Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Alpharetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... will be useful if we need emergency charging of our phones.
And I finally found a hat at REI. It is packable so that is good and will offer some good sun protection in those hot SE Asian countries!
I've started laying things out to put in my suitcase and I'm getting a little concerned about that 20 inch suitcase!!! Craziness!!! Who on earth can live out of a 20 inch suitcase ...
... do it, but they know how to eat.
Once in the office, Chicka introduced us to Thad Slaton, VP of Global Marketing & Communication, who was so down to earth and explained us their strategy when they market BCD Travel through Linkedin or other channels. Kelly Flynn, Senior Director for strategic communications further elaborated how they use each source to communicate, whether it is via email or the new mobile application (Trip Source).
... the CNN building. We went inside and had a look around, we didn't go on the tour just looked around the food court area, still pretty impressive. Afterwards we headed towards Underground Atlanta. The shopping complex dates back to the 1800's and is underground. Some of the store fronts are from old buildings. We then decided to hot foot it back to the car as there was a big black cloud coming our way. We walked through a different part of ...
... at the first place we could find which was the Corner Bakery. Still yummy nonetheless. Now, we find ourselves back at the hotel lobby relaxing before we head back to the airport to catch our flight to Santiago at 10. Delta says on the website that we're on time, so we'll have to wait and see how true that is! Hopefully, this time tomorrow I will be blogging from the comfort of the McManus-Maher apartment as I "ooo" and "ahh" over my goddaughter!!
... s cruise port from Atlanta. Once in the city limits of Jacksonville, the port is easy to find via Mapquest directions or GPS. Both were spot on accurate. But on the highways (at least 295), there were no signs mentioning the cruise port & where to exit. Once off the exit for the Zoo, there are signs pointing to the cruise terminal. At the left turn to enter the road for the cruise terminal, there is a refitted old gas station building that is now used for cruise ...