La Quinta Inn & Suites Dalton
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... so I don't know what was in there) an arcade and a large meeting room. The grounds included a petting zoo, bounce house, large pool, and a playground. It was the most expensive campground too at $70. But we got a late night discount and only paid $35. Wednesday we continued east on I-90, the same road we have been on since Seattle. The scenery is typical Midwest, rolling hills and miles and miles of cornfields and soybeans. However, unlike out west, ...
... we got seen to right away. I'm sure that annoyed a lot of people. Any way the bus journey wasn't too long. I sat next to a stranger from Knoxville at first. A bit weird but nice enough. The people got off and I sat with Tim. There isn't much to do in east ridge and we have to get a taxi to town so it is quite expensive. The room isn't great but it is much better than the hell whole last week. Not May family's about just a couple of middle age ...
... at approximately 12:45. I flew out of Newark to Atlanta, Georgia at 7:45. My husband Bobby, daughter Elisha, granddaughter Ellie and grandson Major met me at the Atlanta airport. It was so good to see them! We arrived home a little after midnight. I am so blessed! I had an amazing time! What a wonderful experience! I am so thankful for Funds For Teachers! This would never have been possible without ...
... clothes ( this is in the cold winter), after 14 hrs. The door was opened, and 10 women were dead. There were 12,096 children who were transported from this concentration camp to their death camp. The youngest was 6 days old. The oldest was 16. The 6-day old child was born having difficulties. They saved him and sent him to a Death Camp! There is a Children's Monument with a toy top, a doll, a truck, a teddy bear and books below the lists of children's names. 1933 ...
... along-side of the cobblestone road leading to Platform 17. They make one think of people who are disappearing, or fading away, as they continue up the path.
The picture on the left is the cobblestone road that leads to Platform 17.
The picture on the right is a Guard Shack that still stands. The SS would watch for escaping Jews, and they would shoot any that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center