We all gathered along with the Cornell cohort and listened to the last given instructions by Don and he handed out our final copy of the itinerary. I must admit it was pretty chilly outside everyone kind of hurdled together to stay warm. Then sooner than we thought the shuttle had arrived, it was then that I realized this was real, this was it.Well we said our final byes and got into the shuttle, and rode off to the airport. We headed to San Francisco international airport and there was no traffic as there usually is so we got there faster than a bullet.
After we grabbed our luggage and made our ways to the kiosk where we checked in our bags, then we passed through the security checkpoint and now there was no turning back. All the girls looked exhausted and I felt like it as well, but you don’t always get these types of opportunities so the excitement builds up energy. We ordered caffeine beverages from Peet's Coffee. Then we made our way to our gate and it was boarding time. We departed at 6 AM.
|There was so many people on the plane.|
|Waiting for the shuttle.|
We took shuttle to the rental car area, and it was fuller than ever. We waited for about an hour and finally we got our car. Then it was time to make our way to the hotel, but the Boston traffic is pretty bad. I was amazed of how many tunnels were in the freeway and how people feel so confident to walk on the sidewalk before the walking figure comes on. Eventually we had never been to Boston so it took us a while to arrive to the Midtown Hotel where we are currently staying at the moment. After checking in and getting settled in our rooms we rested for about 20 minutes and headed to the Cheesecake factory for dinner at 8 PM.
|Lemon Garlic Shrimp.|
|I am so in love with Boston!|