Holiday Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport - North
Travel Blogs from Atlanta
Not much to tell from our drive - 2 motorways - the i16 and i75. Getting in to the hotel, in middle of nowhere next to the airport, there was not much to do but watch some telly and decide where we were going for dinner.. As everywhere was a drive away, we decided to go for the hotel restaurant. I was craving spaghetti, but it was not meant to be …
I´m back on top writing form to do my blog!
The past 48hrs have been a complete blur! The first potential disaster was the fact that my walking boots were not put in Alex´s car!!! I assumed that whilst I was doing my farewells that Dad & Alex had put everything that was by the door in the car...but oh no.... …
... to try and post some thoughts about what I see and perhaps more importantly about how these places impact me. If you read along, don't expect anything too deep. Hopefully I can share with family and friends my experiences as they unfold.
Prayers are appreciated.
... Amelia was all packed, so she made us French toast for breakfast, get it, it's French! It was her first time to make this & it was delicious ~ she's become a Pinterest recipe junkie & so far, everything has been thumbs up delicious.
By 1pm we are all packed & ready to go, so we headed to the airport early to get checked in & have some lunch. We decided on a Mexican place in the new international concourse. ...
... loove dancing with him.Wow.10 years of milongas-classes-he is really great leader.I feel like I can do anything he wants me to. The key difference between European and Argentinian dancers is the feel. In Europe we put too much importance on technique.We really strive to be good.Here also.Years of work and improvements,frustration,broken toes and new shoes..but..there is also the feel. They want to feel your embrace.Your connection.Perhaps smell your hair,accidentaly (not) touch ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center