Country Inn & Suites Atlanta-NW At Windy Hill Rd & Cobb Galleria
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We had a good night sleep--in fact, with no dogs waking us up, we slept until almost 8 am! Woohoo!!! We dressed and hurried down to catch the free breakfast before it closed. Since there was a long line + the food wasn't too appealing, we took a little walk to the local Waffle House . Around 11 am we called a taxi & headed back to the airport. We …
I had expected to be sleeping in my Delta business class pod right about now, dreaming of all the things we would do when we land in England early tomorrow morning. Ha!!! Isn't there a saying, " the best laid plans...."? As we were about to land, our plane pulled up. The pilot immediately explained that there was weather at the airport so we would …
So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... nonetheless. We went to the dolphin tales show... So last time I went to a dolphin show, it was pretty simple... Now they made it into a friggin Broadway show with sparkly light up costumes and a storyline about a singing medieval sailor with lightnings and water sprays and lots of costumed characters..! The dolphins and trainers were kind of woven in there somehow. It was truly spectacular-- the scale of the show...! But it also made me think how the ...
It was kinda hilarious that Allison and I went from an airport so
small and lacking that the electricity went out to the busiest and
largest airport in the US: ATL.
In Atlanta, Allison and I had to part ways sadly. She would go off to work/live on an oil rig for the next 2 weeks and I already missed her. I was so glad that we got to share this experience together (more on the subject on my last entry).