The flight attendant near me on the PHL-LAS leg was a real sweetheart, a short middle-aged lady who happily chatted with everyone around her. I suspect she's from around Winston-Salem, judging by accent, but never got around to asking. Considered offering to change seats with wife of guy next to me, but since they both had middle seats, I decided I would be miserable if I switched, and stayed put for the longest (by quite a bit) of my three legs.
Also had an aisle exit row seat for the LAS-SFO leg, though again, I was in the farther back of the pair of rows, and didn't really have extra space. Before I had a chance, a tall guy grabbed the window seat in my row that had no seat in front of it. But I'm pretty sure I was asleep before we took off, a little late for our 11:59pm PDT departure, so it really wasn't an issue. Empty seat between us, so I had room. Though, when I got up to go to the lavatory, I came back and there was someone else asleep in my seat. I took a seat in the row in front, and reached over to grab my book. Weird.
Cabin crew from that last flight is also in this Marriott. They asked me if I was following them when I joined them on the shuttle bus. :-) Getting to the hotel at 2:30am wasn't ideal (especially since it felt like 5:30) but I eventually climbed in bed and slept until about 9:30. Decided not to rush downstairs for breakfast, which stops at 10. I had a granola bar, and found the coffee pot hidden in the cabinet, so I'm OK for now and will have a decent lunch somewhere. I guess I'll check out and head downtown and see if the Marriott there is ready for me yet. There's also a complimentary shuttle from this airport hotel to "downtown Burlingame." Worth checking out before I head up the peninsula?