Americas Best Value Inn - Port Jefferson Station
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... good” ones up due to the possibility of unseen damage and what could go wrong. They eventually got a minimal lighting rig from a local company to use during this show.
As you could imagine, tension was high and moods were unstable. This was on top of the fact that this venue was one of the worst for load in and load out. Normally, the venue has a dock (some more limited than others) ...
... were served buffet style. On one occasion when we stopped for lunch at El Avion it was not buffet. We wish it would have been as it lasted almost two hours. Carolyn and I as I think I mentioned previously usually just grab a snack for lunch so we don't waste precious sightseeing time. This was one example of wasted time. The farewell dinner last night would have been classier if a sit down meal was served. I assume that buffet meals are ...
... Delta terminal 4 at JFK must be fairly new as neither of us has seen it before. To say its large would be an understatement as we had to ride five people mover belts before we were able to reach our gate. I had dinner at Shake Shack, so how can you go wrong with one of their hamburgers and shakes? We're off to a good start already. Flight # 70 left the gate right on time, and lifted into the air at 8:45 pm. Initially we thought there would be a slight ...
We were pretty knackered from all that lifting at Ikea, but still managed to see a movie that night - Oblivion. This was a bad move as it was showing quite late, and was also quite boring (culminating in me "missing" one or two inconsequential minutes of the film).
The next day Ikea delivered our stuff. I can safely say my bed was assembled efficiently and in full accordance with the instructions, although this was not the case for everyone I think we are all ...
... me to say "Sorry, I'm not that kind of doctor", which I have been waiting to do!
Next flight was from SF to NY, a 6 hour flight, once again sat next to a real-life New Yorker. This guy was a journalist from Reuters, and was generally more pleasant than the other guy. During this flight I started to get a bit beyond tired, occasionally nodding off for a minute at a time.
Arrived at JFK slightly early, a big fat guy was waiting for me at baggage ...