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... for this volume of people. Bob and I went for lunch (3 pancakes stack with berries and maple syrup). At least we got a seat each. We were able to check in when we returned at 2.30 and then we met up with the other Bob at 5pm and went for a beer. At 8.15pm I watched Queen Elizabeth manoeuvre out of Pier 35 and set a course for her next port of Honolulu after another four days at sea. There was quite a crowd of us watching with ...
... San Francisco to San Diego and then double-back to San Francisco! SW Airlines do not allocated seats but instead allocate a 'Line Up' Letter (A, B or C) and a Number (1-60) on their Boarding Pass. People are called to line up by their Letter/Number to board the plan and choose a seat. This system works quite well until all the window and aisle seats are taken and then it slows down when people decided who they want to sit in between! But ...
... to explore on its own. It was off to the airport to make our ay to Seattle and after a quick stop at a mall for something to eat we checked in at the airport. It was much smoother this time and either we are getting better at this or the staff were more helpful. A little of both I think. The flight was 2 hours and as we approached Seattle the fog on the ground indicated that the temperature was going to be a little different. The ...
... bike. So I could basically give Tilda's bike a bit of a push from behind and then she had to get up the stairs alone. It was hard for me to do, so she was a little champ. Some staff members on the ferry helped her up and some fellow passengers let us through the sea of people and bikes and we were very grateful for their assistance. * When we got off the ferry we had about a 10 minute ride through San Fran to return our bikes. This too was difficult and unusual for the kids and ...
... and flame-belching pyrotechnic canons. McCartney himself, whose voice is still in remarkably fine form for a 72 year old, remains a consummate ham, shooting finger pistols at the fans and generally playing up to the appreciative audience. The impression McCartney makes upon his fans can be summed up by the experience I had with those in my immediate vicinity; at Dodgers stadium I had a guy in his 60's, himself a muso, with tears streaming down his ...