Posts tagged weekend trip
Georgia Aquarium

If you didn't know, my husband studied Marine Biology in college. We've always been a big fan of aquariums and they're usually on our list of must-see places when we travel to larger cities. The tickets are a little pricey for adults, so if you go, be sure to check out the amazing dolphin show and sea lion shows to take full advantage of the purchase cost. My favorite sea animal at the aquarium is the Weedy Sea Dragon by far!

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Charleston Weekend Getaway

We dropped off Aengus at my in-laws house for a weekend away with his puppy cousins, Rufio and Tinkerbell. He's such a good car rider but I think half-way there he realized that we weren't going to the dog park and started to look a little sad. That quickly went away when he was able to put his heart eyes on Tink. Nana and Pops took good care of him while we headed out of town on another quick trip to Charleston to celebrate our dating anniversary weekend and hang out with friends.

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2020

I spent a couple of hours trying to help Corey pick out her school schedule which was pretty much pointless because it's impossible to tell which classes are open or not until you get to your allotted time. It was at least good for her to experience the struggle first hand because it never really changes. Scheduling classes is the worst! Despite the disappointment of never getting the perfect schedule, at least there's the excitement that goes along with getting a few classes that you're really passionate about too (enough excitement to make you immediately want to go to bed).

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Fox Theater Atlanta

While we were in Atlanta we had the chance to walk around the fabulous Fox Theatre. I had no idea it was so gorgeous. The building was heavily influenced by Islamic, Moorish, and Egyptian architecture. We didn’t realize that they actually give tours of this inside so that will be on our to-do list for the next time we visit Atlanta if we aren’t able to go to a show there beforehand. It was sweltering hot outside but I’d say it was worth it to walk to check this site out.

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