Smooth Sailing (er, Flying) From SFO to LAX Post Thankgiving
Just after touching down at San Francisco International Airport last week, we noted how curiously smooth our travel was from one sometimes-hellish airport (LAX) to another. We're not sure if more travelers opted for the I-5 as predicted, but whatever the case, our trip in the opposite direction was just as uneventful.
This may have something to do with the fact that our flight home was on Monday evening, a full 24-hours after Thanksgiving weekend officially came to a close. The scene outside of SFO was quiet, and we caught a glimpse of some winter-themed projections on the main building. Those artificial snowflakes are the closest the City by the Bay will get to actual flurries this Christmas, unless aberrant weather conditions take over.
Back at LAX, we were met by a near empty curbside and a couple who made out for damn near 10-minutes straight. Sorry, readers, we deemed snapping a picture of them too paparazzi-esque. Instead, below is a snapshot of one car-less pick-up area. Despite hitting some traffic near the end of the terminals, overall, this Thanksgiving's SFO-LAX shuffle was a successful one.
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