Always order the fried chicken sandwich. And the gin cocktail.
I think I could adapt well to San Francisco. If only because you don’t need a car. You can walk. And there is great transit. Everything else would be a major bonus.
Always say thank you. Always. Especially to the person who ran things. Not the people who show up.
Ever since I flew in to Portland and they had multiple stand up water bottle fountains, I judge airports by this fact. SFO you are amazing, LAX you are quite possibly the worst airport ever.
I would rather show up hours early than have any kind of rush. Airports aren’t a half bad place to spend an afternoon, people watching, cocktails, coffee, and the ability to read while not being interrupted. sign me up.
If your 4 year old is screaming/crying right in front of you and you ignore her to play on your phone, you are the worst person in the world.