Travel Blogs from Atlanta
So anticlimactic! So weird. Once again I pack..! Had dinner with my parents. They took away half of my luggage since I'm flying to Philly tomorrow!! Was so nice to see them :D Helped pack the office and gave my parting speech to the students... Currently waiting for the slideshow to play and I head to the airport at ...
... We jumped in line to find out that the flight had been cancelled. People were standing up at the counter trying to get the next flight. There were two flights left for the evening. One was at 7:30 and the other at 9:30. After waiting a long time and finally getting to the counter, I got us put on standby. The person did not tell us that the flight was already completely booked. We walked all the way across the ...
... and I had positive interactions with people around me. The customs agent at JFK didn't ask me a single question, which was fine with me! There was a young guy from England doing pretty much the same thing I was doing-- flying from Europe (London in his case) to JFK with Norwegian Airlines, transferring to LaGuardia to take a Southwest flight to another US city (St. Louis in his cases). Budget airlines for the win! Thank you www.skyscanner.net I had ...
... 5am. Hannah warned us that car break ins are common in Atlanta and even though she lives in a quiet area we moved all of our bags into the house before we were able to finally crash.
In the morning, I had breakfast with Larkin and Hannah while Brian got more sleep. Around 2:45pm we hit the road again, aiming for New Orleans.
I'm typical Atlanta style, we hit traffic: even at 2:45 on a Tuesday. But it was painless and we were making ...
After breakfast with Brie I headed back towards Houston and farther. I made another (less lengthy) detour to see another cousin and her husband. It was a nice chance to visit and stretch my legs for awhile but all it really did was make me want to visit for a much longer time period. So Kyle and Kim Medicis just know you are on my radar for a future trip! Not much to share about the other 9 hours of driving other than the swamps and bayous ...
Other places to stay in Atlanta
Downtown, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $125
Midtown, Atlanta | 3 star motelfrom $119
- Unique Decor
- Absolutely beautiful
- Good with Caveats
Downtown, Atlanta | 2 star motelfrom $111
1360 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $48
Perimeter, Atlanta | Motelfrom $44
Midtown, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $78
Southern Atlanta/Airport, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $50
Perimeter, Atlanta | 1 star motelfrom $52
Buckhead/Lenox Square, Atlanta | Motelfrom $23