Quality Inn Northlake
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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 ...
... parents who are like 25-35 years older relate to them!? Hanging around teenagers makes me think quite a bit about how I want to raise kids and the potential issues. After the food court, we took a "street car". It's a completely new thing. It's a blue tram that makes a loop around downtown. It's free until 2016! The ticket system and blue color reminded me of the tram in Stockholm :) the one I rode to Skansen to meet Christoffer! I think that was the ...
... tried to catch me out with a tea towel but I see through her plan and it's not packed. Passports checked and re checked and with tickets in hand were off. The supposed 30 minute journey up the M3 was elongated to 45 as a result of the ever present road works on the motorway. We have pre booked the long stay car park at terminal 5 for ease, it's only 5 minutes away and the cost was reasonable. As soon as we are in the terminal we are met by our guide, Pater who is travelling with ...
... Atlanta is somewhat of a late bloomer of a city, only
becoming the dominant city of the South since about 1950. Like other such newish
cities Atlanta doesn’t have the big art collections of older cities in the
Northeast and Midwest. Some like Los Angeles with the Getty Museum and Houston with
its Museum of Fine Arts, however, have managed to amass world class collections
with lots ...
... name!). There was a Cabaret side of the restaurant with about 50 seniors in it and they were all singing (mostly poorly, with a few standouts) accompanied by a man flailing on an old piano. They were singing hits from, and I am guessing here, the 20's, 30's and 40's.
Turned in early, with strains of Elle Fitzgerald echoing in my head, as I had an early start as well.