Quality Inn Airport & Cruiseport North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Wow...what a day! After our nice breakfast with all our new Buckeye "friends", we headed out for a beautiful day of driving through the southern states. Then, we hit Atlanta. Not a bad area...but this is where we picked up the storms...the rest of the way was pretty much similar. We had thunder storms with wind, rain, lightening, traffic, rain, …
... What I really want is to just be with him now. Experience all the fun and crazy things that happen in Dan the "Man's" life.
I am envious that he is able to take so much time away from the normal stresses of life to do what he wants. People get so stuck in the monotony of work, eat, sleep that no one really gets to do the things they dreamed they would. So when Dan offhandedly told me that I should join him, I laughed. I thought that there was no way I ...
... store. There’s so much available and such variety that we can’t get at home.
However our purchases were quite mundane - we bought two slabs of water and various other bits and pieces. Although we can exchange the mini bar set up in our cabin for all water, or all alcohol, it’s worth more to us to change it to two coffee cards which cost $31 each as opposed to less than $4 for a slab of water … it’s a no brainer to buy the water ...
... dinner, etc. This may sound boring, but between each event, it seems like you're always busy going to see this, that, and the other thing, swimming, cruising the shops, strolling the deck, etc...you're busy from sunrise to sunset. We've taught Tracey and Graeme to play cards (Hand and Foot, a version of Canasta) so our evenings are taken up with a cut throat, no holds barred competition. Next stop, Aruba, on Thursday....day after ...
... or anything. No one knew where to put the luggage, or where to go. This is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world, so I figured that THE WAY would eventually become clear, and , eventually, it did. There was much waiting and milling about, and no one really knowing much about anything, but I figured that The Amsterdam wouldn't sail without a thousand passengers, and, eventually, we found ourselves on the ship.
And then...peace, and calm. The only decisions ...