Days Inn Kennesaw-Atlanta
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... counselors. I am excited to see all the beautiful sights Sicily has to offer. Lastly, I am a little exhausted from all this traveling and planes. It really takes it out of you! Well this will be the most boring post you will have to read on this blog so congratulations you survived! I can't wait to share stories of all my travels and all the funny things my campers say!
My first day of going to the BCD office was a bit dramatic, I was anxious and that resulted in me waking up at 5:00 am, just to be sure that I don't miss the alarm. Chicka picked us up at the hotel and drove us to the breakfast place called "Flying Biscuit Café" and he mentioned that this has been a tradition with every MAP candidates and once I ordered the meal, I already anticipated that it would be filling and oh it was – I don’t know how ...
... 6 months it was time for the real food… Things are going to get messy… The food over here is odd to say the least. After two bites of anything you would sell your Granny to finish it, yet half way through you start to think 'do I even like this?' By the next day you know you didn’t but kinda want to try it again. The exceptions to this rule are Fat Matts Rib Shack Combo and Papaciteos shrimp. You would sell your own son to eat there every night. ...
... town centre of Cobb County. Cobb County, its great to say. The town centre is short drive away, which by chance happened to by-pass the place I’ll call my second home for the next four weeks, although if today is anything to go by it’ll be an enjoyable second home. We’ve all heard the stories of how big these stores are and this one was so large it was almost the only store in the centre – joined only by Asian Buffet and Asian Express (we ate at ...
... war, he joined the Ku Klux Klan, becoming its first Grand Wizard. Later, he dissolved the Klan when its violent activities began to attract the attention of the Federal government. Forrest died from diabetes complications in 1877. I'm surprised they knew what diabetes was in 1877.
Born in Virginia in 1807, Robert E. Lee was the son of a Revolutionary War general. He ...