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... two and a half miles to the Gardens, which took us through some very poor and run down suburbs and then very leafy and up market ones. We hit Midtown and walked, skipped, ran and strolled through Piedmont Park. The kids found a playground which they loved and then complained about being hot.
The Botanical Gardens were great. There is currently a display of mosaic gardens which has a number of ...
A familiar scene for us. Girls up early eagerly awaiting the alarm, bags mostly packed, Matt and Jen preparing mentally for a four hour drive (more so regarding sanity than traffic)...'we're on the road again'. This was formally our last US leg drive. Breakfast, car packed, four chocolate cookies from Reception received and we were ready to leave Charlotte.
We have a fair amount of experience driving in the US now and ...
Getting off from the plane after 10 hours, we're hit by the friendliness of the Atlanta airport staff. Apart from the stupidly long queues to get through customs...and the awkward point where my fingerprints wouldn't quite match the ones they already had on the screen. It took me about 10 tries to get the green light! Apart from ...
... be a summer for the books; I'd like to do my best to remember it.
(This is all stream of consciousness so please excuse the weird sentence structures and grammatical errors.)
I graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in literature. It’s a vague enough degree where I could sort of get away with doing something, but it’s also broad enough where, if you think about it, I’m not actually qualified to do anything. I like to ...
... 8211; and donated them to the city of Atlanta. City leaders put them in Grant Park, and Atlanta’s first “zoo” opened to the public that April. Community involvement was key from the beginning; private citizens donated animals and Atlanta newspapers spearheaded fund drives. The first elephant, Clio, was purchased in 1890. The grandest collection boost occurred 40 years later, when Asa Candler Jr (1880-1953) ...