Residence Inn Atlanta Airport North/Virginia Avenue
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... that was to take us from to the airport (to avoid parking charges for the next 18 days.) Apparently the driver was unfamiliar with where we live, put a slightly wrong address in his GPS and was 20 minutes away when we needed to be heading to the airport. We drove ourselves, only to discover that Delta (bless her ...
Over the course of four-hour discussion, Kathy, Lin, Judy and Catherine explained how they ran their "lean, flat, organisation." This characteristic allows BCD to enjoy considerable proximity to customers, which develops positive long-term relationships. This has also allowed BCD to adapt its technology offering to the customer's needs, a far cry from the "one size fits all" model of other TMCs. I was particularly surprised to learn that ...
“Life is too short for traffic”
— Dan Bellack
I still need to get used to the traffic here. And the absence of roundabouts. There are so many intersections in my neighbourhood that should really be converted to "traffic circles." The seemingly endless number of lanes are quite daunting for someone used to the narrow roads of Maine and Switzerland.
This morning, I drove to "The King and Queen," as the ...
... which are all over Europe. Makes you appreciate the free services run by our park service across our nation. Had to change cash for euros for the privilege. Pat ended up in a bind and had to pay 2 euros for the facilities. Anyway we were able to see King's residence, St. Michael's, the Atomium, the Grand Place market. Had a very nice lunch at a restaurant outside of the Grand Place market. Salad with salmon, chicken breast/white wine sauce, roasted potato puffs, mixed ...
... at 9am] because the fire alarm went off again. This time we didn't need to evacuate the building. Fireworks on 4th July are something else! Got stiff necks looking up for so long. Having missed a big night out for St. Patrick's this year, we decided to join many of the Emerald Isle descendants at Meehan's for a guiness and Jameson or several. All in all, a great night.
Stone Mountain is Georgia's homage to the Confederacy. Huge sculpure of ...
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