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Hopping Around To San Diego On F9, UA, DL & AS  
User currently offlinecytz_pilot From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 569 posts, RR: 0
Posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 5671 times:

Right at the beginning of 2013, I had some extra money and my wife agreed to let me spend it on a few-day trip. I thought about how cool it would be to jump on one of those domestic 787 flights that United Airlines was offering, so I found a really cool itinerary for under $350:

Frontier Airlines :: PDX-DEN-IAH
United Airlines :: IAH-LAX-SAN
Delta/Alaska Airlines :: SAN-LAX-PDX

Of course, the 787 was being operated on the IAH-LAX segment. Sadly, and like many other reports I've read, the 787 ride was not to be. A week after booking this itinerary, the FAA grounded the aircraft, and I held out little hope that it would be back in service within three weeks, when my flights were scheduled. However, I tried to find positives where I could. UA was replacing the 787 flights with other wide-body aircraft, and I still got to have fun exploring two cities, with a full day in January scheduled in San Diego (with its beautiful weather). And I'd be on 6 total flights, with at least 4 of those aircraft new ones to add to my poster. (Explanation – I've used Adobe Illustrator to build each different plane I've ever flown on and display them all together on a printed poster. So every time I fly something that I've never flown in before...new aircraft type, new airline, new livery etc...I get to add it to my collection, and I print out a poster every couple of years. A new one was due!)

My poster as of June 2013...I'm so proud...




It was a foggy day in Portland when I drove out to the airport for my 10:40 am departure. I parked in an economy lot and rode the shuttle in to the airport. I had my boarding passes already, and there were no surprises as far as security went. I wasn't that interested in wandering the terminal today, so I sat down at the near-deserted far end of the C-concourse to wait for my aircraft to arrive and take a photo. It arrived about 10 minutes late. Our flight would be operated by N213FR, 'Montana the Elk!'

Arrival from Denver




Meandering back to my gate, it looked like a full flight to Denver today – it was packed!

The Southwest flight next door




Flight 1 of 6
  • Thursday, January 24, 2013
  • Portland International Airport (KPDX) – Denver International Airport (KDEN)

  • Frontier Airlines, Airbus A320

  • N213FR






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Boarding was called on-time, which was kind of a relief. I only had a 55-minute layover in Denver, which is far tighter than I'd like. I even paid for an up-front Stretch seat to make sure I could be the first one off in case of a late arrival.

Waiting for departure




The aircraft took a really long time to board, being 100% full. The flight deck announced shortly before pushback that our departure was looking to be delayed about 30 minutes past the scheduled departure time, but there was a chance that we would make up some of that in the air. The woman in front of me (in row 1) was quite upset about this, as she only had a 30-minute connection to begin with, and she was asking the flight attendents if she could get refunded the cost of the premium seat since the tight connection was the only reason she had booked it. The FAs were quite polite to her through her annoyance and the lead FA ultimately refunded it (even though we did end up getting there in time for her to make her connection). I thought up until the end of boarding that the middle seat would remain free, but a hipster-looking gentleman boarded and talked a bit with the FAs, and was told to sit down in the middle seat next to me. Strange – wouldn't he have had to have been assigned a seat to board? And if so, why did he need to be told specifically to sit in this seat? Too many questions, oh well.

Finally, we were on our way. We climbed immediately into the murky clouds, and before long, broke out into the sunny skies.

It was a great ride, with a spacious seat overlooking the engine. Once we got out of the Pacific Northwest, the skies cleared and gave us a beautiful view of the mountains. On the way, I worked on my netbook, writing answers for the essay questions of a scholarship application to submit for my final year in university.













The pilots warned us about some reported heavy turbulence in the Denver area, so the FAs were asked to secure the cabin early. It was beautifully clear though!

Descending towards Denver








Great view!








We didn't end up hitting turbulence that was too bad until we were closer to the airport. We bumped around pretty good for the last 10 minutes or so, but luckily I was still able to get some nice pictures.

