La Quinta Inn Atlanta Marietta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... will be useful if we need emergency charging of our phones.
And I finally found a hat at REI. It is packable so that is good and will offer some good sun protection in those hot SE Asian countries!
I've started laying things out to put in my suitcase and I'm getting a little concerned about that 20 inch suitcase!!! Craziness!!! Who on earth can live out of a 20 inch suitcase ...
... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... course of our trip.
We traveled 8,867 miles
in 46 days,
traveling through 2 countries,
22 states, 4 provinces,
stopped at 22 different Costcos,
slept in 33 different locations,
filled up the car 34 times
(price ranging from $3.14/gal in Meridian, MS, to $1.31/Liter (or $4.98/gal) in Calgary, Alberta)
stayed at 6 different military bases
visited 7 National or state parks
Take a page from my book, and take a few hours to enjoy yourself. There are many small towns that take pride in their local history and town squares. If you visit the one in Marietta, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. By the way, this is also where country/western singer and songwriter, Travis Tritt, was born.
2011 Anabelle Lee Macri
For as long as I can remember, ever since I was much younger, I have admired the historic ...
... about safety and all.
Everybody has had some kind of warning or advice about being safe in Russia. Come on guys: it’s not like I’m going to a war zone; I’m not some easy target for these "criminal" people, as they are portrayed.
In Atlanta from exiting the plane I went to my next gate. There were all the Russians. Typical: everyone to oneself, no one looking around, ...