Wingate by Wyndham Atlanta Airport Fairburn
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... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
... April 4, 1965 while giving a speech out on the balcony of a Memphis hotel and died. The man who hated all blacks and was against desegregation got away but was tracked down and arrested and went to jail.
- in 1974 his mother and another man were shot and killed and 3 others wounded inside the church.
- 1986 was first recognized holiday of Martin Luther King day. Ronald Regan signs the bill.
- His wife died in 2006 and is entombed next to he ...
... amp; headed to the curb for our ride. Austin arrived with his friend, Hunter & there in the backseat was the best sight I could only dream about, Bear! I opened the back door & was greeted to him barfing up a large pile of....none the less than, beer sausages!!! Seems Austin had fed him very well that morning & then gave him one of his famous car rides! Had a limited amount of kleenex on hand & since my ...
Alright, you caught me. I am not actually in Atlanta yet, that won't happen for another few days. However, today is Saturday and is ALL about getting ready for this trip! I slept for nearly 11 hours to finally clear my head of all vestiges of accounting knowledge...I need the room for Europe party/travel thoughts. I also took a quick jaunt to the doctor who happily obliged my complaints of a sore throat ...
... insider bargain company to hit Atlanta. While Tinie was indeed entertaining, the dancing of the "cool Asians" and "urban white girls" made for great fodder. We realized several of Tinie's songs had made it to ATL radio,unbeknown to us. We danced the night away, realizing we were witnessing either the fostering of a star or the pinnacle performance of a one-hit wonder.
"Seasons come and go, but I will never change. I'm on my ...