a day of travel, part II

This time from Gate 1 at SNA. No, before I was at gate 4 after being moved from gate 1.

Yes, a delayed flight plus 2 gate changes.

Hopefully it won’t delay my departure at 9:00 AM to Denver.

Next report from there I’m sure, unless the guy in the polo shirt with the blue pipping does something incredible.

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  1. You want to know fun (btw the sarcasm light is on…)

    Fly into Atlanta in terminal A, discover that your connecting flight is in terminal E (which if you’re not familiar with ATL is at the opposite end of the airport)… Lug the 3 year old his car seat and your carry on (with the wife lugging her stuff) down to the train, shuttle out to Terminal E, get lunch relax for a few minutes… only to find out that there’s now a gate change and your connecting flight is now at Terminal T… Mind you Terminal T is back on the OTHER side of Terminal A!

    So, haul the 3 year old and assorted crap back down to the train and across the airport to Terminal T… Arrive at the gate and SURPRISE! Flight’s delayed now too!

    Oh and ATL doesn’t have free WiFi, and neither does SFO, DFW (United gates) or LAX (United gates)… However FLL, PBI, and TPA all have airport wide free WiFi….

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