Quality Inn - Carrollton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... or booze (dude it's 6 am obviously it's water) and that we should know better than to lie down in a place of business. We had some choice words we wanted to say back but didn't want to be detained and miss our train so we left it alone and just stewed about it on the train instead... At least, until we fell asleep five minutes later. Getting in to Atlanta in the next few minutes, and we won't be taking any more trains for ten days... So look for my next entry ...
... industry dating back to the early 1800's. Some exhibits date back to 12,000 B.C. I had wanted us to go on the train (it closed due to the rain), hiking at the park in which the museum is located, and see the outside exhibits. However, it started raining so we left quickly.
We drove through the town of Villa Rica.
We ate dinner at the condo and watched the movie Lone Survivor.
... the ruins.
We hiked the rocky bluffs with the rapid Sweetwater Creek below us to a waterfall overlook. This hike was an additional half mile. We then returned to the visitors' center and ate our lunch. After lunch, we hiked another trail at the park. We hiked about 4.2 miles today. The temperatures were in the low 80's.
... turned 2 and has been a great addition to the family, he is enjoying being in Atlanta having a backyard to himself. He a seasoned traveller and thinks he rules the house.
Chile is too stunning to capture on camera but we did our best while taking advantage of the mountains, vineyards and the ocean. In between we managed to knock ...
... out of MS on I 22. The first half of the drive was SO easy. So easy that I was wondering if a disaster had hit the area and I was the only person left alive to drive the freeway. The traffic was waiting for me as I neared Birmingham. Even on a Saturday, getting through B and staying on I 22 was a bit of a challenge, and the roads were fairly bumpy. AL becomes more hilly as I head East, crossing numerous rivers and through Taladega National ...