|Our aircraft when we arrived at our lounge|
The flight would comprise two legs Miami to Seattle followed by Seattle to Portland. The first aircraft was an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-800. The flight left on time and it would be a long flight of around six-seven hours. To make matters worse, there is no real inflight entertainment except for paid WiFi or paid DVD players. Nonetheless, the flight stewards were very friendly and kept us filled with softdrinks and cookies or pretzels/nuts. The flight over the entire USA continent was very scenic, although I slept for about an hour and a half. Here's some shots from the flight:
|My seat buddy, Joshua|
At Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) Airport, we had a quick lunch at Burger King and caught the subway train to Terminal C (after arriving at Terminal N). The next flight was on a Horizon Air (subsiduary or partner of Alaska Airlines) Q400 aircraft and the flight was a mere 35 minutes. Departure and arrival were as advertised and we arrived in Portland to commence another saga of trying to pick up our Rental Car. In a bid to buy some time, we visited the main Nike Factory Outlet (noting that Portland Oregon is the home of Nike) on the way to our Hotel.
|Maureen and Josh on the subway at SeaTac|
|Boarding our flight|
|I think this cap makes me look fat|
|Welcome to Portland.|