April 12th, 2010
|10:47 pm - I have seat numbers and everything; I say that's definitely happening|
So, guess who is going to be in the United States for 4 weeks later this year? Boo yeah!
From the looks of the flight details I've had sent to me, it appears that I'll be leaving her on the 18th of July. And arriving in Philadelphia after some stop-overs on... the 18th of July. That's the magic of the International Date Line, I suppose.
And I leave the states on the 15th of August (their time) and get home on the 17th. So I guess I'll be missing the 16th completely. Fun.
But yes, more details on that when I find out about them. Should be fun, though.
In other news, after the trivia night I just went to with some Uni peoples, I think I've had enough questions about the Trojan war to last me a lifetime. Egads.
Current Mood: chipper
|Date:||April 12th, 2010 02:28 pm (UTC)|| |
Woo hoo! Welcome to the US!
|Date:||April 12th, 2010 03:09 pm (UTC)|| |
But soon! It was a preemptive welcome!
Sorry, it came out in all of the excitement. Hee hee!
Well, three months. And trust me, you'll be hearing all about it when I get there.
Oooh will you be in the NY area anytime during your stay? *bats eyes*
I think we might end up spending a couple of days in New York, yes.
|Date:||April 13th, 2010 12:47 am (UTC)|| |
We're hanging out in Atlanta these days. No really interesting enough to make a stop on your first visit. Chicago, on the other hand, is highly recommended.
I have no idea if we'll be spending any time in Chicago (besides the stop-over for our flight). But I'll keep that in mind.