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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... disappointed faces. I instantly met a group of 4 ladies. 2 sisters (Lisa and Monique) and their friend (Thres), all from Canada, and one Aussie (Cass). I went straight for a cold beer before boarding the boat, but I could tell they were going to be a fun clique to go to sea with for a couple of nights. Was I right as ever. I'm honored to have met all of them. We all boarded the boat and quickly became friends- along with Hattie (or Shatty...or Harriet when she's a CEO) from England. ...
Atlanta is a city of extremes which paralleled our time there. Just like the start of our journey when we drove into Minneapolis, driving into Atlanta was also extremely stressful when we were already tired. In one sense it is a very successful city, spawning some huge multinational corporations such as CNN and Coca Cola as well as hosting the Olympic Games, but on ...
... last city that I visited was Varanasi. It was amazing. I loved the city very much. The river banks, the temples, the markets…all fascinated me very much. The city is called to be a city of peace and I really found this thing there.
After spending ten days in the city, I returned to my hometown. I, Dean Scheu, would love to visit India again and suggest you once in your life you must visit this ...
... an introduction by Ted, the husband and wife team of David Walker and Lois Hart anchored the first newscast. Burt Reinhardt, then executive vice president of CNN, hired most of the first 200 employees, including the network’s first news anchor, Bernard Shaw. Today the company has 36 bureaus (10 domestic, 26 international), more than 900 affiliated local stations, and several regional and foreign-language networks around the ...