Hometown Inn - Riverdale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... I last sore Linda well over 30 years or more. We had a great evening, great food and it was a shame we could not of stayed longer but we had already made plans to in North Carolina.
Bonus day! The hotel is very American. It had such a wonderful bathroom that I took three showers today. The service though is pretty bad so I wouldn't recommend it. Barra da Tijuca is like an American suburb but with apartments. There is quite a bit of construction going on and row after row of similar looking high-rise apartment buildings. It's quite a ways past Leblon. The breakfast was also more American then we had eaten before. After breakfast, ...
... cola from around the world. Went home. Showered. And was picked up by Mike to go to the NFL game, Falcons v Patriots. Didn't realise but he had lounge passes, great free food, and drinks, and general hospitality, but we also got pitch side passes which was amazing! Saw Jim Carey too. The actual seats were on the 50 yard line, on row 18. Perfect seats! Incredible view and great night out. If it wasn't for the legendary Tom Brady, the home team probably would have ...
... fourteen Atlanta men got together and founded the Atlanta Historical Society; Walter McElreath (1867-1951) led the group that began by publishing a history bulletin (last published in 2006). The group remained small till 1986, when Beverly DuBose donated a collection of Civil War artifacts and the current museum was built. Since then, a $15 million museum opened (1993); an expansion was completed (1996); a fourth permanent exhibit ...