The Electra Suites
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... smoked and dried salmon, absolutely phenomenal char seared tuna and mussels in a light chilli. A great find, The Cork and Fin.
We arrived back at the hotel after a pleasant walk at about 8. the room is smaller than our previous nights but has everything we need and room for both of the bags so they aren't in the way. I had thought the Internet would cost, but we discovered that it was free for us. So that was definitely a bonus.
Walked almost 8 kms.
... leaf tea! Vern and I do not drink alcohol on planes to improve our hydration and condition at the other end. We are taking the Katmandu 'No-Jet lag' herbal pills again and they are doing their job well, seriously they are great and I would not like to travel without them.
Well that does me for today, I will catch a movie and then hopefully a couple of hours sleep before we land in Heathrow. The flight is only 9 hours, so a third less than a day ago, and ...
... certainly not complaining.
Finally at the airport only to find out my flight to Chicago is over an hour late which now means I will miss my connection to Edinburgh from Chicago!!
However things did not happen as I expected and on arrival at Chicago I got the bad news that my flight to Edinburgh was going to be delayed by over 5 hours and so it was a long wait wandering around Chicago airport.
Finally we took off about 6 hours late.
For the last 20 or so ...
... whilst neighbouring passengers provided rolls and side salads. (See Tip 1). NB: the stewardess, despite flirting from Andrew did call him 'Trouble' but did take his advice about Brighton on stayovers. Really! By 7 hours in, boredom had set in and we even resorted to eye-spy something beginning with A! Joined longest queue ever to hand in declaration cards, at Vancouver airport, but good advice from passport control officer re connections to Vancouver itself. ...
... into the plane , but luckily I 've thought of that , so I took my foldable wheelchair with me.Some of the employees helped me to load my wheelchair into the plane . They also helped me to come up the stairs . In the plane , it was very difficult for me to find and get into my seat . And if that wasn,t enough, the plane was really full. But with a little help of the stuardess I've done. I was really glad when the plane taked off . I flew at least 10 with years so ...