Red Roof Inn Atlanta Kennesaw
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
... to the city. Time to go to the Coca Cola Museum! It was very enjoyable. Spent about 2 hours wandering around. All the old signs, bottles etc that I used to see when I was young.....maybe I need to be in the museum too! The history of how Coke was invented etc made for a very interesting couple of hours. There was a tasting room with all the different flavours of drinks made by the company from all over the ...
... to race that day over Marathon and Half Marathon distance the emotion of what I was about to undertake started to sink in. My first marathon. My first 20 plus mile run in months. The hills. The weather. The Wall (what past marathon runners tell me happens at some point during the race, there’ll be a dark place at some point). Being a regular on the local race scene over the past 12 or so months you see the same faces and know roughly where to place yourself. Upon ...
... 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 ...