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United Airlines 768
San Francisco (SFO) – Boston (BOS)
19 February 2014
Since the flight from Seattle arrived 30 minutes late, I only had 30 minutes to make my connection. Of course there had to be an adventure getting to the gate. We arrived at the last gate of the international terminal, and the flight to Boston was departing from gate 62 in Terminal 3. I ran, and ran, and ran, and finally made it; once I arrived at the gate, group 5 was almost finished boarding.
Boarding was done through door 2L, I turned left into the First Class cabin and found my seat, 2A.
We pushed back shortly before the scheduled departure time.
So much leather everywhere!
We made it to the runway ten minutes behind the scheduled departure time and were shortly airborne.
Before take-off the purser came around and presented us with two breakfast choices:
- Cereal, Fruit, Yogurt, and a Banana (what I had)
- Scrambled eggs with turkey sausage
I never understood why Americans love serving warm food for breakfast, being a European, I love my cold cuts quite well.
After breakfast, I worked on my laptop and slept a little. I was woken up by some turbulence and presented with a beautiful view.
We began descending into Boston thirty minutes before scheduled arrival time.
The flight lasted approximately 5 hours and 28 minutes, which went by quickly after I found something to do on my laptop. I had an hour and a half in Boston, so I headed to the United Club in Terminal C. The flight back to San Francisco was the same exact plane that carried me to Boston.
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