Clarion Hotel & Suites Conference Center
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... went very well, especially for me as I had TSA Precheck and sailed through security. We got some breakfast sandwiches and OJ for breakfast and then went to our gate. We left on time and were in Columbus by 2:00. When they tried to unload the baggage from our plane there was a swarm of bees and they couldn't do it. That did not delay us ...
... way through. Upon arrival at Dallas the weather was no surprise, it was just as I'd left it: hot, steamy and stormy. After a couple of hours my next flight left for Columbus, by this stage due to a lack of sleep I couldn't even stay awake for take-off. This highlighted that there was no way I could have driven straight to Athens that night, so I was glad Donelle had booked an airport hotel for that ...
You may have noticed the two flags for the picture for this blog. The red and white one is the flag of Austria and the blue and white one is the Bavarian flag which is southern Germany where Munich is located.
Erin had to get up at 4:30 this morning to catch her flight to Washington DC. She took a luxury taxi to the airport, a Lincoln Town Car. We slept in until 8:00 and then got up and did our last packing and chores ...
... held at historic Ohio Village, with over 250 artisans, plenty of seminars and my favorite, great food!
Bless his heart, Scott explored parts of Columbus while I spent the day enjoying the ambiance at the fair and spending money. I found 3 beautiful handmade linen pillows from a company called "French Laundry Home", 2-3 books, one in ...
... depart at 2.25pm. Oh, and there will be a $75 charge to re-ticket.
By this stage I was boiling with veins popping out of my head so I proceeded to tell him what a shambles the Toronto transport system was and how much of joke the airport was. He then told me I had to pay another $25 for my checked bag.
So to recap, I had spent $27 on my non-existent bus, $20 on the replacement taxi, $75 on the re-ticket and $25 on the checked bag, which to be fair, I ...