Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... Chile money for US. They wouldn't take my Argentina Pesos and I imagine I will have a tough time exchanging those.
At the Center of the X is where you can switch to a different train. The station I went to was "Martin Luther King Memorial Station".
About 3 blocks from that down Jackson street is Ebenezer Baptist Church where he, his father and grandfather all were pastors. After stopping in there to take a photo and make a prayer, I went to ...
... Lexington Square. All the luxury shops were there and we ate at a nice Healthy restaurant...True Foods Kitchen. I had a quinoa and Mediterranean salad and W had a Turkey Pita with salad and roast sweet potato hash. We sat outside and had a lovely late lunch....then we went to the Olympic Square and the Aquarium and Coca Cola Museum.....too late ...
... have worked under you and be able to use you as a reference. It is so evident how much positive influence you have not only in my life but in all of the FASET staff because of the mix of your wisdom and passion for students. I cannot believe you left Georgia Tech, and the Institute is not quite the same without you, but I know you are doing great things at Emory. Thank you for being a great role model in my life, and I hope to keep in touch as I move on through my life.
It has been quite wet for the last couple of days. We left Cherokee on Monday and drove through the lovely Natahala Gorge and into Georgia. Yesterday it was still raining so we went for a drive, across the Buford Dam and into Duluth, before returning to our campsite just outside of Atlanta.
In 1837 an almost random dot on the map was ...