Immigration and the rental car

We landed about 30m early but this time saving was soon swalled up by the immigration process that I’m sure took significantly longer than the last time we were here. I guess it’s partly to do with the US-VISIT process. This basically involves digitally taking fingerprints of both index fingers and a digital photo for all incoming non-US citizens.

Having picked up the rental car (a Ford Explorer), we drove off to the Drury Inn nearby.


The room is really nice; there’s a main part which has a desk and a network cable (free broadband!), a large sofa and a TV. Through a door, there are 2 double beds and another TV. Of course, there’s also the normal bathroom, wardrobe, fridge and coffee maker.