Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Chamblee
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... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... just yet....just...waiting....waiting...wait ing. Clearly my subconscious is anticipating the long wait at the Atlanta airport tomorrow for takeoff.
However, it is time to finally get some sleep for the busy travel day tomorrow. Ironic isn't it how sitting on my butt all day actually drains me more than doing a hard workout?
peace out home-skillet biscuit, g-dawg from the A-town down (channeling my inner Bonnie Shea. Love you BMS ;] )
... there was a shuttle from the hotel. Now, that IS service!
We made it up to our room, dropped the bags off, and went to get a bite to eat. I was ready to paint the town after that since I had slept so much on the flight. Mon, on the other hand, fell asleep soon after we returned to the room. That is good, and will help her overcome the jet lag.
Once in our room, Mom came out of the bathroom laughing. ...
... sandwiches....on my motivated days. On several weekends, I took trips to different places. I went to the Bronx to watch a Yankees game. Talk about culture shock.....the parking lot underneath a train track is where I remember being dropped off by the bus at Yankee Stadium. It was SO exciting for me, though....couldn't have meant more to do that sort of thing. I also took Amtrak from New London, CT to Boston on two weekends ( a high school friend met me ...