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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!
"Building on the foundation of the past is important, but the future is even more exciting"
— John Fentener van Vlissingen, BCD founder
The past few days have been concerned with discovering a hidden side to BCD Travel. From the world of marketing to learning about how the CEO sees this company, I have been privy to a side of BCD Travel that is seldom seen by the outside world. Today, however, I spent my day with Kathy Bedell ...
“Life is too short for traffic”
— Dan Bellack
I still need to get used to the traffic here. And the absence of roundabouts. There are so many intersections in my neighbourhood that should really be converted to "traffic circles." The seemingly endless number of lanes are quite daunting for someone used to the narrow roads of Maine and Switzerland.
This morning, I drove to "The King and Queen," as the ...
... Mecca tasted Coke for the first time and loved it.
-Homeschool classes at the Georgia Aquarium.
-Monthly homeschool classes at Zoo Atlanta.
-A meeting with Mayor Kasim Reed with her robotics group in his downtown office.
-An aquatic study at Lake Lanier and visit to a water treatment plant.
-Hip hop and art classes.
-A day trip to Fort Benning ...
... as to what you find at your destination. Cowboy hats, heels for hiking....thinking that old halter top will look good on me!
Well, better get going. Did have my Global Entry interview today & so excited to start using this speedy entry into the states. No more having to wait in long customs lines again.