Red Roof Inn Atlanta Kennesaw
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... go to for seeing elephants. There are elephant sanctuaries that rescue and help elephants and then places that whip and torture captured elephants. So I think as consumers and tourists, it's important for us to do the extra research, talk to other people who care, and help shape ecotourism and sustainable business practices. I've always been conscientious about environmental issues, but lately I've started really thinking about how I can help in my daily ...
... race – regardless of distance. The gun sounded and we’re off, the emotion started as I passed Al with RB in his carrier. Why did I make them get up at 4am to stand in the rain? The things Number 1 fans do eh and without them none of what I try to do would be possible. Along with lycra, bin bags are in fashion at the start of any run when it rains. Starting where I did meant there was a fair amount of bin bags and ipads attached to people's arms. I decided to make ...
... of a 9 hour flight, a 30 minute transfer which would end with a 2 hour, 26 mile crawl to what will be home for the next four weeks. The Residence Inn, Marriott, Kennesaw, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Since the last blog back in 2012 a lot has happened; I've taken the wheelie bins out 163 times, spent 6,240 hours at work and made Nelly around 1,000 cups of tea (once a tea boy, always a tea boy). Oh and I’ve biked 2,500 miles, spent ...
... Lumbering was the South’s oldest industry and until interrupted by the Civil War, its fastest growing. Every town had at least one sawmill as did most plantations.
The LeMat Revolver was designed by Dr. Jean Alexandre LeMat of New Orleans just prior to the Civil War. It had a double-punch. Nine .42 caliber rounds could be fired through the ...