Holiday Inn Express Stone Mountain
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... right there on the church campus and it was surprisingly very good. The church has the M58 Cafe. I'm not sure what the M58 stands for, but the food comes from Farm 58, a ministry related (half-way house sort of thing I think), sustainable farming place where they grow the food. I was so impressed with the quality and the cradle to grave concept. The ambiance is far from a traditional church but very warm and comfortable. What a great concept for the church ...
Today we went to down town Atlanta and got off of the train at Lenox, ready to go to the cinema. We went to look around some fancy expensive shops on the way. We saw mayceys and a Bloomingdales. We really didn't expect to see tall fancy sky scrapers today. The shops were so posh. The buildings were made of glass. The Phipps mall we went in had lots of posh expensive cars in it ...
... me cry. I was really in the right mood for the rest of the day. It was also great. The. The fault of the secret formula which was next. It gave us the history of coke and tempted us with a massive vault with the secret of coke. Next we went through the mile stones of refreshment which gave us a better idea of the history behind coke. We saw the olympic flames and pin up coke pics which was really great. We got a look at the bottle works which showed how it was all bottled up. ...
... about three weeks ago I wrote about the trip to GA, NC, and FL with the trailer? Well we left the trailer at Stone Mountain while we journeyed on to FL. Today I was trying to visualize where we would have left it. I do remember an Airstream trailer and I think we were parked on rocks, but I can't imagine they had a campground then like they do now (guess I'll have to ask my younger sister and brother what they remember). Anyway I found out today that ...
... Paddle faster, I hear the banjo music." If that rings a bell, you are as old as we are because the movie Deliverance was filmed here on the Chattooga River and in the surrounding Chattahoochee National Forest in 1972. The little “Bavarian” alpine town Helen is here in the Appalachian Mountains, intersected by the Chattahoochee River. One of my favorite people referred to it as a “blend of Germany and Georgia redneck”. (Look ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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