Great Western Inn Carrollton
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We get up at 8am with the intention of leaving by 10am as we had arranged to go to the Cromer's house to pick up our belongings that they had kindly brought back over from Australia when visiting mum and dad. We have breakfast and coffee with Kelley and Patrice and say our goodbyes and thank you’s.
I navigated to the Cromer’s house like a pro this morning and we got there pretty early, and I don’t think they were home from Church yet, so ...
... an amazing accessory store that colour codes all their jewellery, bags, and clothing – even Aaron was impressed. We thought it was about time I replaced my stolen wallet, so we began looking and I had noticed an over-the-shoulder bag with a wallet inside of it – so both in one, which was pretty and functional. Aaron was pretty impressed with the price of $19, so we kept looking to see if we could find better. The deal with Charming ...
... closer to the front, the air conditioning didn’t work, so it became a big sweat hot box and we could barely breath. It was really unpleasant, but we got on the ride and it was pretty similar to the lethal weapon at movie world.
We then did Mind Bender, which was another high-speed roller coaster that was designed to go through the forest and weave in and out. It was a lot of fun and we were all definitely screaming.
It was now time for lunch, and so I ordered ...
... Bakery”. Kelley kindly
drive’s us there and we walk around the square and I point out everything I
could remember from my last few trips. We head into the Australian Bakery first,
say hello the Aussie owner and have a chat about where we are from etc. Aaron
ordered a meat pie because he had been really craving one. Just like the ones
back home, they do well to recreate them!
We then head to ...
... or booze (dude it's 6 am obviously it's water) and that we should know better than to lie down in a place of business. We had some choice words we wanted to say back but didn't want to be detained and miss our train so we left it alone and just stewed about it on the train instead... At least, until we fell asleep five minutes later. Getting in to Atlanta in the next few minutes, and we won't be taking any more trains for ten days... So look for my next entry ...
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