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Why oh why did I try?
May 11, 2001 04:49 AM 2060 Views





I first stepped foot into the Toronto airport on my way to Edmonton. I was talking to a guy beside me, also heading to Edmonton, and he was telling me how terribly confusing it was to try and find your way around this airport. Well, let me tell you, I wasn't about to take his word for it. No, I thought I could figure it out no problem.

First I stepped out from my gate and asked the nearest person where my gate was. He stared down at my ticket, stared up at me, then back down to my ticket. Now I think I had realized that he had no clue at all before he did because after a few half sentences and a couple scratches of the head. He handed me my ticket and walked off. It was about at this time that I thought I would start walking and hopefully make some sort of sense out of the gate order. Well, this was definitely my first mistake. I walked around for about 45 minutes until I had realized that there was no sort of order at all!

Enough was enough I thought to myself, I had an hour and a half to make my flight and I still had no idea where the gate was, I was hungry, needed some reading material for the flight, and had to make a phone call. So I made my way to the first desk I saw and asked for directions. This lady seemed pretty darn sure of the directions she was giving me so I said thank-you and started on the route. Well need-less to say her directions were totally wrong and I now had one hour to find my gate.

This was when I decided to find it myself. Along the way I found a store, a restuarant and a pay phone. Okay so I now had three of the four things taken care of. Now I had to find that darn gate.

55 minutes went by and I heard an announcement that this was the last call for boarding to Edmonton. Eureka! I found the gate and I did it all by myself. That is a bit of advice, don't expect other people to know where things are in that airport. Just wander around until you hear the call.

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Toronto, Canada (YYZ) - Pearson Intl.