Saturday, we got up early to drive to San Diego. Luck was upon us, as we didn't run into too much traffic and made good time. We parked at the hotel, and hopped on the shuttle to the San Diego Convention Center. Our badges were for Sunday only, so we could only do outside stuffs on Saturday. We walked and walked and walked. It was hot and we were tired so we ended up back at the hotel early, where the Mae (we have a tendency to put "the" in front of names in my family) (also, Mary is called Mae sometimes) promptly fell asleep. In fact, all of us were asleep by 10pm.
Sunday, we hit the road at 7am in order to get to the Hall H line bright and early. Clearly, however, not early enough. Some folks were in line at 5:00am. The Hall H line was the longest line I've ever seen, or stood in. Christina and I were interested in the Fringe Panel at 10am. Mary wanted the Merlin panel at 10:30am, and the Dr. Who panel at 12:30, but we convinced her to get in line with us and sit through Fringe. Good thing, too, as we missed Fringe altogether. Christina went for breakfast. Mary and I sat through the Supernatural panel for Dr. Who. Breaking News! I think I love Dr. Who and I've never even seen it. Maybe I just love Matt Smith. Anyway, I've Netflixed all the past episodes (recent past, not 60's past).
We walked the exhibit hall floor for a bit, Mary bought a Firefly t-shirt, and then we waited in line (short one) for a Harry Potter panel. Then, off to home, tired but happy.
|Happy girl waiting for Harry Potter panel|