I didn't have my flight information when I first got there. I thought it was either American Airlines or United, so I headed to Terminal 1 (which is the terminal that those airlines leave from). AA's check-in was closed, so I checked with United first - they told me I wasn't reserved with them. I began to doubt the veracity of my memory and began to get a bit frantic, so I screwed around trying to find my flight information (which I believe was tossed by the maid staff at the hotel, BTW), and finally remembered it would be written on my embarkation pass. Having ascertained which flight it was, I then read the sign in front of American Airlines which told me it was a dual flight with JAL. The sign appeared to imply that meant I should go to Terminal 2, where the JAL flights leave from, so I took a shuttle bus (struggling with my baggage the entire way) over to #2
. I then consulted with the information desk, who told me that the dual flight I was on actually left from #1
. I then took the shuttle bus back (more struggling with my baggage), and managed to get on my flight.
When I landed in San Jose, I had to go through customs, then get on another shuttle bus for terminals to get to the appropriate terminal for my departure.
At that point, I really hated shuttle busses. And my baggage.
<tongue-in-cheek>I'm considering severing my arms right now. The pain of amputation would probably be less than the muscle strain. Unfortunately, the pain goes down into my back as well, so I would probably have to cut away something vital to get rid of all of it.</tongue-in-cheek>