Sleep Inn Douglasville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Apart from the crummy Wi-Fi, the room was decent and in a good location for our trip.
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Touched down in Atlanta after a delayed flight, but the "Bar-B-Q Combo Platter" from the the Williamson Bros. made it all worthwhile. Picked up a few travel necessities and a bandana from the nearby Wal-Mart before retiring for the night. Can't wait to see what tomorrow feeds us! Off to Talladega and Alabama.
... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... of an employee in BCD – all these results helps the company make strategic decisions to build a better confident-self and move forward.
Next came the GPMO (Global Project Management Organization) which is where Sargam would be working so of course her light bulb lit up in a second. They were able to explain us the roles of each team and how they help in executing a certain project. After that was Supplier Relations team who presented us with ...
... non-negotiable. Life will never be perfect but enjoying the imperfections with family is as close as it gets!! So if you’re heading home for the holidays or you live down the street, never take them for granted… Thank you for being part of our lives and we hope that our paths will cross again sometime in 2014. Happy New Year & Endless Love, D & Matt
... etc. Finally, he asked, "What's the greatest nation?" I said, "I'm still searching, but I love the U.S." And he replied, "The best nation is Do-nation. Donation man. You got some cash or can you buy me a sandwich?" I was in a hurry and carrying way too much cash on me to mess around, so I told him I was in a rush and as I left he exclaimed that he was "Homeless" Joe. I did some circling and eventually made it to Atlanta International Hostel on the corner of Ponce de Leon ...