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... We watched the Dolphins and their trainers do all sorts of tricks. Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos their performances. Caught up with the gang after they had dinner. I didn't want to eat before big road trip. We went on the Ferris Wheel. The views of the city at night were fantastic. Photos didn't do it justice. We are leaving at 6am tomorrow to head for Orlando......8 hr drive. May stop off somewhere if we get tired! Off to ...
Finally able to do some washing before heading out to Downtown Atlanta. A woman's work is never done. Want to see some shopping malls......not that I want to buy anything as no room in the case, but just to sticky beak. Also will go to the Coca Cola Museum I think! Went to the Peachtree Mall. The hotel shuttle bus took me there. It was a disappointment! All there was was food shops......I'm so over food ...
... we've ever
eaten! Hubby had the Cuban sandwich, I had one their signature bowls
with rice and beans and other deliciousness. We sat outside on the
patio where they were having Trivia Night, so we joined in.
Definitely recommend this place for either lunch or dinner.
Salt & Straw - Really creative and delicious ice cream
Voodoo Donuts - This is a don't-miss spot in Portland, more
for the decor and ...
... wheel, its only $15 so not expensive and a great way to see the city from up high. It's like the London eye but maybe not quite as high, you go around three or four times and get a good view of the local layout. Dinner. The CNN News building is just a couple of blocks away, we decide to eat there as we have heard It's a Mall type building with not only the studio but restaurants and fast food outlets from around the world. Again we are using ...
... like Truman, Eisenhower, Carter, Ford, and George HW Bush who have served as president have more subdued museums. Bill Clinton’s in Little Rock is naturally massive, grandiose, and particularly self-glorifying. All naturally cast their lives and presidencies in the most positive light, even Nixon’s despite his resignation and disgrace. The Reagan Library/Museum seems the most ideological, reflecting his fervent ...