Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Stockbridge/Atlanta I-75
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... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
... br> - King was stabbed once and lived and his house was bombed once with no casualties.
- Another time there was a bomb found on the steps of his house that never went off.
- He was arrested numerous times in his life.
- He had meetings with JFK a couple times and JFK helped his wife locate Dr. King once when he was arrested and disappeared.
- Won a Nobel peace prize in 1964 and was the youngest ever to do so.
- He was shot in the ...
... to go in and check it out but interesting. We walked down to the Marta statkion at Peachtree and went back to the hotel...first to the airport and....... then by shuttle train to the hotel. After checking in and packing we went across the street to the Marriott for a beer and sliders. Now it's off. To bed as tomorrow it will be a really early ...
... Christian Dahl (Senior Vice President of Talent Management and Global Human Resources), and Mark Judson (Vice President of Strategic Sourcing). During our time with them we were able to ask questions about the travel industry, their backgrounds, and their advice for us in this point in our careers. We were encouraged to live into the MAP motto of “Work Hard, Play Hard”, to do everything we can to learn – even (and especially) when that means taking on ...
... Atlanta, 404.814.4000, www.atlantahistorycenter.com
At the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you can visit the bones of the largest dinosaur ever classified, the Argentinosaurus. Now, the history of that dinosaur may go back further than that of Emily Harrison (1874-1973), but Emily gets credit for the purchase of the woodland on which the Museum now stands, and for the vision that preserved it as a “school in the ...