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Going to San Diego

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Going to San Diego

March 4th, 2008 by Sara in Uncategorized

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Scott.

Subject: San Diego

Sara hangs up her cellphone. “Well, I guess I’m going to San Diego on Wednesday.”

They’re flying you out there?”

Yeah. I guess it’ll be fun to look around for a day, new experiences and all.”

Would you take the job?”

You can’t move to San Diego! You belong in New York.”

So I can’t consider sunny southern California? It’s supposed to be nice out there.”

Nope. You’re not allowed. New York is your home.”

So are you renting a car? Or just going to save as much money as possible and just wander around?”

I don’t know. I’m going to look later and see what I can do with name your price through priceline.com. If I can get a crazy low price it probably beats worrying about or paying for transportation to the airport.”

When was the last time you drove? That could be fun.”

Oh shush, I’m a fine driver.”

Better check that the hotel has parking. You are going to be in a city, might cost more to park than to have the car.”

That’s a valid point. I just wish it was April, I could catch a Padres game. Maybe I’ll walk over and stare forlornly at the park.”

I’m sure there is something better to do in the city than stare at an empty baseball stadium.”

Yeah. I hope so. I’m also going to see three new airports on this trip. I have layovers in both St. Paul Minnesota, and Salt Lake City Utah. I’m going to make sure I’m wearing my Mets Santana 57 shirt when I’m in Minnesota.”

That’s a little mean don’t you think? I wonder if anyone in Minnesota is a big enough Twins fan to call you out on it. Especially in the airport.”

I’ll let you know! I’ll only be in the airport for a very little while though, so It might not even get noticed. I doubt anyone in San Diego will care.”

So you’re coming back Friday morning right? Plenty of time to help out with our anniversary party on Saturday?”

Yup. I’ll call you when I get off the plane and you can put on a pot of coffee for me. I’m going to be exhausted because I don’t sleep well on planes.”

Sounds good. Hopefully you don’t have a delay in the airport.”

Make sure we have enough drinks this year. Maybe everyone won’t bail on the party early.”

Don’t worry, I have a whole theme planned.”

Anything you want me to get from San Diego for the party? Or just for fun?”

If you see something that fits the theme, don’t hesitate!”

Bring me back an escaped Mexican illegal.”

Sara quirks an eyebrow at Scott.

You’re close to Tijuana right? I don’t know what else San Diego has.”

I’ll find something, don’t worry. I should probably go pack now.” Sara wanders off towards her room.

2 Responses to “Going to San Diego”

  1. A Margarita Says:

    The Zoo! Is supposed to rock.

  2. Frank Says:

    I was there once. Bronx is better.

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