The Lodge on Lake Oconee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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My experience at J.W. Marriott started as a pleasant experience and has ended as a customer service nightmare that I have only previously read about online. I traveled to Atlanta in a vehicle that I had just purchased 3 weeks prior and had 1,500 miles on it as I pulled into the hotel. I was excited about my trip as I had custom ordered this vehicle after just selling my previous car that was 10 years old and had 250,000 miles on it. ...
Drove through some driving rain for a few hours, but made it to Madison, GA. It'll be only three hours to home on Sunday. It's so nice we can park our traveling hotel room safe and secure in a Walmart parking lot whenever we need to! Of course another typical Switzer travel experience ...
... lately at work though, so I'm kind of feeling a little burnt out. We'll see though. Until then, stay classy.
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... This will save the park a lot of money, as it can cost up to 30,000 dollars a day for the massive plowing operation. Other cuts include not filling vacant positions and hiring fewer seasonal employees for the busy summer months.
We can most assuredly put a dollar amount on these savings. It's definitely tangible to look at a bottom line and see how much money you're cutting. What is the real cost though? Our National Parks ...
So, I got to thinking (I know, I know; I do this entirely too much, and sentences that start off with "So, I got to thinking" usually lead to some kind of debaucherous mischief with this crew): what if for this year's epic man trip, I was to keep some kind of log or journal? And what if I could do that, and put it where everybody could see it as we go along? Then I thought, how in the world would I go about ...