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... that now has a bunch of shops and food vendors. We were given a voucher to get food from any of the vendors. However, when we arrived, we found out that the Bourse had recently changed its schedule, and was not open on Sundays! There was one restaurant that had an outside entrance that was still open, and we could use our vouchers there, and east at the tables in the marketplace.
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... camp wouldn’t wait for us so we had in the international arrival hall to wait another 90 minutes for the next flight a counsellor was waiting on which arrived at 6.30pm. Internationals take an hour to clear so we ended up waiting ages which sucked. The kids should have been looked after a lot better, so it was unfortunate it happened but I did my best make them feel better and pass the time which was all I could do in the situation.
... they had several ISU students doing a survey of travelers at CIRA. They've done it for several years. Very helpful for CIRA. But for some reason, they didn't approach us. I'm pretty intimidating I guess...right!
Good flight to Detroit. Sat next to a Mr. Lootens, retired Principal from Olympia and now at Epiphany. Wife worked with Sandy in Strategic Resources at SF. Sandy and Kevin sat in the two ...
... shop a market, size a shoe, work in a hospital and much more! The upper level was more science based with rocket launchers, anti-gravity space and the human hamster wheel. There is so much to write about, but the thing the children enjoyed the most was the historic carousel. My kids love any and every carousel! We had a great morning and enjoyed burning off some energy before our drive to ...