“Get use to it... you’re back to work,” my captain said, a little over 21 hours ago in New York. It was a hurry up and wait sort of day while we attempted to solve a booking problem at the gate, logbook confusion in the flight deck, and an hour taxi for departure. Welcome to New York! Thanks to the outstanding teamwork the departure was a success.
Good bye New York and Hello Athens!
Today the captain flew the plane, and all that stuff we did for 11 hours enroute… Just like in Vegas, “What happens in the cockpit stays in the cockpit.” At least for tonight…top secret stuff tomorrow.
Man Made of Stacked Pieces of Glass
The day was warm, the sun bright and my flight crew, I, and three of our flight attendants decided to take to the streets. Forsaking sleep, our feet, and perhaps our sanity… we pressed on and walked to Acropolis!
Tonight pictures will have to speak louder than words… I have been awake for too long and my words are lost.
Sann, Karlene and David ... Parthenon
Temple of Olympian Zeus
Erechtheum: Temple on North side of Acropolis
A bath is where I am headed. Tomorrow is my leg back to New York, and I will be flying the remainder of the trip...the best thing about OE is I get all the legs. Have a wonderful day!
Enjoy the Journey!