Wingate by Wyndham Atlanta / Buford
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today was another travel day. We didn't plan on seeing anything in particular, but rather just traversing as much of the South as possible. That entailed getting from VA to a suburb of Atlantic prior to nightfall. On paper, easily achievable. In reality....riddled with accidents. As it turns out, we weren't the only ones traveling on Good Friday. We did however make it to Suwanee, GA with daylight to spare! Just a few miles away Jen discovered was Georgia's largest mall, ...
... only went down that darn hill 4 times. Lame. That ish was way too expensive to go down the hill only 4 times. It was fun, I'll admit, it just wasn't worth it.
Overall, I guess we had fun. Savannah seemed content, although most of her time spent at the campsite was inside on her phone. LG was happy as long as she was being entertained, and if she wasn't, it was meltdown time. I spent most of the time at the campsite ...
... 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 ...
Last night when I returned home and was telling my mother about where I had gone, she shared with me that a "Shadburn man" would on occasion, sit with her on the steps of this same office building and help her with her homework.
Today, this building is in dire shape, as you will see from the attached photographs!