Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta
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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 ...
... itself is very modern. I found it similar to my home city (Calgary, Canada) with its ring road and transit system situated in a large X to cover all corners in the city.
From my gate, I took the free plane train that you can only access once through the security, to the domestic baggage "T" stop.
From there I walked to the Metro and bought the transit card and 2 fares for $6 from the machine. Prior, I stopped at the money exchange to exchange ...
... TV. The works! I feel utterly spoiled. We go to a nearby restaurant and both have shrimp and grits which is the specialty of the place, it was delicious. Much nicer than the grits I had in New Orleans. It's just lovely being able to sit outside all night and not feel cold, also lovely catching up with a friendly face. Already looking forward to catching up when were both back in London. I should mention Cokkie who is a total sweetheart and a fabulous host, I felt thoroughly looked ...
... all the eating we have been doing it wasn't a great fit anyway. Having slept like a baby and feeling revived we hop straight back into Cecil and head for the East coast, we have been told by the concierge to check out a place called Savanna which is around 4 hours from here, he seemed so excited for us I thought he was going to climb in the boot and come with. We have now crossed literally ...
... a photography class so I can master the new Canon T3i and capture the beauty of landscape and people of Africa