Hyatt Place Atlanta-East/Lithonia
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... for baked goods, and home decor. We then walked around the gardens, first stopping by the Birds of Prey show that takes play daily. The lady did a great job explaining the different birds and their habits and habitats. We got there 15 minutes in (the whole show is 30 minutes) and got to see two owls and a vulcher. I guess they must've shown fancier birds like eagles, hawks, and falcons earlier! The presenter was very animated ...
... case, my mom loved the huge green houses too. It began down pouring, so a big family on bikes took shelter under the green house. They had a little 3-4-year-old kid with them. He looked like he had Down's Syndrome. He drifted over to me and my mom, and the family overreacted and grabbed him right away. He was so cute! My mom and I talked about how the US as a country seems much more disability-friendly. It's true! I really believe people with physical disabilities can ...
... enormous and had a lot of viewing areas. It amazed me at the sheer size of the whale shark and the manta rays which were immense. I could have stayed there all day and watched them. The other favorite was the sea dragons. Although small they were so cool looking and I had never seen or heard of them before. They indeed looked like tiny dragons. I did not get to see the octopus although on that note it was one of the most bizarre ...
... to support this time... The highlight though, was that Olly and I got on the "Kiss Cam"!
After collecting our bags, we hopped in a taxi to our hotel, where we were greeted by a very friendly Indian guy at the desk, and a not-so-friendly cockroach in our room! Olly and I then broke out our well-rehearsed routine, where I try and climb on to the highest piece of furniture, and Olly tries to chase/corner and stamp on the roach. We must be getting better as the horror was over ...
... King Jr, and home to many key leaders in the civil rights movement, Atlanta played yet another critical role in American history in the mid 1900s.
We started today with a tour of CNN and were shown the news rooms and studios. Next we moved on to the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, and then we visited the Cyclorama.