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... and hazy. T3 first which was nice. The Capital Airport is a large complex. You arrive at 3C for check-in. As I was flying business, I could check in early. The chap at the first check area mentioned something about a baggage check. He had a little bone-coloured item he handed to somebody else to scan and let me go. It was then a long walk to the trains. Flying international, I went to 3E. First was a slow walk through a 'temperature zone'. I would have ...
... up the 40M.
Security was a bit slow, channeled toward staff rather than the kiosks. The baggage was even slower. Tortoise prize, however, went to Park 'n Fly. I got out to see some 40 people milling around. The next two trucks were valet. Two came together and I was nicely located to hop on the second one.
Some dipstick was taking forever getting out of the parking lot but he left. I was out of there and headed home.
This had to be one of my poorer overnight sleeps. The next leg, however, will be 'excuse me' so don't feel bad. After a couple of hours pretty much decided to listen to the golden oldies music channel. The overall music was not as good on Swiss as I recalled in the past.
Big Fatty got up and bounced on his toes. Seeing that much blubber move on so little sleep was not helpful.
Why do people get up to go to the can when the food service is on? I'd let ...
Ashley here making the first entry into our travel blog. If all goes as planned, this will be the first of many entries. You KNOW we had to bring you all along on our first trip off the continent!! Sitting at YYZ (Toronto International Airport). Brushing up on out Italian, getting organized and if you know my mom, you know she is journaling ...
... they do baked potatoes here - I'll remember that next time fastfood is the only option!
We drove to Uncle Greg & Aunt Evonne Pipe's. Uncle Greg is Uncle Vaughn's brother, and they live very close to Book Road. Their house is beautiful and the back lawn opens out to a farm property. There are no fences sectioning off the property, so it felt like they lived on a farm in the middle of the country! The owners are nice and let them walk all over, ...