Sunday, March 6, 2011

Airport blues


Old San Antonio Church



I just got back from San Antonio, Texas last night after a grueling flight. We had to fly on an airline that I don’t usually fly on due to the fact that not many airlines go to San Antonio-- and I’m not naming names.  I will say this.  It makes no sense to me that we would have a three hour layover in Atlanta (huge, huge airport) and the connecting flight boards right next to the one we came in on, while the flight on the return trip had a 40 minute layover and the connecting flight was clear on the other side of the airport.  Did I mention how huge the airport in Atlanta was???

Ever see someone running in an airport?  Well, the reason is very clear to me right now.  Someone who is lining these things up has a wicked sense of humor.

Luckily we managed to make it but if the flight wasn't delayed, (Yup another airport benefit) well, I’d still be in San Antonio.

Anyway, the trip itself was a little hectic, but things will now get back to normal, I hope.  

11 comments:

Heather said...

glad you are back - sorry about the airport situation - uggg! have a great evening back at home!

Franz said...

Welcome back!

Ciao,a hug!

Lee said...

Welcome Home!

Air travel is such an adventure ;)

Mmm said...

Ha. that's funny about the layout of airports. So true about Atlanta's in particular. I have been one of those people running the terminals too.

Leovi said...

Estupenda foto de esa iglesia en San Antonio, mucho mas relajante que tu estresante vuelo.Saludos.

Liz Revit said...

Welcome back!

LadyCat said...

Sorry to hear you had such a hectic trip. Glad you're home safely.
The photo Of the church is beautiful!

♥Jan♥ said...

Welcome home Crystal...missed you :)

Carol Blackburn said...

Glad you made it home safely...I think in this day and age if you get to your destination and home again safely, that's about all you can ask.

Magic Love Crow said...

Welcome back and I'm glad you made it home safely ;o)

Margaret said...

How awful. But I do love San Antonio. We lived there for a few years. The church photo is beautiful.

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