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Old 08-06-2010, 06:27 PM   #10
Lisa R.
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Originally Posted by hyperactive View Post

I would recommend to take an envelope with you that is big enough and that you can address to yourself in case. maybe even carry stamps in the right amount so that you can put them on.
Only if you get there early enough to leave the security line and go back out to the "public" area where there may or may not be a post office/mail box. I know there is a place to mail things in the Atlanta airport, but it's a good bit before security. Once you've waited for a while in the security line, you may not want to wait again! I don't fly that much, but I've never heard of a mailbox right in the security line!
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