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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... As she repeatedly tried to speak over me, I repeated "Customer Service" four times before she finally shut up. There, I thought, take that, computer woman. I waited patiently for a human being to pick up, but then computer woman was back: "I cannot direct you to a customer service representative unless you choose an option. Choose an option now: Press 1 for Purchases. Press 2 for..."
Seriously??! Sass from a computer woman?!?! We can program computers with ...
... me out? I was near tears, breathing hard and trying to stay in control of my car, when at the last second they sped through the light, laughing at me the whole way. I stopped at the light, shaking and rattled, and let myself cry hysterically just for the minute that it took for the lights to cycle through.
Women fear cat-callers because we have been trained to. Because there is no way for us to know which guys are just ******** looking for a ...
The flight is half and hour late due to a technical snag. Yet again there are empty seats everywhere. In fact there are 100 empty seats. Bizarrely the crew are trying to promote paying for the extra leg room places when you can just claim a whole row for yourself. It looks as though the crew will have a quiet time. Speaking of the crew, why as there so many male air crew that are gay? We have 3 make crew today and if they are ...
... British Airways check-in desk, however, there was no one working, because apparently I arrived too early even for the airline. I figured this out after standing at an empty kiosk for about five minutes, during which another couple in line kept asking me if they were in the right line to check their bags, and why was I in a different line if we were both checking in. I tried explaining to them that I'd checked in ...
... could never be satisfied with just five more days or five more months or five more minutes. There is nothing we can do about it - try as we might to schedule it and record it, we can't stop time, control time, create time, or save time. It goes right on ticking with no thought for us whatsoever. And maybe we need Time to eventually step in and say, "Enough now," to make us recognize how precious our time together is.
Countdown to Oxford: 5 days ...