We got up early and asked the receptionist to call a taxi for us by 8am. She did and a couple minutes before our ride, Linda went to a bakery and purchased some pastries and brought them back to the hotel for us. When she was giving them to us, she noticed that the bakery had given her two of the wrong variety. The woman at the receptionist desk said no matter and ran down to the cafeteria where she selected the variety Linda had wanted and brought replacements. The taxi driver came and was very kind. "Eat your pastries. We'll go when you are ready," he said with a heavy French accent. He was a very kind gentleman with two children: a 20-year-old son and a 16-year-old daughter. His son is an auto mechanic and his daughter is planning to attend college soon.
At the airport, we received special treatment. An attendant selected us from the middle of the line checked our information and bags as though we were at the front of the line. We actually had a couple hours to wait once we got through security and the ticket line. Linda bought some more chocolate, some macaroons, water, and shopped the stores. Emily and I just smiled. Linda is really in her element.
Row 24 C, D, and H. Three center seat boarded by the aisles. Emily, Linda, Mathew with estimated time of arrival in Dallas is 3:08pm. Mom and Em had chicken curry and rice while I had the beef pie and potato.
Lala land and Moana. Linda and Emily watched something else.
We arrived home at 8:40 pm. Carly and Merv picked us up.