Metro Extended Stay Hotel Decatur
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So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... just when I go abroad or scuba dive. Anyway, afterwards we ate dinner back at Emory Point and by the time we got back to the dorm, it was 9pm! Looong day. Then today we visited the Atlanta Police Crime Lab. It was brand new and a lot smaller than we thought. And the people who work there treated it like jobs... Too real! Haha, I'm not sure if they exactly inspired my students to become forensic scientists in a lab, but cool opportunity nonetheless! One more ...
... Atlanta, 404.814.4000, www.atlantahistorycenter.com
At the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you can visit the bones of the largest dinosaur ever classified, the Argentinosaurus. Now, the history of that dinosaur may go back further than that of Emily Harrison (1874-1973), but Emily gets credit for the purchase of the woodland on which the Museum now stands, and for the vision that preserved it as a “school in the ...
... Back at the cabin we all had a lazy remainder of the afternoon snoozing and reading before heading into town again. Where we headed to Mellow Mushroom for pizza and salad. Delicious and super filling all of us had to take pizza home.
Another good nights sleep but without Wolfgang and we all started showering and packing, except for Ed who had gotten up earlier than us all and gone cycling up into the mountains. After he freshened up and we all finished off we ...
... can access an email account or our synchronized calendars really). We get more "stuff" done.
The sad thing is, however, we're missing life itself. We miss interacting with beautiful, amazing, dream-filled, God-imaged people for producing more "stuff" - whether it is documents or advertising or web development or shelf stock. I can't even remember the last time I looked at the stars in the States. In Argentina, I still remember sitting around the ...