Sleep Inn Atlanta Airport Hotel
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After an emotional farewell, I left the atlanta runway, lovingly cradling a big black book I had been given as a going away gift. I had left America after living there for one year and the book was full of messages from friends (and adopted family) wishing me well. As expected I sniffled my way through each message (listening to Keane's somewhere only we know only worsened melancholy). I soon held back the sniffs and tears upon becoming acutely aware of my seat-mate's uncomfortable ...
... 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 ...
... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
... I wanted to go to The Globe Theatre in London and see a Shakespearean play. Check. I wanted to go to Shakespeare’s supposed birthplace. Check. I wanted to see Harper Lee’s hometown. Check. I wanted to go to Europe. Check. I want to go to a Barry Manilow concert—not yet. Please don’t die, Barry. You have a few years left in you before my schedule coincides with yours, right? Hope ...
After the tour and lunch, the stadium opened at 4pm and I thought might as well go in.
Plenty to do with the store, pre match pitch entertainment and the ushers actually talk to you.
One of their main jobs is to talk to fans, check they're in the right seat and help them enjoy the experience... That's a big difference, compared to the UK.
As with the American sports I've watched before, the organisation was ...