Courtyard Atlanta Decatur Downtown/Emory
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... parents who are like 25-35 years older relate to them!? Hanging around teenagers makes me think quite a bit about how I want to raise kids and the potential issues. After the food court, we took a "street car". It's a completely new thing. It's a blue tram that makes a loop around downtown. It's free until 2016! The ticket system and blue color reminded me of the tram in Stockholm :) the one I rode to Skansen to meet Christoffer! I think that was the ...
... when I first met you. Now I know, you are this incredibly goofy guy with a very unique sense of humor, and my life would not be the same without it. Even past the humor, you always have something insightful to say that takes me by surprise. You have helped me break down my outer wall, truly open up to someone, and let people help me through some of my troubles. Thank you for not judging me too hard and always being a rational voice in my somewhat crazy life. I hope ...
... and that soon it will be our turn to take care of our parents... check on them, make sure they are doing ok, ensure they made it to their destinations when they travel... etc. etc. It was almost like a "Beverly Hills 90210" moment when I realized I am a 33 year old who was playing an early 20s role... I'm not stupid, clearly I understand I am an adult... it was just a bittersweet moment that moments like the weekend we just had are limited and numbered... ...
... times in a long time I can remember just sitting with a friend since coming back and talking.
The beautiful thing about coffee, or drinking a mate, with people in Argentina, and the South in general, is that it takes an afternoon - never just an hour like it always does here in the USA. People actually want you to just hang out. You talk about life, that pretty girl you'd like to take on a date, the good wine you found the other day, dreams, hopes, ...