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My little Gaia; always the first to welcome you home.
I got to my grandmother's house in Matadepera in the afternoon. Even so, I didn't do anything until the late day because I spent the day sleeping.
The flight had been long from Philadelphia (my most hated airport) with a connecting flight at Charles de Gaul. I thought I could just stay awake until night time, but I was so wrong! As soon as I sat on the couch with the warm fuzzy blanket I sank into it and fell asleep. When I woke up it was supper time. My grandmother prepared some nice warm soup and chicken and I was so hungry!
Halfway through my supper someoone knocked at the front door and... surprise! My aunt, uncle, and cousins had come by to say hello. They are wild children and we usually burn so much weight off when we play with them hahaha, but this time I just sat there and ate. They were pretty dissapointed.
We got back in the car to go sleep at my father's apartment in Terrassa. He already had the beds made, and of course right then I no longer felt tired.
Oh jet lag....
Ann_Hells says:
Oh yes, there are such bad transportation options, they all involve spending an absurd amount of money haha. Luckily I had the chance to see most of the historic district when I lived in Philly. It's really pretty, and it's a shame that more people can't enjoy it.
Posted on: Jan 16, 2008
sylviandavid says:
Ann, Very nice blog.... The frustrating thing about Philadelphia airport for us is the US history that is so close yet so far! We never have time to rush out to the sights.... Sylvia
Posted on: Jan 13, 2008
stabber911 says:
Gaia, Goddess of earth..
Posted on: Jan 06, 2008
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