others in line who were also on the same flight that St Lucia had a a major storm on Christmas Eve, there was a lot of flooding, and they had closed the airport! While in line I turned on my phone, and I read from someone's post that some of the main bridges and roads had been destroyed. We had a long wait in line, but then someone appeared and took all the St. Lucia flight people over to terminal ...
... how all of the broadcasting and sets work. Thanks to Chicka, I can now say I am a HUGE fan of Taco Mac, which there is conveniently a location 300 yards from my new apartment. On Friday we went to Stone Mountain and climbed to the top. There was a great view and we had a lot of fun. Nothing beats getting to the top of the mountain and having a refreshing cherry coke ICEE. It was sad to leave Atlanta, but I'm very excited to move. Off to ...
... rides. At the first floor there is a
museum. Each room is s dedicated to a modest man or woman, which
spirit transformed the humbleness into a personality: Martin Luther
King, Gandi, Rosa Parks. The displays are filled with personal
memorabilia. Martin Luther King took good care not only of his
conscience and credo but of his external appearance. Did yo know his
favorite perfume was Aramis? Or that he had a large collection of
cuff links ? As for Gandi, I assure you ...
... an ambulance. I immediately regretted this decision.
We signed in and I immediately collected my complimentary pre-race war paint (Seminole colors of course) and massage. The gunshot rang for our 1:30 heat, and Caleb and I were off in a dash. One hour and 37 grueling minutes later, the two of us crossed the finish line, fighting off a gauntlet of gladiators with what little feeling we had left in our extremities. The race covered nearly 4 miles of ...