Almost deserted cargo ramp








Amost there








Concourse-A




Concourse-B




Remnants of Continental Airlines – I didn't know they had a significant presence in Denver?




I can only imagine how much worse the turbulence was for this Great Lakes B1900




Pulling into our gate




We docked at Concourse-A and of course, being in the second row, I was one of the first people off. We had arrived 20 minutes late, so I only had another 20 minutes available to stretch my legs and use the restroom before boarding.

I've said it before and I'll say it again...one of the finest CRJ liveries out there




AeroMexico 737




I arrived back at our gate about 10 minutes after the scheduled boarding time, but they hadn't started yet. The aircraft was there, A319 N914FR 'Stretch the Egret.' Boarding too awhile to start, so it looked like I was looking at another delay.

Not great views of my aircraft








Flight 2 of 6
  • Thursday, January 24, 2013
  • Denver International Airport (KDEN)
 - Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (KIAH)
  • Frontier Airlines, Airbus A319

  • N914FR






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We boarded, and it seemed to go much quicker than last time. My seat mates made me chuckle, they were two middle-aged women decked out in Obama paraphenilia (sweaters, scarfs, hats, etc.). I assume they were on their way back from the re-inaugaration which had happened a couple of days previous. They were pretty lively and offered me gum.  

We were about 30 minutes late when we departed for IAH. After takeoff, I mostly zoned out for the flight. It was pretty non-eventful.

Day's end




Over Texas




It was completely dark when we arrived in Houston. The airport itself, or at least that concourse, was pretty quiet and I made my way out to find my hotel shuttle. I had a dumb screw-up where I actually too the wrong shuttle and ended up at the wrong Ramada. So, I had to wait for the shuttle back to the airport, and wait again for the right shuttle. It cost me probably about 45 minutes, which annoyed me and almost made me pass on my plan to head into the city to do some exploring.

But, after getting into the hotel room, I thought “what the hell, I've never been in Houston, just do it.” I ran outside to catch a city bus into the downtown. It took a really meandering route, but finally hit a highway and rolled into the city center after about a 50-minute trip.

I didn't spend too much time wandering. I walked up to the University of Houston campus and took some shots of the city.

Views from UofH








Unfortunately I wasn't able to set up a nice shot of the light rail train they have (I love taking rail photos). I stopped by a Subway for dinner, and depite the hours listed on the corporate website, they were just closing. However they did make me a sandwich to-go. Instead of cracking it open in the middle of downtown, I stuffed it in my bag and took the bus back to the hotel. I was only in the downtown for an hour or so, but it was dark and, other than wierdos walking around, rather deserted. I really didn't have a great desire to stick around much longer.

I made it back to the hotel, had my sandwich, and vegged out in front of some TV. I tried to get an early bedtime since I was going to leave for the airport at 6 am the next morning...but you know how it is when you HAVE to get up early for something exciting...hard to sleep.

I was out in the lobby and checked out by 6 am, and I was there just in time to take advantage of a nice breakfast (free) of waffles and assorted continental offerings. Myself and about 7 others crowded onto a shuttle van, and headed towards the airport. I was the last one let off (yeesh, the United terminal is the last stop at Houston?).

The airport was still fairly quiet, and it was quick going through security. I saw from the departures board that my aircraft was coming from Honolulu, and was running with a delay of one hour. It was however a 767-400, which is a type I had not previously been on. Cool! I rode the inter-terminal train around and snapped a few pictures.

Air Canada Express to Toronto...my home town!




E135s are getting rarer, and as such they really look short




Atlas Air 747








The aircraft arrived about an hour and twenty minutes late, and I ran around snapping pictures of it before boarding.

My 767-400 just after arriving
















The nose knows




Flight 3 of 6
  • Friday, January 25, 2013
  • Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (KIAH) – Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX)
  • United Airlines, Boeing 767-400

  • N76062






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Eventually we were let on, and I took my seat at a window in the second-last row of the plane. The seating of a 767 of course is 2-3-2, and I was seated next to a woman whose husband and two kids were seated in the center section. Just after the doors closed, I noticed that the two seats behind us were empty, so I told her that I would move back there and one of her kids can sit by the window, if they want. She was really appreciative and thanked me half a dozen times, but heck, I really just wanted two seats to myself to stretch out.

