Norcross Inn and Suites Tech Park
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... anyone without some nervousness. Mostly though, I'm excited. I know it's going to be an amazing 4 1/2 months that I'm sure will teach me a lot about myself and will give me experiences of a lifetime.
I'll try to keep this up fairly regularly with posts about what I'm experiencing, what I'm seeing and what I'm feeling. I'm so grateful to have this opportunity and can't wait to see what's in store with me over the next 4 months! ...
... to Park Tavern would be complete without the grilled four cheese and bacon sandwich alongside a plate of pita bread and hummus. After somewhat of a light meal, we drove to Natalie's friend Alyssa's house for a glass of wine and good conversation (where Natalie and Alyssa bedazzled their nails) before walking down the street to The Lawrence on Juniper. The Lawrence is a fantastic little cocktail bar with ...
... 160;It ended up taking 1.5 hours to get the first cable car. Although it is commonly known as Sugarloaf Mountain, there are actually two mountains. Thus the first cable car takes you to Morro da Urca and then a second cable car takes you up to Pao de Acucar. Since it was dusk when I got up to the top of the first mountain, I thought I would quickly grab the second cable car to try to get up there quickly before it ...
We just arrived at the Hilton Garden Inn in Atlanta, Georgia. Our journey is just beginning! Excitement is building as I get closer to departure time! I am rehearsing my presentation on the Rosenstrasse.
I still can't believe that I am really going to study the Holocaust Experience! What a wonderful opportunity of a lifetime!
... Peru. I must say thanks for all the advice and suggestions I have had from friends along the way (Kate, Martha, Paul and others) that have shared their Peruvian experiences. Also, notes of thanks to CJ for letting me borrow his camera lens and to Phil for lending me his Nepalese Sherpa hat to keep my ears warm.
Stay tuned for the next update. I aim to keep this as current as possible depending on Internet and computer availability. Adios.