[written on The Biltmore letterhead]
10 PM Sunday
The trip was wonderful - not much variety, just flying above great oceans of cloud; but then New York was clear, and the great sea of lights was magnificent.
I read a copy of Harpers, and talked to my seat mate, who was Sol Ravitz's brother-in-law.
I have a nice big room in the Biltmore, with a double bed. Room 604 - it looks like one we had together once.
TWA made me angry, because there were five gouges on your bag when it was taken out of the plane! I complained, and they glued them down, which made me late to the hotel - I've just arrived. The Chicago - New York flight only required 2 ½ hours!
Tomorrow I'll buy some things (dress shirt + tie, which I forgot). My Paris address, Till Nov. 28, is Hotel Louvre, rue de Louvre. England (Nov. 28 - Dec.1) Royal Inst. (?) Or Roy. Soc. Washington (Dec 2 to 4) Hay-Adams. Indianapolis (Dec 6) Athletic Club.
I'm scheduled to arrive in Los Angeles (TWA flight 59 from Kansas City) at 12
midnight (1 AM daylight) Dec.7. ←8 Perhaps Peter could take the car and park it in the Biltmore Garage, say, and leave the key plus a note saying where the car is, either in the Airlines Terminal, 530 S. Grand, or the Biltmore desk. I'll ask at both places.
I love you, darling, and all the children.