View from the last row window




The entire back row was empty except for someone at the opposite side window. I'd estimate load factor at about 90% in economy.

Climbing out of Houston, I snapped my only photo of this flight leg.

Houston, we have a departure




As I did that, I accidently dropped the lens cap. It hit the floor and disappeared under my seat owing to the angle of the climbing aircraft. I shuffled around trying to find it, but gave up. There were no seats behind me, but there was some kind of large plastic casing.

After that failed attempt, I settled back to watch The Dark Knight Rises on the awesome PTV system. I hadn't seen it yet but was looking forward to it. I drank a few helpings of coffee, and also asked the flight attendant that served me if she was able to provide any help in finding my lens cap. She said it would be easier to do the search after landing, and asked me to remind her then.

The movie lasted most of the way to Los Angeles. When we arrived, I noticed how crappy the weather was. I already knew we were expecting rain, but it was also terribly windy and aircraft were approaching the airport from over the ocean; a first for me. We were in clouds until we were turning final, bumping in turbulence with nothing below us but choppy sea.

We landed, and with the initial delay combined with the longer-than-normal westerly approach, we arrived an hour and a half late, which cut it close – as my scheduled layover was only two hours. Then, things got worse.

I was getting antsy as we pulled into a gate at Terminal 6. Shortly thereafter the pilot came over the PA and told us that the jetway was non-functioning, and that we were going to taxi over to another gate in Terminal 7. We were just waiting for an available tug to push us back onto the ramp.

There were apologies and 'please-be-patient's' from the flight deck, but we waited close to twenty minutes before we were actually pushing back. I had given up hope of making my connection, which was now set to depart in less than 10 minutes. The engines started again, and we very slowly taxied over to Terminal 7 and parked at another gate.

Delta 777-200




American Airlines 767-200 racing a company shuttle bus




United A320




Pulling into the gate after an 800-foot voyage




When we were finally docked, I had to of course wait for everyone to get off first since I was right at the rear. The flight attendent from before was at the back of the plane too, and she helped me search for my lens cap. She was really amazing, she was actually down on her hands and knees helping me look under the big plastic casing. She saw it after looking in there with a flashlight, and found a long stick of some sort and fished it out for me. I couldn't believe the trouble she went through to help me get that lens cap out. I thanked her many times and ran off the plane. I went straight to the gate of my next flight, and happily found that the flight to San Diego hadn't departed yet, because there were a few passengers (including myself) who were on late arrivals due to the weather. But, I went straight down to the EMB-120 and settled into an exit row seat. Not the single seat unfortunately, but it was fine just the same.

Flight 4 of 6
  • Friday, January 25, 2013
  • Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) – San Diego International Airport (KSAN)
  • United Airlines, Embraer EMB-120
  • Unknown reg.






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I think most everything must have been delayed out of LAX that day, and by the time our aircraft departed, we were over 30 minutes late. It was a really long taxi to the west end of the airport, but finally we launched into the murk and turned south for San Diego.

Despite how short the flight was, we got a full drink run, with the flight attendent taking orders and then bringing the drinks back to us.

I didn't take any photos during this leg as well, since we were in cloud just about the entire trip. It was pouring rain in San Diego when we arrived, and it took forever to get to my hotel by shuttle van. The delays had made me miss out on my planned trip up to Oceanside – I now couldn't make it up there by train and still have enough time to explore and catch the last Coaster trip back. So instead, I caught a bus out to the Hotel Del Coronado and wandered around there for the evening. I went for a walk on the beach, which got me throroughly soaked from the rain, but it was enjoyable anyway. No photos again, because of the wet. I got back to the hotel, warmed up in the shower, and enjoyed YouTube until bedtime.

