Red Roof Inn Atlanta South Morrow
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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 ...
These two days have been so busy!! Yesterday was a full day field trip. Full day literally like 9am to 9pm. We first went to the World of Coca Cola, an absolutely delightful, multi-sensory, incredibly engaging museum of Coca Cola, which was founded and is headquartered in Atlanta. They did such a great job with the history of Coca Cola, as well as sharing joys of people loving the products through 4D theater (3D plus wind/water/moving chairs effects) ...
... Anyway, I got there and walked to the wrong side of the building. When I walked back, a twinkly-eyed lady with round glasses and chin-length silvery white hair was getting out of her car. She asked if I was going to the meditation and eagerly showed me the way. In the 40 yards we walked together, she had already found out I stay on campus and offered me a ride back! The studio was small in width and length but the ceiling went up two stories high. ...
... To talk to no one for days and constantly find yourself speechless with the wild and the sun and the green. You find yourself that way, I think. Sometimes, though, I think that would just be so lonely. And when you’re down or blue, being lonely isn’t romantic or poetic, it’s just lonely. And that was what I loved about this story. Is she’s forward about that, and it’s poignant and edged and, well, beautiful. ...
... diamonds a gift from a sultan. No photos allowed. An english speaking russian guide provides the tour to about 15 people at a time. We were able to get very close up views of all these items. It is hard to describe the enormity and opulence of the palaces and churches. The iconic artistry of the churches really has to be studied individually to be appreciated but the overall impression of the work in these Greek Orthodox churches is spectacular. Overall we were quite impressed ...