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 …
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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.... …
The Atlanta airport is very big! We had to ride a subway to get to our concourse. We walked around in the food court and i got a burrito. We still have one more hour until our flight takes off so we're just sitting around waiting. I am a little nervous about this long flight, but it will be ...
... it's the contrasts that stick with me. On the one Han you have the small and harsh cells. Open to the elements and probably v v cold in the winter months. The isolation cells that would have been depressingly dark and kept prisoners locked up in for 23 hrs a day. But then, in contrast, there are the stunning views towards SF and the Golden Gate Bridge. Which the prisoners would have seen each and every day - reminding them of their lost liberty. More to ...
... snack bar were not opened. It seems that most things don't open until noon. We walked around up there for a bit, then made our way back down. We could have walked, but since Alma and I had on sandals, we thought better of that, so we rode the tram back down. We then visited the museum, watched the movies and then, because it was after 2pm and the ride to Jonesboro is another hour, we decided to forgo that trip and visit the plantation in this park. So ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center