Hyatt Place Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... weekend relaxing by the pool, going out to eat, and walking around the city. Sunday was my 22nd birthday and we spent the day eating a southern brunch at a South City Kitchen, then walking around the large, beautiful Piedmont Park. I was glad to have a few more days in Atlanta to relax and spend some time with Pat. ...
... through our combo. Everyone else finished way before us and started eyeing up our food claiming that we had way bigger ribs and much more meat than them. We shrugged this off saying we just got lucky and carried on munching. Just before we started tucking into the last piece of meat, a delicious roast chicken, someone took our menu card order and it became apparent that instead of sharing a combo we had in fact chomped our way through one each. ...
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... lifted. At this point we start asking why we had been re boarded. Didn't really get a good answer. We sat on the plane of over an hour this time, waiting. Then the let us off again. Told to stay near the gate again. By this time I think it was about 3/3:30ish. At 5:30 an announcement comes over saying that the flight has been cancelled. And we need to go to customer service to be rebooked. Stood inline here for a while. Had a nice couple behind me in line. ...
... for the terminal! We waited in a line for about ten minutes to enter the terminal, then descended a set of escalators into the baggage area.
Norwegian spent over a billion dollars on a new ship and marketing for it, but unfortunately didn’t offer any money to spruce up the NYC terminal. It was dank and depressing. (Photography is not allowed in customs/immigration areas, so I don’t have a photo to show.) We collected our bags ...