Red Roof Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Roof Inn Etowah
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... at approximately 12:45. I flew out of Newark to Atlanta, Georgia at 7:45. My husband Bobby, daughter Elisha, granddaughter Ellie and grandson Major met me at the Atlanta airport. It was so good to see them! We arrived home a little after midnight. I am so blessed! I had an amazing time! What a wonderful experience! I am so thankful for Funds For Teachers! This would never have been possible without ...
... poem, she asked me to sing my song. I told her that I would try. I almost broke once as I sang this song. I sang it from the heart! I looked around and there was not a dry eye in the house. It was a touching moment! I am so blessed for this experience! I can't imagine the sorrow of losing a child, but to have one taken from you and murdered... there are no ...
... were crammed into rooms like animals. Some were made to stay there for long periods of time. There is a crematorium here on this transition site. People who died in the camp were cremated. There were no names, rights, privacy, nothing; you were nobody, only a number. The Jews received 1 jacket, 1 pair of pants and 1 pair of clogs. There were no socks or underwear, you may have a pair of shoes; you get two shoes (2 right, 2 left, large and small, etc.). The Jews were ...
We entered the Education Room of Anne Frank House. There was a professor from the University of South Carolina there, as well as a student who was studying the Anne Frank story abroad. Amazingly, the student was from Chattanooga, Tennessee. He gave me his Business Card and a 3-D puzzle of Anne's house. You can only get the puzzle there. I was thrilled! There were others who wanted the puzzle, but I got it handed ...
... lined side-by-side at the loading dock of Platform 17 containing information of dates and the number of people put into railroad cars for extermination. This grate explains that on March 27, 1945, there were 18-Berlin Jews sent to Auschwitz for extermination. This was the last shipment of the Jews for extermination. The rail road station gave the SS a discount for tickets of deported Jews because they had so many transactions of ...