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End of a Chapter

Since we are coming to the end of our time in Atlanta, we decided to do some fun things in the city.  And since we have never been before, we decided to do the World of Coca Cola.

But before that we stopped by a little airport so that the boys could see the planes take off and land.  It used to be a naval base so that explains the veheicles in the photos.

Mummy met us here and we went to lunch, she spends every second she can with us knowing we won't be a stones throw away much longer.  I love spending all the extra time with her.  She recently did Coca Cola and did not want to do it again though.

And since it was across the street we went over to centennial olympic park.  Coke is a huge sponsor of the olympics.
Dun know she we representing Jamaica!! Usain Bolt and track and field all the way!!!! Go Jamaica!

Hard to believe we got so much done in one day, and still time to blog! This may be my last blog from Atlanta! Farewell Hotlanta!

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