I freaking hate Logan Airport.
So I'm a little early (15-30 minutes) to pick up Robin, and I put my car in the section marked "Pick up and Drop off of Passengers only!" I'm there with a small group of other cars waiting to pick people up from Terminal B. This place is a bit of an exile, between between the two halves of terminal B. It has no covering (and it's raining, of course) and pretty no one would want to be there unless you were waiting for someone. So I pull out a book and start reading. Next thing I know, some jackass has some siren blaring (this is Boston, I don't even look up) eventually though, there's a horn behind me and I do look up. Said jackass is a MassTransit cop and his purpose, apparently, is to chase away people so they can't pick up passengers. Freaking brilliant. I'm clearly IN the car. There's a zero chance of me hanging around to blow something up, when if I'd wanted to be a bomber, I'd be a bomber IN the freaking terminal, or failing that, at least in front of the terminal instead off to the side, where the best I could do is blow up part of a road with 4 cars on it and a bit of barrier.
Anyway, of course their purpose is to scary you into paying their damn exorbitant parking fees, and I wasn't going to, but then I thought, you know, if I did, I could go inside and meet her when she gets to baggage, and that would be okay too. Although I still I freaking hate Logan.
So anyway, I did get Robin, and we went out and did some shopping before going to Shalom
For dinner we got lo mein, which turns out to be the dish I disliked least, and ma pu tofu, which was really too salty for me to enjoy. I didn't actually try the lemon chicken, so maybe that was better, but it certainly wasn't what we expected, being fried chicken pieces. I know lemon chicken is a bit of a crap shoot anyway, where some places fry it and some don't, but SH used to not fry it, iirc, and now they do, so that was an unexpected surprise.
When the waitress brought out the food, she served us fried rice instead of the lo mein we'd ordered and, of course, she was annoyed that we told her that, and that we asked for fresh plates for dinner.
Robin said she enjoyed it, and I hope she did, but I certainly didn't. I was very upset. I may have to try that other vile Chinese place again.