Hampton Inn Decatur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... made good time through Chattanooga, which is one of the reasons we left so early. Surprisingly, Knoxville wasn't bad either. We even stopped so the girls could enjoy a sit down breakfast while Dave took care of a last minute conference call for work. Now, it should be smooth sailing right up until we hit rush hour in DC. Ugh. Already dreading it...
... pretty quick on what we could and wanted to bring. Normally, I'm good for five days with a swimsuit and an extra pair of socks, while Anne brings everything and the kitchen sink. Being forced to carry everything in Europe made it much easier to cut it down to the bare essentials! We could also separate New York stuff from Europe stuff, so it's not quite as ...
... that the engine was once again covered in oil. When the oil light came on a few minutes down the road we came to the realisation that the issue was more serious than we thought.
After visiting multiple mechanics in the area surrounding Chattanooga we eventually found someone that could help us. Hughie at Xpress Towing soon became our saviour. We somehow managed to find a replacement engine in ...
The start of our trip.
Departure from Huntsville toward Chicago. Got an all day lay over in Chicago because there is only one flght to Chicago from Huntsville.
All went well other than the American Airlines agent had to physically complete the baggage connection between Paris and Malta. This meant that he had to hand write the ultimate destination. I don' think he has ever heard of Malta.
Onward and ...
... died on landing. Jase's rocket, the Aussie Oi'Oi'Oi, and Jordan's rocket, the Walrus 1, both had successful but short missions. Just like some other things in my life. The kids then had a chance to show off their secret assignment where they built their own International Space Station out of Lego & Connectors. Very cool. Finally it was time for graduation, where we were presented with our team photo, certificate ...