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... 2am bed time.
We arrived and the first thing I was was Grandma waiting out on the porch waving at us. I could see the excitement in her face when we pulled up at the house. We began unpacking our things and the family came out to greet us, so I introduced Aaron to everyone and we got settled in to our room upstairs.
Cheryl and Dave had prepared the most southern dinner possible for us which was, pulled chicken with sweet baby rays sauce, ...
... by 12noon and we had to run some errands, arrange dinner to cook for Patrice and Kelley (which I had offered to) plus we were seeing a movie and squeezing in Charming Charlie’s (an accessory store). So unfortunately, I had to raincheck with Mike and Ida and head to Kroger for ingredients for my seafood pasta, have lunch and then head to the avenue before our movie.
We got to the avenue, and I introduced Aaron to Charming Charlie’s, ...
... br> We then headed towards a ride that none of us has done, the new Joker ride. It was a large circle where the ride just went round and round and upside down (similar to the rocking ship). We waited for at least half an hour in this line because the workers had no sense of urgency to move the lines along. It was fun, but not sure it was worth the wait.
We then decided to head straight to the batman ride. We waited for about 25minutes in line, lucky in the shade, however as ...
... that, I realised that yes… mum and dad were no
longer there. We drove up and around the bend of the street and there was
Kelley’s place. We drove in and knocked on the front door and out bursts Kelley
with excitement and lots of cuddles (with her tiny little dog, Molly too).
We get settled in to our room, and decide its still early so we would go to Marietta
square for a coffee and show Aaron the ...
Writing from the Crescent, the train from New Orleans to New York, just outside of Atlanta. Bourbon street was insane: people of all ages, races and sports team affiliations drinking open containers in the streets on a Sunday night. The police are as much of a tourist attraction as the strip clubs, and will let you pet their horses and take pictures with them. We started out with a couple of hurricanes (a local cocktail of rum and passion fruit juice) at Pat ...