Travel Blogs from Atlanta
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 ...
... boat...10 years ago. But, being nearly 30, I opted for a more relaxed and smaller boat with an option to dive The Great Barrier Reef. All of the boats depart from the same marina around the same time. I arrived to my boats meeting spot and quickly realized the difference between demographics on each boat. I looked around the faces of the New Horizon's (my home for the next few days) passengers and counted about 6 males (not including crew). Not that I cared, but I could see ...
... can go wrong, does for me, and this is the one instance where I really, really can't control too many things. I have already spent way too much time in airports throughout my life, so a 21-hour travel day is like a piece of cake (not really), but I'll be too tired and excited once I get to Florence that I won't really care about anything other than my environment.
When I first traveled to Paris, I was pooped on by a bird as soon as I stepped outside, and ...
Kyrgyzstan_-------- Or Kyrgyz Republic (also formally known as Kirghizia)
Bishkek ( which is near the border of Kazakhstan) Described as a soviet
era hell hole. With absolutely no sights. I'm sure it isn't that bad??
Other people have described it as an Oasis city, easily to get around
and quite beautiful.
Dead set in the middle east. Borders China, Kazakistan, and ...
... town and made for a picturesque feel. I entered the Main Street, and saw a brew house immediately. The town was really nice. And people were present. I found a car park after a brief drive the wrong way up an inappropriately signed one way street. There was no one way sign where I turned on. So a quick U-bolt in front of oncoming traffic fixed that. The brew house looked closed as I entered the front door. Well, it was the middle of a Monday. The neon ...
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