Sunday started my travels to flock 2016. First up, a flight from Denver to Munich. 10 hours in the air, but at least fewer hops. Things started out on a troubling note as the flight was already delayed ~20min before I even left for the airport, which would cut my time between flights in Munich to just ~45min.

However, by the time I got to the plane and through security (just ~20min), things were actually back on time.

The flight was long, but uneventful. Luftansa sure does a good job. My flight in Munch to Krakow changed gates, but they texted me and I got it as soon as I landed. A bit of a walk to the new gate, but ran into Luke Macken and Mike Mclean there and once we arrived in Krakow, we also met Peter Robinson and shared a short cab right to the hotel.

The hotel seems quite nice… it’s in a quiet area and the desk folks seem nice. After checking in, I decided it would be best to stay awake and go to bed later tonight at a reasonable hour for this timezone. My Roomate showed up in an hour or two and then we went and worked on polishing up our talk we are co-presenting tomorrow. Then it was off to a quick walk to the nearby mall to have some Shwarma.

Now it’s time to get some sleep. Looking forward to flock keynote tomorrow at 9am.