SpringHill Suites Atlanta Alpharetta
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While listening to my most favorite song at the moment (Turtle, by Alana Davis), I've realized my trip has BEGUN!!!! It wasn't real until now. I'm sitting at my seat on my way to JFK airport, waiting for my dinner, and I don't really have much to say except that my excitement is finally here. No worrying, no doubting, just excitement. That's all for now. Sorry if you found this post boring, but sometimes you just gotta gloat. Love you ...
... had groupings of all their brands in the world split up by continent. I had no idea India's favourite cola brand Thumbs Up was owned by Coca Cola!! And when I tried it it genuinely tasted like Thumbs Up in India. Funny how over there in the heat it's refreshing but over here in the cold it's revolting! We both loved Greece's Fanta pineapple and enjoyed mixing drinks together to create concoctions that were only tasty for mere seconds before the awful ...
... get it sent out over the next few days. Thanks to those of you that care enough to follow; I will try to blog enough so that your loving conviction for me is not wasted(Also, I'm hoping my writing improves over the next few weeks as I hate editing and my first read-through of this has not left me impressed.)
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... cabana at Half Moon Cay. There are 15 cabanas (cost = $200 for the day) and you can only pick the one you want once onboard. We knew we wanted #15. The last cabana in the row and the farthest from the ship & crowds. This is mine & Mike's last "couples" cruise for a very long time & we planned on making the most of it! So, we ran (Mike ran, I struggled) up 5 flights of stairs to the Shore Excursion Desk...which had a line of 2 and no employee. We tried to have Guest ...
... a lovely victorian home built in the late-1800s. Michael found the place online, and we were quite pleased with the inn and its 16 rooms.
Jean, our host, greeted us, then showed us to the Ponce de Leon room. How ironic that we would stay a few nights in a room named for the first Spanish explorer who came to St. Augustine. We didn’t even bother to unpack because ...