By the next morning, the rain had stopped but it was forecasted to be cloudy all day. Being a train nut in addition to a plane nut, I wanted to get a bunch of photos of the city's light rail trains (the Trolley), so I had researched where I might find good photo locations without too many people gawking at me or getting in the way. I also wandered around some various places in San Diego.

Santee Town Center, the end of the Green Line




Green Line trolley pulling into Santee Town Center




S70 trolley at the other end of the Green Line, at Imperial Terminal




U2 trolley at America Plaza, which looked somewhat more dingy than when I first visited in 1998




Amtrak train sitting without coaches




Amtrak arrival from Los Angeles




Another Trolley shot




USS Midway Museum




USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) parked across the bay




If this is someone's personal yacht, then godDAMN it's big.




Paddlewheeler




Along the waterfront




You know me...still tracking down trains




Older SD-100 at Imperial Terminal trolley




Strange looking building off in the distance




U2 trolley at Imperial




Santa Fe Depot, San Diego's main rail station




El Cortez hotel




Coaster locomotive




More trolleys,




...and more trolleys.




Well, the weather was kind of a wash and I didn't get any really stunning photos that day, but I still had a great time. I caught the bus from downtown back to the airport at about 3:30 pm. My flight, operated by Delta/Skywest, was departing out of the commuter terminal. The security line there was really short, and I started to regret having gone through as quickly as I did. There was very little space after clearing security, and I found out that my flight was going to be delayed by 30 minutes. So now I had two hours ahead of me in this small waiting area. I got a coffee and sat down by the window.

United EMB-120, with props turning and heading for LAX




Shortly after the CRJ-200 began flying with American Eagle colors




I heard other people on my flight say that the reason for our delay was that our aircraft needed a part that had to be flown down from LAX. Eventually, almost an hour after the scheduled departure time, the gate agent came over the PA system and asked everyone who was booked on this flight to come up to the gate. They were rebooking everyone onto the later LAX flight, which was set to depart on time – the aircraft had just arrived.

I started worrying initially, because most everyone on that flight was in line ahead of me and I knew there could only be so many seats. But then I actually got a bit excited, because when I reached the front of the line, the gate agent casually asked her co-worker if there were any seats left in First, and then I was handed a boarding pass for seat 4D. I was all excited, and I went immediately to board the plane. Turns out only rows 1-3 were First. However, this must have been a premium seat since there was a ton of legroom. Nice!

Walking over to the aircraft




Flight 5 of 6
  • Saturday, January 26, 2013
  • San Diego International Airport (KSAN) - Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX)
  • Delta Connection, Bombardier CRJ-700
  • N641CA






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My seatmate was a friendly businessman in his forties, and we chatted for a bit. It was completely dark when we finally took off, and the view of the almost-full moon over the clouds was stunning. No photos though...sorry...

The entire approach into LAX was in cloud, and it was quite foggy when we arrived.

Waiting to deboard




My three-hour-plus layover had now dwindled to about 75 minutes, but I still had time to grab dinner and take some photos of aircraft sitting forlornly in the fog.

An awesome 757




Delta A319




United 757




The flight up to Portland ended up being the only flight out of six I took that didn't leave with a delay. It was bad weather all over the country though – tons of rain on the west coast, and crazy snow on the east so you really couldn't blame the airlines.

Flight 6 of 6
  • Saturday, January 26, 2013
  • Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) – Portland International Airport (KPDX)
  • Alaska Airlines, Boeing 737-800
  • N587AS






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We boarded, and the attitude on this flight seemed nice and calm – I don't know what it was, but it was really mellow and relaxing. I tend to get that on my Alaska Airlines flights, I don't know whether it's just luck or not.  
Waiting to depart




I was behind on sleep, so I slept most of the way back up the coast and I don't have anything really to report on it. After arriving in Portland slightly earlier than scheduled, I drove home and that was the end of that trip.

You know, depite not getting the much-desired 787, the lousy weather and all the delays, I still really enjoyed my trip. I attend university full-time and have young kids, and it's nice to be able to get away for a few days all by myself. Thank you for checking out my trip report, and please share any feedback you'd like. Good night all!

