Staying at the hotel and not interested in driving to/from the ceremony/reception? The shuttle from the hotel is leaving at 4:30 to go to the Mary Gay House and will make multiple trips, as necessary. The shuttle will return to the MGH at 10pm, and will, again, make trips as necessary.
Another transportation option 27 June 2009
Pedicabs! Apparently, these bicycle cabs are right at home in Decatur.
More dress 4 March 2009
Oooh, you wanted to see fabric?
While I was in Ft. Wayne picking the dress, Janel and I found a great deal on some denim fabric, and I made a bag that the dress can travel in!
I was amazed that it came together in about a day, but I did have lots of supervision and advice from Dawn and help from Teddy.
With plenty of cat scans.
Flight Sale! 24 February 2009
AirTran just announced a fare sale to/from Atlanta. (Indianapolis & Dayton: $59 each way.)
Fares are good through August, but must be booked by 5 March.
How do I get around Decatur/ATL if I didn’t drive? 16 January 2009
There are many options to get to/around Decatur/Atlanta!
First, you can take Marta from the Airport. It’s $1.75 per trip, and you may need to purchase a $0.50 reusable ticket, but you can reload the ticket as much as you want!
You could also take a taxi, but that comes with the taxi price. Also, during heavy traffic, Marta may actually be faster.
To get to Decatur, take the train north (any of the trains will do, as the airport is the southernmost terminus of the Marta line.) Then, at 5 Points station, the N-S and E-W lines meet. Take an east-bound train to E6, Decatur station.
Head out of the station (either side) and look around. If you’re by a bus transfer point, head right and go back around the outside of the Marta station. If you’re in a plaza, also head right and back around the ourside of the Marta station. This will bring you to the Decatur square. Turn away from the row of tasty restaurants and toward the old Courthouse, to Ponce de Leon Ave. From there, you should turn left and go to the pedestrian crossing at the T, in front of the statues on benches.
Cross the street, and there’s the Holiday Inn! Alternatively, you could call the Holiday Inn and have them pick you up from the station.
Should you want to go out for the day, but your destination isn’t easily accessible by Marta or within 5 miles, and you don’t want to rent a car and pay the $7/day parking fee at the hotel, you could rent a Zip Car. There are many stations in Decatur, the closest being right outside the Holiday Inn doors! You can schedule an hourly rental online.