InTown Suites Atlanta Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gasping and surprisingly tasty plane food - I eventually landed in Lima. My bags took forever to arrive. I had begun planning how long I could get away with wearing the same clothes when I sighted the most wonderful sight. My bags limped out from behind the flappy grey shutters and rolled toward me. Whispering promises that i would never leave them again, I heaved the bags onto my back and under my arm and made for the exit. There Mili was, with a brilliant sign 'Julia Fernando' - I had made ...
... before in the New River Gorge I was drinking beer and I was just fine. However, the drinks we were given had tequila in them and I now know taking them was one of the stupidest decisions of my life...I am not sure if I had an allergic reaction or what but the next day I must have thrown up at least 4 times.. It was not fun...
So I was sick all day during training and into the evening. I was able to slightly keep some food down at dinner but I was still ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
... hit the ball a rather long way and as Matt said, ‘flush it’.
Today was super warm and humid so we bought lunch and sat on the grass on the par 3 6th, to watch the players tee off. The added advantage was they walked immediately in front of us on the way to and from the tee so the girls got a much better idea of who the players were. None of the Aussies noticed our Australian hat but that’s ok, ...
... novelty. I thought I'd have a look around and maybe get some breakfast. I headed down into the lobby and saw that breakfast wasn't complimentary like the other hotels I had stayed in, I was undecided as to whether I wanted to pay so I went outside first. I walked past the empty pool and through the gate and onto the sand. The sand was pretty hard, and tire marks and traffic cones dictated the flow of traffic. Though no cars were on the move while I was there. ...