Econo Lodge Cartersville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... I had last saw her she wasn’t doing so well. So it was really nice to see just how well Grandma was doing, and how much healthier she was looking. Grandma was cracking jokes left right and centre and had Aaron and I in stitches most of the night.
After dinner, it became dark and Grandma couldn’t drive home on her own, so Dave and Kyle drove Grandma’s car home and Cheryl, Aaron, Grandma and I drove in a separate car to visit ...
... this was a major test, usually Aaron would choose the bargain cheaper one, so of course, I passed the test and got the cheaper creamy pink handbag (secretly I think he was proud of me haha).
So we head to the movie Jurassic World with Patrice and Kelley. We get to the ticket booth and tell us to pay $35, Patrice kicked up a stink and asked why it was so expensive, and they said it was because it was in 3D. None of us wanted to see it in 3D ...
We arrived at 11:30 am and waited...and waited. After an hour and a half of checking in bags, parent goodbyes and security checks, we are at the terminal waiting to board. Everyone has smiles on their faces and some "delicious" airport food in their ...
... baseball experience'..well that's the excuse were going to use anyway. about two and a bit hours later the game finished and we tottered on home once we'd escaped the flood of fans rushing to get home. When we were walking to the car we saw some guy crash and thud his head into a stubbie pole, and then walk away clutching his head. I was in shock, it was so loud I felt so bad for this poor guy until we realised he was faking. How rude, I had genuine sympathy for ...
... there was seriously so much range I wouldn't even know where to start. I did however buy two dresses, both of which could be found in Adelaide on Rundle Street ($$$$$) and in total they were $50. (note: we havent even gone to the "cheaper" stores yet...and i am already thinking there is a huge gap in prices) we also browsed American eagle, the gap and Victoria's secret followed by a coffee at Starbucks. Georgia ordered an "iced coffee" ...