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    flights
  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight
    fare
  • The money a passenger on public transportation has to pay
  • A range of food, esp. of a particular type
  • menu: an agenda of things to do; "they worked rapidly down the menu of reports"
  • A passenger paying to travel in a vehicle, esp. a taxicab
  • do: proceed or get along; "How is she doing in her new job?"; "How are you making out in graduate school?"; "He's come a long way"
  • eat well
    low
  • an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation; "a low moved in over night bringing sleet and snow"
  • A state of depression or low spirits
  • in a low position; near the ground; "the branches hung low"
  • less than normal in degree or intensity or amount; "low prices"; "the reservoir is low"
  • A particularly bad or difficult moment
  • A low point, level or figure
flights low fare - Ill Fares
Ill Fares the Land
Ill Fares the Land
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Angel's Flight Regrand opening 1996
Angel's Flight Regrand opening 1996
The old location from 1901 to 1969 was at 3rd & Hill. Designed by J.W. Eddy. It is known as the "world's shortest railway." It was relocated at 4th & Hill and reopened in 1996. Due to an accident that killed a passenger it is now closed , have no idea when it will reopen. UPDATE: It's been a long time coming and downtowners eagerly are awaiting the reopening of Angels Flight, the funicular railway between Hill Street in the Historic Core to the California Plaza atop Bunker Hill. In fact, people are so eager that last week the Downtown News wrote an editorial saying "it is time for local government officials to insert themselves into the process so the funicular can reopen," citing a 2001 tragedy that killed one and left the "shortest railway in the world" stagnant as they rebuilt, financed and began to get ready for a reopening, which should be soon. In response to the downtown paper, Dennis R. Luna and John H. Welborne from the Angels Flight Railway Foundation fought back and had their side of the story reprinted. The government is already "intimately involved" and there is no need to bring in the city or Mero, they say. "Angels Flight will reopen soon, but only after experts certify it is safe for the unique funicular to do so and the [California Public Utilities Commission] concurs. Involving additional non-expert elected officials or city or county agencies (including the heavy-rail and light-rail experts at Metro) is not the way to clear hurdles and speed the reopening." In fact, they say that when city hall got involved with Angels Flight in 1962, it was open for seven years, then closed until 1996 when the foundation took it over and ran it "16 hours every day, seven days every week and 365 days every year. Over 800,000 passenger trips were clocked each year, for a total of 4 million passenger trips in the five years following the 1996 reopening." And all while keeping the fare at a quarter per ride (they secured outside money, too), which they hope to keep the same when it opens this year.
DownTown L. A. (Angels Flight)
DownTown L. A. (Angels Flight)
WILL REOPEN SOON Los Angeles, CA. UP DATE : It's been a long time coming and downtowners eagerly are awaiting the reopening of Angels Flight, the funicular railway between Hill Street in the Historic Core to the California Plaza atop Bunker Hill. In fact, people are so eager that last week the Downtown News wrote an editorial saying "it is time for local government officials to insert themselves into the process so the funicular can reopen," citing a 2001 tragedy that killed one and left the "shortest railway in the world" stagnant as they rebuilt, financed and began to get ready for a reopening, which should be soon. In response to the downtown paper, Dennis R. Luna and John H. Welborne from the Angels Flight Railway Foundation fought back and had their side of the story reprinted. The government is already "intimately involved" and there is no need to bring in the city or Mero, they say. "Angels Flight will reopen soon, but only after experts certify it is safe for the unique funicular to do so and the [California Public Utilities Commission] concurs. Involving additional non-expert elected officials or city or county agencies (including the heavy-rail and light-rail experts at Metro) is not the way to clear hurdles and speed the reopening." In fact, they say that when city hall got involved with Angels Flight in 1962, it was open for seven years, then closed until 1996 when the foundation took it over and ran it "16 hours every day, seven days every week and 365 days every year. Over 800,000 passenger trips were clocked each year, for a total of 4 million passenger trips in the five years following the 1996 reopening." And all while keeping the fare at a quarter per ride (they secured outside money, too), which they hope to keep the same when it opens this year.

flights low fare
flights low fare
Unlovable (The Port Fare Series)
Author Sherry Gammon is a member of the GOODREADS Clean Romances group.

Unlovable is the debut novel for author Sherry Gammon, and is the first novel in the Port Fare Series.
Seventeen year-old Maggie Brown is truly the poster child for Heroin Chic, complete with jutting bones and dark-ringed eyes. But drugs are not Maggie's problem... her mother is.
Maggie’s struggling with her growing feelings for the new guy at school, Seth Prescott, and fears he is just another person who will let her down, like everyone in her life has done thus far.
Seth Prescott is an undercover cop assigned to Port Fare High, and despite his job, he’s developed strong feelings for Maggie.
Seth’s working tirelessly to flush out the sadistic drug peddlers that have invaded the small town of Port Fare, New York, while Maggie fights to stay alive as the search turns deadly.
Seth and Maggie’s romantic journey is one of humor, heartbreak and self-discovery as their world is about to change forever.

Author Sherry Gammon is a member of the GOODREADS Clean Romances group.

Unlovable is the debut novel for author Sherry Gammon, and is the first novel in the Port Fare Series.
Seventeen year-old Maggie Brown is truly the poster child for Heroin Chic, complete with jutting bones and dark-ringed eyes. But drugs are not Maggie's problem... her mother is.
Maggie’s struggling with her growing feelings for the new guy at school, Seth Prescott, and fears he is just another person who will let her down, like everyone in her life has done thus far.
Seth Prescott is an undercover cop assigned to Port Fare High, and despite his job, he’s developed strong feelings for Maggie.
Seth’s working tirelessly to flush out the sadistic drug peddlers that have invaded the small town of Port Fare, New York, while Maggie fights to stay alive as the search turns deadly.
Seth and Maggie’s romantic journey is one of humor, heartbreak and self-discovery as their world is about to change forever.

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