Residence Inn Atlanta Norcross / Peachtree Corners
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We depart in 6 days. Flights and hotels are confirmed and we have many ideas of what we want to see and do. We've added stops to Hong Kong and Singapore! Dave will eat his way around the world...just give me coffee in the morning and I'll be good to go! We are looking forward to trying local cuisine in the places we travel to. Brazilian steak houses, croissants, cheese and champagne ...
Well. It's official. I'm am FINALLY going to Sicily! Being able to spend 11 weeks in Sicily is a dream come true and I could not be more excited for it. The reason I will be in Sicily all summer is Camp Adventure, the program I went to Hawaii with last summer. I will be a day camp counselor on an US Navy base there. I will work Monday through Friday with cute little kiddos and then will ...
Our airport connection picks us up at 7.00 am. We are traveling with Jaane & Mick and Bruce & Elizabeth to the airport coincidentally. We set our alarm at 5.45 am so we had enough buffer time to wake up. We went down stairs and had a bit of brekky and came back cleaned our teeth and took our own bags to the bus. They were all waiting for us and we had a nice and easy trip to the airport. We said our goodbyes, Jaane and Mick we re going to Las Vegas and then onto ...
... face are the faces of 3 men; Confederate president: Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. The first man to start the monstrous task of carving the rock sadly parted ways with the rest of the team and his work is no longer part of the final design - however, this man is responsible for Mount Rushmore, so he can't have been that bad! Stone Mountain is also the place where the Ku Klux Klan revival took place in the 1920's. Happily, these ...
... three things that stuck out to me most. In order to enter the area housing the servers you have to sign in and scan your fingerprint in conjunction with a specifically issued pass. There is no stairwell access and security surveys the area 24/7. In terms of monitoring the server room, a main computer can detect even the slightest fluctuation in temperature at any point in the room, specialized fire detectors can sense the smallest particle of ...