(One other thing before I start: I broke a record on this trip, filling the memory card on my camera with over 400 pictures. Because I ended up with approximately 150 that I wanted to post, they are smaller than they have been in the past. If you want to see a larger version of any of these pics, let me know and I'll post a bigger version in its place.)
Given the state of affairs in Toronto, I was happy to be leaving. Is it time for spring yet? At this point I was waiting for my cab, which hadn't shown up on time. I went back in and called the cab company, who said my cab had been in an accident and they'd be sending another. Um, OK. Were they planning on sharing that with me or should I have just stood there waiting all morning? Honestly.
My airplane had to be dragged out of bed just like me! Here they bring it around for boarding at the customary unholy hour.
I have an inexplicable fascination with taking a picture of Toronto as I leave. Maybe I have detachment issues?
Arriving in Detroit, where I had to change planes each way, we were escorted from the runway back to the terminal by a bird of prey. A hawk, I think.
I've heard of airport hotels before, but this is a little silly. The building in the background, literally attached to the terminal, is a Westin hotel. Who would want a room looking out over an airport tarmac with planes coming and going all the time? Oh wait - I would.