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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dishes. We enjoyed one of there more popular drinks the Lady Lawrence (definitely skip the ginger next time), along with steamed mussels and mixed olives. After a delightful meal we said goodnight to Alyssa and headed off to the SkyView Wheel in downtown Atlanta. Definitely worth the wait, we enjoyed a slow romantic ride around the wheel with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Couldn't have been a better ...
After packing yesterday, we all met this morning at 10 AM to start packing up the cars to head to the airport. After getting to the airport, checking in, and passing through security, we made our way to the gate to wait to board. We ended up waiting for almost two hours to board and passed the time by playing Euchere, Heads Up (thanks to Greg!), and, for me, frantically trying to find the video that I meant to burn to a DVD instead of the English version of it. Luckily, ...
Early start this morning as we had to be out of the stateroom by 8 and off the ship by 9.30. So the alarm was set for 6.30 and up we got and went for our final breakfast in the Da Vinci dining room. Lovely as always, I'm going to miss that, especially the lemon and or custard danish pastries. We then returned to our cabin to collect our hand luggage and said our goodbyes before heading up to the open decks for a sit down and then a last ...
... sea. Most of the day was spent relaxing and napping. Listened to a diamond lecture and a talk on St. Petersburg. Watched Maria an acrobat/ gymnast/contortionist. Aug 23 toured Stockholm the Venice of the north. Started out chilly and overcast but the sun broke through and warmed up later on. Stockholm was established in 1250. The city has been mostly untouched by wars and the buildings are old and well kept. The Gamla Stan or old town is built on a single island. The roads ...
Well, we're back in the Atlanta airport, enjoying our six-hour layover (not!). Our ten days feels both like a month and millisecond. I suppose that's the nature of trips like these. The solution, I think, is to rest for a bit and then head out again! ;) AJ is on the hunt for Chik-Fil-A, which is all he's been talking about since we packed last night. He's also fighting a nice ...