Lynn and I went to Calgary, Alberta, in Canada. It was my third trip to Canada, and her first.
And it's important to remember which shuttle bus stop you're nearest...
(Thursday 08-Aug-2002 14:20)
Picture snapped at Orange County John Wayne Airport, a random shot to show that it's a working camera.
(Thursday 08-Aug-2002 14:41)
|1114-04 high-res image|
At San Franciso, we had to trudge from the United terminal to the Air Canada terminal, and it's a long hike past out-of-service ticket counters and whatnot. This sign is a very simple and effective sign, serving primarily (in my opinion) to reassure passengers that they're trudging in the right direction.
(Thursday 08-Aug-2002 18:00)
1114-05, 1114-06, 1114-07.
Here's three ways of presenting the same information. I like the style they used (the first graphic). The other two versions represent other approaches I've seen proposed, including Filthy Pierre's 1984 con-running guide. (An aside: if this were a hotel, any "airlines" between the sign and the lobby, or the elevator, would not be listed...)
And then, we were in Calgary. This is just before you reach the first set of Customs and Immigrations inspectors.
(Thursday 08-Aug-2002 22:48)
We arrived at the convention hotel at about midnight, and checked in.
We wandered around the lobby for a little while, mostly looking for fannish-looking people. We didn't find any. This is the hotel bar, whose claim to fame is that the "Caeser" cocktail was invented here.
(Thursday 08-Aug-2002 00:21)