Howard Johnson Express Inn - Mount Holly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I said my goodbyes to Lindsay and Ana who were off to their homes in San Jose and Lugano, then I moved hotels to the Geogian Terrace Hotel in the Midtown section. I decided to stay in Atlanta for the weekend to site see and spend time with my boyfriend, Pat who flew in from Houston for the weekend. We ...
... sub-zero temperatures at the moment a seat indoors was much more appealing. We then moved on for the main event, dinner at Hill Country, a Texan barbeque restaurant. We all decided to opt for the Pitmasters Combo which you share between 2 people and get a variety of different meats (e.g. ribs, brisket, chicken) and 2 sides (e.g. mac and cheese, sweet potato mash, coleslaw). I shared with Ciara and whilst putting the world to rights we started munching ...
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... We sit on the taxi way for about an hr, before they take us back to the gate and let us off. We were encouraged to go and get some food, but to stay close to the gate so we can leave as quickly as possible. I still had a salad that I had brought the day before in my bag, so I sat and ate that. After about another hour, they re boarded us again. Once on the plane, the lady next to me was talking with the flight attendant, and said that the ground stop had ...
... being queued and released off the ship in stages, as to not flood the terminal with a large crowd. We arrived at the tail end of a group that was just debarking, said goodbye to a couple staff, and stepped off the ship onto the gangway. Time for a few last photos of the ship before entering the terminal. We realized why we had stopped for those ten minutes before docking: two lifeboats on the port side had been lowered to make room for the ...