Country Hearth Inn & Suites Atlanta / Marietta and Banquet Hall
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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T-8 and counting! We are close to being ...
... counselors. I am excited to see all the beautiful sights Sicily has to offer. Lastly, I am a little exhausted from all this traveling and planes. It really takes it out of you! Well this will be the most boring post you will have to read on this blog so congratulations you survived! I can't wait to share stories of all my travels and all the funny things my campers say!
... That's about 7 for everyone back home. We braved what felt like a hurricane to get here. Imagine the worst storm you have been in while living in California. Now, make the rain drops larger, and the wind faster, then couple it with a speed limit 10 mph faster, and do it towing a trailer, and you'll have some idea of what today was like. At one point I had to don my rain gear (always in the back of the truck) and take to the windows with ...
... can take you far. Keep that in mind when planning your RV itinerary, make sure the places you want to see are not too far from the campsite. Some campsites offer shuttle or bus service to popular destinations.
When bringing bikes, bring your bike lock. I forgot mine at home. We never had an issue with our bikes being at risk but I wouldn't chance it again.
Lessons learned while packing: you don't need as much stuff as you think you ...
... of measured calculation and restraint. I’m just kidding, I almost smashed into the back of a tractor trailer merging into I-75 traffic. Despite the near embarrassing beginning, I settled down and enjoyed the hell out of driving that beast.
Over the border we purchased a road atlas (crucially including Canada). We made Atlanta by early evening, straight through to Marietta to meet our friend Nick before going out ...