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I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.
"To travel is to take a journey into yourself." - Danny Kaye
... up a little as it was so hard that I couldn't see the signs.
I was staying at the Omni and she came down on a Sunday just to keep me company and took me on a CNN tour. We got out photo taken at a "news desk' and I found out that she kept it at her desk all these years. I KNEW there was no reason to have a web cam at my house! Anyone wanting to see me could just go over to Donna's desk. ;-)
On Sunday, Nov 9, London, Jen and David came over. It was awesome ...
Our journey starts here at Summit Hill Elementary. Every class will be tracking their miles in PE class and together we will travel across America. Can't wait to see where our journey takes us. Along the way we will stop at the state capitals and see what we can learn.
First stop = Nashville, TN
Distance from SHE = 236 ...
... 8230;we turned the car west and headed for Georgia. We drove through Columbia, SC, Augusta and on toward Atlanta. The next few hours were unremarkable, with miles and miles of interstate, couched in tall green trees with few exits and a lot of, what appeared to be, sparsely populated areas.
Eventually we reached Atlanta and, since it was Sunday, we decided to take a tour of the city up close, not fearing any traffic issues. And ...
... were very suspicious about everyone and most didn't make eye contact.
Earlier in the night I grabbed a gyro from a pita joint where I sat and ate as I listened to Russian guy declare to his company that he spoke Russian, Spanish, Portuguese and English. At one point they mentioned "Homeless" Joe and one white girl hadn't heard of him. I interjected, "I've been here an hour and I know who "Homeless" Joe is!" She joked back and they continued on. When I got back to the hostel ...