Travel Blogs from Atlanta
... but also mentioned a lot of scientific facts, which I liked personally but may not have been easy enough for all the kids in the audience to understand. But as my mom said, for them it's probably more about just seeing the big birds fly over their heads! It was cool to learn that the great horned owl has eyes that take up 50%25 of its skull space, which doesn't leave much room for developed eye muscles. Instead, it has a very flexible neck (equipped ...
... there, so I got to talk to them. One of them was a registered nurse! She said she got this job because she's always loved gardening and she can't imagine leaving the job! I thought it was so inspiring! One thing I noticed about being in a rural area is that there are fewer people, so one person has to do a lot of different things. The denser a place with more high qualified, experienced people, the more specialized each job gets. It's the same in medicine. There are ...
... a place where things like prices and speed limits don't seem to apply until they do. The accommodation was no different. We arrived at what seemed a nice motel that is part of a chain called "Red Roof Inn" and the lady made us wait at the counter while she worked on the computer. That was a fail and a first strike. Secondly she seemed really disinterested at being there, which is no way to greet guests and potential customers. She finally served me and I said I was interested in ...
... like three months ago that we were at Tyler's school looking for his glasses before we left Atlanta. Everyday has been pretty much non-stop and so much has happened in such a short time.
For a little rundown of the highlights:
Favorite thing we did:
Tyler's choice - Fiery Furnace hike
My choice - hike in Grand Tetons to Inspiration Point and Cascade Canyon
Favorite National Park:
... 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 ...
Other places to stay in Atlanta
Downtown, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $125
Midtown, Atlanta | 3 star motelfrom $119
- Unique Decor
- Absolutely beautiful
- Good with Caveats
Downtown, Atlanta | 2 star motelfrom $111
1360 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $48
Perimeter, Atlanta | Motelfrom $44
Midtown, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $78
Southern Atlanta/Airport, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $50
Perimeter, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $52
Buckhead/Lenox Square, Atlanta | Motelfrom $23