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... the language Tswana, a language spoken by 6.1 million people in Southern Africa including the Batswana people (plural of Motswana, the name for someone from Botswana). I'm excited for the opportunities to get to know the Batswana people and culture and explore a new place.
I'm excited, but a little nervous...I don't think you can take this big of a trip to a new place where you ...
... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...
Nashville was a lot different than I expected as a city. I had been told by some people I'd met in Australia, that Memphis wasn't the place to stay and to head to Nashville. The highway driving is easy and most of the interstates vary between 2 and 7 lanes. We arrived in Nashville on dusk and we hadn't booked anywhere to stay. I searched for accommodation under booking.com and found a non-smoking 2 Queen sized beds room for the night for the special of $98 at Red Roof Inn. ...
... the gate at JFK, waiting for my flight to Nice. My carry on suitcase is packed for my 10-day European journey abroad.
Amelia did not take my news very well. She moves back to school on Friday & she couldn't believe I was ditching her for Nice ~ she'll get over it! Her things are already in Macon in storage & Jeff can move her in, they'll do just fine! ...
... on Luckie Street. We crossed Peachtree Street several times. In Atlanta, there are at least 30 other streets with the name "Peachtree."
We walked to the State Capital which was built in 1889 and is noted for its 75 foot high gold dome. It is topped with the "Miss Freedom" statue which weighs about a ton; holds a torch in her right hand, in remembrance of Georgia's war dead; and a sword in her left hand, symbolic of military protection of ...