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Instead, she decided to buy a plane ticket. The journey would be a change from her routine and take 18 hours.
To grab a bite to eat before your flight from Boston to Atlanta takes off, browse through the many dining options that are found throughout Boston Logan International Airport. Cisco Brew Pub is a classic restaurant that serves beer and burgers, while Legal Sea Foods is a local favorite specializing in fish. wThe Crowne Plaza Atlanta-Airport is only a 13-minute drive from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and a 10-minute drive from the Delta Flight Museum. The Holiday Inn Atlanta Airport-North is a budget-friendly option that is a 10-minute drive from the airport and a 30-minute drive from the famous CNN Center. (Source:ww.kayak.com)))Delta, WestJet and LATAM Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Boston to Atlanta. Confirm policies on booking site.
Cons: "This was the most unnerving, uncomfortable flight I have ever been on. I really do love Jetblue and I know that this particular flight doesn't define you. That being said I was sorry to have to have experienced this. Even sitting on the runway before taking off the ride was uncomfortable as we swerved our way to the take off position. The weather was nice and it felt so strange that were going back and forth as if the path was filled with sharp S-curves. Then the entire flight was bumpy as we went up and down and all around. I would say there was about 20 mins of smooth air the entire flight. Then there was the last 90 minutes which was absolutely terrifying. I know that the turbulence can't be helped but I do feel the Flight attendants were not very accommodating during it. I sat near the back and they just sat there and chit chatted about something they were meeting up to do later while people were up and about when the seat belt sign was on. Then there was a baby screaming for many hours and they never tried at all to help the parents or anything calm them. They mostly just sat in the back, complained it was bumpy and laughed about how people were agitated because of it. I found it to be so much more frustrating that in addition to the bumpy air, crying baby and passengers just roaming around we also had to deal with the attendants laughing about how uncomfortable we were. It was not what I have ever experienced before and I truly hope I never have to experience again on JetBlue." (Source: www.kayak.com)