Wingate by Wyndham Atlanta / Buford
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... I had the middle seat, but By luck of the draw I got to sit in row number 10, which is basically what I consider first class. The kid sitting next to me was going to Nicaragua to do missions work as well and told me he wanted to go to UNC and become a pastor. After our flight safely landed we wished each other luck and were on our way. Once in Nicaragua, we walked out of the airport and across the street to our hotel. We got our rooms figured ...
... 3rd: Thailand. The bills are not the prettiest but the currency conversion is interesting. 100 Thai Baht (THB) converts to about $1.30. You can imagine what a wad of cash you can carry...although the value isn't that great. If you carry $100 it would convert to about THB 3500! Of course food and services are relatively inexpensive in Thailand so the THB or $ goes a long way.
MOST HARROWING TAXI RIDE:
1st Place: Bangkok, Thailand. Yikes. The ...
... Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, House of Black Madonna, Cubism museum, meet great people.
Amsterdam: Van Gogh museum, Rembrant Museum, Bicycle tour, Canal tour and meet great people.
I will return on a Tuesday and report back to work on Wednesday.
If you are planning to visit any of these areas after me and would for me to do a little investigating for you while I am there, drop me a line. I will see what I can uncover for ...
... Br......adley, Celia Gordon, Jan Greer, Montie Brogdon, Nan Bridges, Ann Sears, Ann Burel, Jack Brogdon, Glenn Cooper, Frank Power, Julius and Johnnie C., Jr.”
Note: The Buford Advertiser
Photo: Mrs. Johnnie Crescenti, Sr. She, her husband, and son who died in World War II are buried in The Buford City Cemtery.
Buford - 365 Days!
... A woman in civilian attire places her right hand over her heart while standing upright.
4. Whenever the Star-Spangled Banner is played, a civilian stands upright and faces the music, with right hand over heart, except when the flag is being lowered at sunset, on which occasion he faces the flag and salutes as described above. The salute is held until the last note of the anthem is played.”
Note: The flag in the photograph is located in the Buford City ...