Red Roof Inn Atlanta - Norcross
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... talking very fast. Too fast for my limited Spanish to comprehend. So I had no idea I was effectively camping in Miami for the night. Until the American Jehovah's Witness and grumpy British man joined me in my base camp (beside the power outlet nearest the Starbucks). We soon realised we spoke a common language and shared a common inability to understand angry-mob-Spanish. Eventually I nominated myself to ask for more information about the situation (the mob now had their camera phones ...
... was an energetic and outgoing man who might have had a difficult past, but seemed to be very committed and passionate about his work. We had a lot of fun in his group. After our 8 hour training we decided to go out after dinner to check out the city. We went to a local brewery and had delicious brews. Then we went to a Mexican place where we got free drinks because the bar tender was a previous VISTA! Unfortunately, I was still on antibiotics from ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
... go to a quick bar next to the hotel and rip a few whiskey shots before going to an area in Atlanta where the bars stay open a little later. The second we get to the bars, the music is blasting, the drinks are cheep, and we are having a great time. We walk up and down the street and eventually meet a group of Georgia Tech students who were chilling at the same bars we were. We chill on the street for like a half hour ...
... I did was fill my bottle up with ice water as it was going to be a 14 hour flight as the air on the flight would be as dry as a desert. Need to stay hydrated on these flights. At the gate I tried to get my seat changed but to no avail. I would be stuck in the back of the plane right in the middle seat next to two regular sized guys. Not looking forward to this. There was this big Indian family with a ton of carry-on's so I knew I had to ...