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COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT- BALLANTYNE G15660 John J. Delaney Dr. 704/341-0041, www.marriott.com
Catering to business travelers, each of the this hotel’s 90 rooms ($139-189 d) has a mini-office with a desk, ergonomic chair, two-line telephone, and free wireless Internet access, and there is a full-service business center on-site. This is also a good budget option for leisure travelers. Continental breakfast is served in the mornings with hot items cooked to order. The hotel is also close to the shops and restaurants of Ballantyne Village and just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Uptown City.
THE GREENLEAFE INN G5820 Monroe Rd. 704/319-1900, www. greenleafeinn. com
For the price, this is one of the best options in town. The accommodations are basic at best, but what the 65-room hotel ($59-89 d) lacks in charm it makes up for with cleanliness and service. The front-desk clerks are polite and helpful and there is an extended stay option, which seems to mean some guests call the hotel home. The long-term residents are located on one side of the hotel, separated from the per-night guests. The Greenleafe is in a safe neighborhood just a few miles from Uptown.
New York : Bartow, 18191923. Upon the Burning of Seattle Metro Map Our House 1666 Country’s first published Country poet was Anne Bradstreet. She wrote about the Seattle Metro Map common experiences childbirth, death, and so on of seventeenthcentury residents of Massachusetts. This poem vividly recounts the ever-present danger of fire and the effect it had on families. In silent night when rest I took, For sorrow near I did not look, I waken’d was with thund’ring noise And piteous shrieks of dreadful voice. That fearful sound of fire and fire, Let no man know is my Desire. I starting up, the light did spy, And to my God my heart did cry To straighten me in my Distress And not to leave me succourless. Then coming out, behold a space The flame consume my dwelling place. And when I could no longer look, I blest his grace that gave and took, That laid my goods now in the dust.