When we went to San Diego, we booked our entire trip through Expedia. It is the second time I’ve booked through them (I booked our NYC trip in January through them) and we found that since we needed flights, a rental car and a hotel for this trip, it was much easier to book it all in one place. I’ve been very happy with both trips that I booked through them and will definitely use them again.
Anyway, when we booked the trip and selected our flights, we were given the option to select our seats right then and there. Since I wanted to make sure I sat with both boys and Chris was on the aisle across from us, I chose to select my seats instead of leaving it to chance.
Other than some delays, we flew American Airlines to California and there were no other issues. But on the way home, that’s a different story.
Here are the three boys on their way into San Diego International on the day we left:
So, on our way home, we flew United Airlines and when we arrived at the airport in San Diego, we checked in at kiosk like we were told and proceeded through security to our gate. I’m not sure what made him look at the tickets, but about 30 minutes before our flight was scheduled to leave, Chris told me we had a problem. My heart sank.