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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... landed dead in the middle of a convention. We are the only people here not wearing a uniform. We have a gun so we fit right in on that one and thank you, thank you, thank you common sense for stopping me from purchasing herb at our last stop......lol
And here ends this leg of the saga..... Hope you enjoy it with us! Remember if you're reading this through facebook, you have to click on the travelpod link to read the comments on the pictures....
... it wasn't always that way. For some time burials were allowed in the backyards of private residence. In fact, many were buried in the earth basements of homes. Real estate regulations don't require disclosure of interments.
Our campsite just outside the city provided an excellent launching point for several day trips allowing us to explore the flora and fauna of this amazing area.
... it to him. She was lovely. There was a purple that had breakfast with Tony and Sue who sat beside us from the hotel this morning, he worked for NASA and another couple from Atlanta. The conversation was lovely, Andrew was loving talking to the ladies and they were interested in him too. Oh my lord, we ate, fried chicken, cabbage, creamed corn, mashed potato, collared greens, black eyed peas, meatloaf, barbecued pork, three bean mix, turnips, baked beans, ...
... I tried a cheese and egg biscuit for breakfast, at a blue and pink diner. A biscuit tastes something like a dessert scone but somehow the combination worked. After a four hour journey to Atlanta, Janos kindly dropped me off at the greyhound depot - over an hour diversion from his destination in Athens. Thank you Janos for the time we shared together and the subsequent memories of conversations and places - I will miss your ...
... at Cracker Barrel awaits us (Will's first visit, so this is a big deal). The Diva (that's me, in case you're new here) didn't plan well and did not anticipate the hotel not only having no room service, but no delivery-to-hotel options either. Breakfast may be earlier rather than later. Just part of the adventure. As is sharing the king bed with the slumbering kiddo. I'm too old for a sofa bed. Here's hoping neither of us decide to sleep diagonally tonight...