The St. Regis Atlanta
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... about evolutionary mechanisms! though I remember there were many times in medical school where we'd learn about a mechanism where there really is no evolutionary basis behind it.. it just is. As far as we know. Then we walked along a long bridge. There were little coin candy machine-looking things every few yards. You could insert a quarter and instead of candy, get fish food! We had a lot of fun tossing the fish food into the lake. We gathered ...
... in America more easily than in Europe or Asia. Attitude towards individuals with disabilities is more lax here, I feel like. Like I saw a morbidly obese lady on an electric cart at a grocery store the other way, and it was like, ah yes, America. Imagine her trying to shop at a grocery store in Stockholm! She would get stuck in the bread aisle, ugh. Anyway, so yes, America is very diverse, so I feel like obese people, short people, people with disabilities, etc are seen ...
HKG, IATA, CSD, PNR, APIS, VLML… it's no secret that the travel industry loves its initialisms. Listen in on travel professionals and you might think they were speaking in code (although they could just be trying to show off). Two, three- (even four!) letter words crop up nearly everywhere you move within the travel world: from informal discussions to white papers, internal documents and presentations.
Today’s initialism of choice is GBTA: ...
... had multiple layers of taste happening all at once. The sweet potato waffle fries were more tasteful and awesome than they sound. They were delicious by themselves, but with the side of marshmallow cream, they went over the top. The marshmallow cream was very sweat and made the fries more like a dessert than a side.
Overall Impression: A ton of food but an awesome ...
... for women struggling to lift themselves out of poverty. Instead of a handout, they believe in giving a hand-up and the tools to become self-sufficient. Trained as artisans, Same Sky women earn 15 to 20 times the average wage in Sub Saharan Africa. 100% of net proceeds are reinvested to train and employ more artisans in need. Same Sky’s motto: WE EMPLOY. YOU ...