La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Alpharetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... gasping and surprisingly tasty plane food - I eventually landed in Lima. My bags took forever to arrive. I had begun planning how long I could get away with wearing the same clothes when I sighted the most wonderful sight. My bags limped out from behind the flappy grey shutters and rolled toward me. Whispering promises that i would never leave them again, I heaved the bags onto my back and under my arm and made for the exit. There Mili was, with a brilliant sign 'Julia Fernando' - I had made ...
... and Sara (Jesse and Sara were the youngest, most adorable newly weds I had ever met) left, we figured we would cut through the park to get back to the hotel quicker. It was not faster in any way. We got so lost. But in a good way. We had a lovely evening strolling through the park climbing up on trees, running around on a play ground...all under a beautiful starry sky. After we found our way out of the park, me Zev and Kenzie stopped to grab some grub before ...
... watch snooker, and a couple of weeks later to Wembley Stadium to see Man U vs Spurs in the League Cup final. He wasn't kidding when he said he loved sports! We went out with Priya for dinner and he came home one evening to meet mum and dad. Since then we've kept in touch, met up last summer at the Olympics and again when he came to our wedding.
Stan's the kinda guy who manages to pull strings to make things special for others, and our first day ...
... is already boarding, you walk over towards the gangplank area to board. Unfortunately, we had to wait and were put in zones. Just like at airports, you are given a card with a zone number & told to sit and wait for your zone to be called. When the ship is ready for passengers, all special needs board, then VIP (think frequent flyer but instead frequent cruisers), then by zone. We were in zone 2. At this point, I was a nervous wreck. All I could think about was being a bad ...
... line that is marked with red "ropes" divider.
Once inside the terminal, just like any other Carnival cruise, you show your boarding pass & picture id to (what always seems like) a really old employee who then gives you a health form to complete & motions you towards the "Walt Disney World" lines to go through security & xray checks. The line moves just as slow as the airports because there is always someone who did not empty their pockets. Mike did not put ...