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February 14, 2009

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Anu

I love that place too!!! Cafe Antico upstairs is a nice place to get a nice cup of coffe and read your newly purchased book. The Emory Campus is somewhat "charmed" if you ask me. It is soo clean and serene... reminds me of visiting another place and time. I used to work at Emory back in 2000. The Pitts Theological seminary has lots of treasures as well. I found alot of Voltaires writings there.

Peace and blessings!!

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