Courtyard Newark Liberty International Airport
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Friday morning July 3rd 6.10am and we all meet up at the airport to begin our American
Check in is easy and security quick so we have time for a big breakfast and duty free shopping.
The flight is on time and we settle down to watch some films. The cabin crew serve very fast food, it' s a bit like traveling with B and Q staff -older than most and lacking the finer nuances of ...
... terminal eagerly (yet still nervously) waiting to board. When I got here, the terminal was a ghost town. It was just me and a few other people who likely woke up entirely too early as well. Now, three hours later, it’s bustling with busy travelers, eager to get to their destination.
I am here with my North Face backpack, complete with an infinite number of convenient zippered pockets and compartments so I could neatly stash as ...
... minutes. After our bags finally came we then had to wait on a line that wrapped around the entire baggage claim area so we could hand in our customs receipt and be let out. There were only two people collecting these receipts and a couple planes let out at the same time so we waited in this line for thirty minutes before we were finally able to leave. When I turned the corner I saw my parents and sprinted towards them and gave them both a hug and we went home. ...
It's time to go home now. It's a bittersweet thing because I cannot wait to get a good night's sleep. I also cannot wait to see my mom and boyfriend and tell them all about my amazing trip! However, I will miss the adventuring and trying new things.
The cool thing that I noticed in France and Switzerland was that most places we went, ...
... bodies and luggage waiting their turn to go through. They led us in a huge line to customs where we again went through a que to obtain our automated check in receipts, then through another que to have the receipts, our boarding passes, and our passports edifice by a real person, then through another que to finally hand over our checked luggage (yes, that's right, we'd been lugging our luggage around with us this whole time), then finally through security itself. By the time we ...