|Wow, how can you go wrong with Giant cats and Dragons!|
|Tech everywhere - this is a long film strip shaped screen curling around on itself|
|Sunrise at Incheon Airport|
|Looks inviting and it was.|
By the way - no comments from anyone about checking into a hotel that you pay per hour. It was obviously not THAT kind of hotel. 😀
We checked out at 4 pm and went to the Korean Air Lounge (our flight to Seattle is on Delta but they don’t have a lounge in Seoul). There are the usual bar items along with nice food offerings including salads, garlic rice, corn soup, chicken in gravy, shitake mushroom meatballs, shrimp balls, and all sorts of bread items. A great way to get some snacks before boarding our 6:30 pm flight.
Our Delta flight to Seattle left on time at 6:30 pm. We had dinner and then went to sleep. The lay flat seats were fine, and we each had a door to our “compartment.” Another uneventful flight. We landed in Seattle early. YIPPPEEE. Not so much. We waited on the tarmac for 90 minutes, first problem was getting a gate, next problem was not being able to get through the airport due to (airplane) bridge construction. Sigh. It’s pretty frustrating to arrive early after a 10 hour flight and then wait another hour and half before you can actually get off the plane. That was a total of 35 hours from when the taxi picked us up in Guam to when we got to our hotel in Seattle.
We’re in Seattle for two days for a medical treatment for Bob and then back to Utah to prepare for our next adventure. It’s been a great trip.
By the way, congrats to the Chiefs and their fans. Coach Reid has Utah roots and we are happy to see him finally get his Super Bowl win.
Our total trip distance, both air and sea was 15,614 statute miles.