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... filled with living plants to form beautiful animals and plants. You can see in the pictures. We spent a few hours there exploring, found all the displays thanks to Sarah and Emma approaching it like a treasure hunt and looked at the orchid house. We had some lunch and then made friends with the Atlanta Metro system which got us back to the hotel. We had a quick dip in the pool to cool down and then got ready ...
... use...unbelievable. To be fair, most of our comments re large vehicles have related to commercial ones.
Jen decided one last shopping expedition was necessary. We haven't done a lot and this was our last chance. We stopped on route at the 'up-scale' (never get tired of laughing at that) shopping mall Lenox Square and picked up a few last minute things before making our way to the hotel. A quick walk around the ...
Getting off from the plane after 10 hours, we're hit by the friendliness of the Atlanta airport staff. Apart from the stupidly long queues to get through customs...and the awkward point where my fingerprints wouldn't quite match the ones they already had on the screen. It took me about 10 tries to get the green light! Apart from ...
... contacted an engineer, Arron Thompson, who worked at 37 Squadron when I was there and who was now working for the Airforce out of Atlanta. I hadn't seen him since I'd left Sydney and he was a great bloke. The best young officer I'd ever worked for. I hadn't decided if I'd make it to his place on this day. I had to see how my trip north went before committing to an arrival in Atlanta. I headed north. As I got into South Carolina, there were signs for ...
... s. It was very charming, though not overly large. There are no tours on weekends but there are docents dressed in period attire willing to answer questions. We liked the grounds outside with a couple neat water features. Back around we breezed through the farm area (nothing too exciting there for Iowa girls) and back to the museum to look at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic exhibits. I think it was worth the $16.50. We could have spent longer if we didn't ...