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Travel Blogs from East Syracuse
... our bags, and we head to the Metropolitan Museum for the morning. It is a bright sunny day, but very very cold. The Chilean wardrobe insufficient. The cab ride wins out over the prospect of walking. Audrey and I were at the Met years ago, but are again impressed with the scale, diversity and quality of the exhibits. A plan is made as to what we want to see. Ava want to see the Egyptian section, Noah the ...
The third blog entry comes to you from Syracuse - surprise, surprise! Today was a bit better because most dealings regarding rebooking the remainder of our flights, holding the line to talk to United Airlines reps and sorting out travel insurance issues were done for the time being. Jody and I enjoyed yet another yummy, delicious hot buffet breakfast at the hotel, got in a good swim and spent quite a bit of time in the hot tub. I even got in a workout at the ...
... good news but bad as well (sorry to be sounding like a complete downer here but it's just what's going down)
-earliest flight we can get out to Auckland is either the Saturday, January 11 (earliest) or Sunday, January 12 (latest). All this for an extra $1195/person
-ok so now we're in LA for either three or fours nights meaning a lost fancy hotel reservation in Auckland, a very delayed pick-up of our campervan, all of our campsite reservations lost for the North Island, ...
... After several prayers and having both fingers and toes crossed, our normal 3 hour drive turned into just under 5. We encountered nutty rainfalls and fierce winds but thankfully, the thermostat hovered over the freezing mark. I have my parents to thank for a safe trip and wish them a safe journey back home. xoxo Upon arrival, we headed to the United Airlines check-in counter to inquire about possibly getting on an earlier flight ...
... were finally cleared to leave, the vehicle that pushes the plane back from the gate ran out of fuel mid push. Unbelievable!!!
All I can say is how does USAIR run an airline business this way? The woman at the information desk lied to my face. There was no weather issue. The issue was that Philly was busy letting planes land that were displaced by other airports and Syracuse was not important enough for them to bother with.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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- Pets allowed