-Chris

[Edited 2013-08-13 20:07:09]

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User currently offlinenizolidas From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2010, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 5351 times:

Nice TR!

Really like your poster.   Great idea.


User currently offlinepalmjet From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 1223 posts, RR: 17
Reply 2, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 5273 times:

Hey Chris - great report and pics.

Despite the weather, I thought you captured some great shots of your flights and in San Diego, a city I am still to visit. It's very much up there on my list. I am hoping to get there soon.

Nice to get an upgrade up to LAX.

Thanks for putting this one together - and yes, that poster is very very cool!

Cheers Palmjet



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User currently offlinecytz_pilot From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 569 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 4887 times:

Quoting nizolidas (Reply 1):
Really like your poster.   Great idea.

Thanks! It took a while to set up initially but after that updates are pretty quick and easy. Plus it gives me more incentive to try to get more planes on it.  
Quoting palmjet (Reply 2):
Despite the weather, I thought you captured some great shots of your flights and in San Diego, a city I am still to visit. It's very much up there on my list. I am hoping to get there soon.

San Diego is a great city! This was the third time I've visited and I've enjoyed it every time. If you do come out this way, it's quite easy to get to most points on the west coast for not much money. I've been thinking about an overnight trip to either San Francisco or LA, and you can easily find fares for less than $100 each way from Portland, where I live (which is ~2 hours flying time to LA).

Quoting palmjet (Reply 2):
Nice to get an upgrade up to LAX.

I was pretty psyched about that.   Honestly I'm amazed that all of the delayed passengers were accommodated on that one later flight (maybe there's too much capacity on the route if the planes are less than half full?).


User currently offlineTPAfan From United States of America, joined Apr 2013, 162 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (1 year 1 month 1 week 2 days ago) and read 4821 times:

Great TR!! I haven't flown F9 since spring 2011, and things have changed, so I am looking forward to seeing if I can try them out soon. So trying to follow you here, you purchased an economy seat, and then Stretch seating? The pics of San Diego looked great! I am still trying to get out to the west coast, and if so, San Diego, would be near the top of my list in terms of cities I would want to catch. Once again, great TR, loved the layout, and the compilation of the aircraft you have flown on looks great.

User currently offlineusctrojan18 From United States of America, joined Feb 2013, 92 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (1 year 1 month 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 4278 times:

Really nice TR. I really like how you included the trains of San Diego. Being from San Diego, I'm glad you did your research and took the Green Line. The Blue is really ghetto, and the Orange Line is really ghetto from 12 & Imperial to Lemon Grove.
It's a shame you didn't get to take the Coaster up to Oceanside. It's a really nice ride up the coast and the Oceanside pier is just a couple blocks from the Train Station. Also, I would recommend checking out the Model RR museum in Balboa Park. It's been my favorite museum since I was 4, is always great to check out when in the Park. Great TR and feel free to come back down to San Diego anytime  


User currently offlineJoePilot001 From United States of America, joined Mar 2009, 24 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (1 year 1 month 6 days ago) and read 4150 times:

Hey Great TR! My question to you is do you make the planes for your poster or do you download them? With what program(s)? Thanks,
Joe


User currently offlinemesaflyguy From United States of America, joined Dec 2012, 3151 posts, RR: 5
Reply 7, posted (1 year 1 month 5 days 23 hours ago) and read 4100 times:
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Hey, great report!

Firstly, thanks to my first love, which is boating and anything to do with the subject, the big blue yacht is "Luna", a member of the fleet belonging to Russian business tycoon, Roman Abramovich.

