Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW/Wildwood
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... the plane saying “HE IS HERE” and as soon as the door opened, I sighed with utter relief – this was something else.
When we got to the Atlanta, we were greeted with the “man that runs the show”; the first person who interviewed me and has helped me out throughout the process of this trip, we had only met virtually until now and he was as goofy in reality as he was on calls.
Once we got to the hotel, I was so destroyed ...
... backpacks and managed three layers to combat the frigid interior temperatures due to the howling air conditioning and lack of the normal daytime crowds of living souls to heat the place. Seems as if we both got about 45 minutes of sleep.
Finally, 5:30 am rolled around and the Delta Sky Lounge opened. Storming in just as the doors opened, we found friendly folks, excellent coffee, a pretty good breakfast, and a most welcome quiet room ...
... in a dramatic sitcom. And a character in a dramatic sitcom I was this morning as I said goodbye to Bre. We parted ways as she left to catch her connecting flight and I made my way to baggage claim. I think I walked exponentially further than I needed to, but it was okay because where I was walking looked like an art museum and I was on the moving walkways and when I run in slow motion on them I feel like a superhero. I was ...