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... a mechanical delay. Fortunately, we had given ourselves a nice, cushy, 3 hour layover in ATL, so there was no problem making our Amsterdam connection. We arrive tomorrow (Saturday) around 10am and have a full scheduled planned. We will keep you informed of our journey on this blog. Stay tuned for more pics and stories!
... travel agency in Ohio, which became part of Worldtravel Partners (BCD's predecessor) in the 1990s. She has been with the company for nearly two decades. Her length of service with BCD is similar to that of many other employees. In fact, amongst the women at the table, all (save Catherine) have been working with BCD for more than 18 years. Not only is BCD good at retaining its clients (the rate is greater than 80%), it's also able to keep great ...
... all, a very hectic month ahead. But as I discussed in my previous post, this time will certainly help me understand what BCD travel is all about. My bullet points only tell you where I'll be going. They don't show the depth and breadth of my exposure to the company. In order to find out about that (and more) you'll just need to keep reading this blog! For now, I'll just wish you good night from Atlanta, where this extraordinary experience begins.
We crossed I-20 on Hank Aaron Drive and walked past the Olympic Flame tower and Olympic rings that span the street. These are from the 1996 Summer Olympics.
We walked to the former Altanta-Fulton County Stadium. The stadium was built in 1965 and imploded in 1997. A plaque marks the spot where the ball landed when Hank Aaron hit his historic 715th home run on April 8, 1974. We then crossed the parking lot toward the new baseball ...
... line to get our bags checked and our bodies searched we were allowed to enter to the sign that said the PENGUIN EXHIBIT was CLOSED! Li was as disgusted as we were. Really vacation? Why must you keep throwing me curve balls?? So we made our way through the aquarium. Its broken up into areas…so we did one at a time and worked around in a circle from right to left. If I had to say my favorites I would say the whale shark ...
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