You know what's funny? I remember reading another TR on this site a few weeks ago and part of the TR was SAN-LAX on DL and they had the exact same experience as you! A part needed to be flown in from LAX, and everybody was booked onto the next flight. I'm thinking you might've had another A.nutter on that flight with you!  USA Trip Pt. 7: Heading To Hawaii: SAN-LAX-HNL (by adamspotter Jul 13 2013 in Trip Reports)

Anyway, great report and glad you still had a good trip despite missing the 787 and just getting to fly on one of those "boring 764s"    

[Edited 2013-08-18 15:39:56]


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User currently offlinecytz_pilot From United States of America, joined Dec 1999, 569 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (1 year 1 month 5 days 20 hours ago) and read 4065 times:

Quoting TPAfan (Reply 4):

Great TR!! I haven't flown F9 since spring 2011, and things have changed, so I am looking forward to seeing if I can try them out soon. So trying to follow you here, you purchased an economy seat, and then Stretch seating?

I don't get too much into the airline comparisons, but I've taken 4 legs on Frontier in the past year and the service has been no worse than I would expect on the majors. Yes, I didn't bother with the Stretch seat when I first booked the ticket but I started thinking that a half hour delay would put me in a tough spot with my back-of-the-plane window, so I paid for the upgrade. It cost $25 for the one leg.

Quoting TPAfan (Reply 4):
The pics of San Diego looked great! I am still trying to get out to the west coast, and if so, San Diego, would be near the top of my list in terms of cities I would want to catch. Once again, great TR, loved the layout, and the compilation of the aircraft you have flown on looks great.

Thanks! San Diego is really nice, and you have good access to the rest of California and the west coast.

Quoting usctrojan18 (Reply 5):

Really nice TR. I really like how you included the trains of San Diego. Being from San Diego, I'm glad you did your research and took the Green Line. The Blue is really ghetto, and the Orange Line is really ghetto from 12 & Imperial to Lemon Grove.
It's a shame you didn't get to take the Coaster up to Oceanside. It's a really nice ride up the coast and the Oceanside pier is just a couple blocks from the Train Station. Also, I would recommend checking out the Model RR museum in Balboa Park. It's been my favorite museum since I was 4, is always great to check out when in the Park. Great TR and feel free to come back down to San Diego anytime  

Thank you for the comments! I focused on the Green Line mainly because I thought the SD70s were cooler-looking.   I really was sad to miss the trip to Oceanside, so I certainly will have to go back!

Quoting JoePilot001 (Reply 6):

Hey Great TR! My question to you is do you make the planes for your poster or do you download them? With what program(s)? Thanks,

Thanks! I do build the aircraft myself. Originally I built about 14 aircraft for a separate poster project, but it was 15 years ago and I used CorelDraw. Later, I imported what I had into Adobe Illustrator and that became the base for my personal flight poster.  
Quoting mesaflyguy (Reply 7):
Firstly, thanks to my first love, which is boating and anything to do with the subject, the big blue yacht is "Luna", a member of the fleet belonging to Russian business tycoon, Roman Abramovich.

You know the boat looked familiar to me, I guess I must have seen a picture of it somewhere...thanks for the clarification!

Quoting mesaflyguy (Reply 7):
You know what's funny? I remember reading another TR on this site a few weeks ago and part of the TR was SAN-LAX on DL and they had the exact same experience as you! A part needed to be flown in from LAX, and everybody was booked onto the next flight. I'm thinking you might've had another A.nutter on that flight with you!

Holy cow, that's an awesome catch! I had a look at it and yes indeed, I was sitting three rows behind Adamspotter. Hilarious!!! I'll have to comment on his TR.

Quoting mesaflyguy (Reply 7):
Anyway, great report and glad you still had a good trip despite missing the 787 and just getting to fly on one of those "boring 764s"

Haha, I still want to fly on a 787 but it's funny, this was one of the most comfortable flights of my life on board the empty back end of that 764. Maybe that was better than a 100% full 787, which was what it looked like before they officially switched aircraft (3 days before departure).


User currently offlinekaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2889 posts, RR: 18
Reply 9, posted (1 year 2 weeks 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 2977 times:

Hi Chris,

Nice report, brought back good memories for me as i recently [May 2013] visited SAN,

And i flew in from LAX on the DL CR7 as well

Nice pictures, thanks for sharing

Karan


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