Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Atlanta - Conyers
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... a mechanical delay. Fortunately, we had given ourselves a nice, cushy, 3 hour layover in ATL, so there was no problem making our Amsterdam connection. We arrive tomorrow (Saturday) around 10am and have a full scheduled planned. We will keep you informed of our journey on this blog. Stay tuned for more pics and stories!
... travel agency in Ohio, which became part of Worldtravel Partners (BCD's predecessor) in the 1990s. She has been with the company for nearly two decades. Her length of service with BCD is similar to that of many other employees. In fact, amongst the women at the table, all (save Catherine) have been working with BCD for more than 18 years. Not only is BCD good at retaining its clients (the rate is greater than 80%), it's also able to keep great ...
During our first meeting, we discussed key aspects about my expectations for the next five weeks, as I get ready to travel the world and discover the story of this company. My programme looks like this:
- July 7 - 11: Atlanta
- July 13-15: Buenos Aires
- July 16-17: Lima
- July 18-25: Atlanta
- July 27-August 2: Bangalore
- Aug 4-5: Utrecht
- Aug 6: Hamburg
... we had with corn on the cob and baked potato….ahhh, roughing it.
The next day we sat watching the Olympics in the waiting area as the Apalachee mechanics worked on our generator problems. Finally, at 1 p.m. we were cast loose with a definite lightening of the pocketbook…..arrrrggggggghhhhhh. All this money into a unit that we might use 4-5 times during this trip. Oh, well.
The mechanical delays have put ...
... country to get to know the people and its culture, and use my time writing my book. The country of Colombia had been on my bucket list to visit, but I got struggled between Medellin, Bogotá, or Cartagena. Then Costa Rica began shining brightly on my radar, as it's an epic time to be there for great weather and great surf. But in my research, I came to learn that Costa Rica and parts of Colombia weren't as economical as I thought. Then I reverted to an original plan ...