Ramada Marietta/Atlanta North
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... able to purchase some of White Haven's sand, and that was to make the glass for the Hubble Spacecraft. It almost feels like more of a liquid than a solid. What I would give to feel that between my toes again. Later that night, after a massive Spaghetti feast prepared by crew member and executive chef- Lloyd Peter Pan Roid, we saw sharks feeding on squid, angel fish under our boat and massive schools of jelly fish. The last day, we woke up early to do one final snorkel; on the hunt ...
... something to do with attracting chicks, but I tell you what it does attract; Boston Terriers. They run and jump, and bite at them. Apparently they aren't toxic, or Sprocket would be dead. Oh, by the way; they are Coleoptera (beetles) NOT FLIES! still pretty cool. These are way bigger then the ones I saw in Oklahoma, and brighter too. Tomorrow we will tie up some loose ends and pack for the grand adventure. We ship out Sunday. Jenn, Barret and "The ...
... the downstairs gift shop or like me, overhear someone discussing it, you might never be inclined to visit the cafe or for that matter, you might not even realize it’s there. But if you are reading this, and you find yourself visiting the Marietta Square in the near future, seek it out, because it’s definitely worth the trip, and actually, it would be an ideal place for an afternoon date, cozy, nice view, good food, not too expensive, ...
... was originally constructed as the Ponce de Leon Hotel. Check out the link for some great history on it. The quaint side streets held more shops and Victorian homes and more restaurants than we could possibly explore on this trip. But we didn’t spend too much time strolling because we wanted to get back to the Westcott to enjoy the evening wine and cheese prepared each day for ...