Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort
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... were filming the angry pointing man). Hurricane in Cancun had delayed the flight but we were going to get free food and blankets. Fine by me! We boarded the plane, I waved goodbye to my friends - the grumpy Brit who had begun to roll his eyes every time the extremely talkative American (more talkative than me. That's a thing) started talking. The flight was turbulent which to me, was added fun. Less so for the people sat beside me who would gasp each time the plane dropped. A flight ...
... and Sara (Jesse and Sara were the youngest, most adorable newly weds I had ever met) left, we figured we would cut through the park to get back to the hotel quicker. It was not faster in any way. We got so lost. But in a good way. We had a lovely evening strolling through the park climbing up on trees, running around on a play ground...all under a beautiful starry sky. After we found our way out of the park, me Zev and Kenzie stopped to grab some grub before ...
... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
... by Rosie the Riveters. The DUKW was the first vehicle to allow the driver to vary the tire pressure from inside the cab and at the push of a button. (This would come in handy today in the modern RVs). The tire pressure could be increase for hard surfaces or decreased for driving in the sand or soft surfaces. The vehicles were very versatile and if you want to know more about them just read about them on Wikipedia.
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... has a Restaurant here and we were all keen to give it a try. Amazingly we got in without a booking and it was so, so, worth the visit - superb food! - real Southern cooking. Before we left the area, we also had a day trip to Tybee Island and climbed the Lighthouse. I'd love to come back and stay here sometime - there's a campground near the beach and it's a great cycling, walking, beach but still not touristy place - very impressed.