Country Hearth Inn & Suites Atlanta / Marietta and Banquet Hall
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Today my dad joined me and my mom in visiting Callaway Gardens! We stopped by Callaway Gardens' Country Shop first for the view and sample of country foods like grits and syrupy biscuits. According to the my parents, the food at the country shop restaurant is mediocre and expensive, but people go there for the view! The wait was too long, so we ended up eating elsewhere. The shop had a lot of cute southern-living-esque souvenirs, like hundreds of ...
So the area my parents live in has a famous attraction called Callaway Gardens. It's a 2,500 acres of gorgeous land, containing manicured landscapes, golf courses, horticultural centers, chapel, trails, lakes, sandy beach, and more! They hold many special events including concerts and hot air balloon festival! My parents have a family membership, so I went for a drive with my mom. I seem to be spending a lot of time my mom... It's nice! So we went on a scenic drive ...
... 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 ...
... us a false sense of security. Being picked up from the airport and driven from place to place will be a far cry from what we are about to embark on but as a friend of mine said this first week is all about: "getting the London out of our systems".
Sham's cousin Jai took us to spend two nights in a small Georgia college town called Milledgeville where we were shown the ropes by Ankit, a.k.a the prince of Milledgeville. My first observations ...
... 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 ...