So this is incredibly embarrassing, but I feel I am among friends here, so here goes.
We go to Europe once or twice a year, but always fly directly to whatever country we're going to visit. Next week, we're going to London and taking Icelandair via Reykjavík-Keflavík. On the way home, we have a 17-hour layover in Iceland.
We fly out of London at 8:35pm on Saturday December 7th.
We get into Iceland a bit before midnight on Saturday December 7th.
The next day, December 8th, we fly out of Reykjavík at 4:55pm and get into Seattle at 4:40pm.
What I want to know is - is that 4:40pm on the 8th, or on the 9th?
Travelocity tells me we leave Reykjavík the afternoon of December 8th, and do not get back to Seattle until the afternoon of December 9th! That's impossible, right? It's an 8-hour flight, give or take, and Seattle is 8 hours earlier than Iceland, yes?
The thing is, I failed every math class I ever took, and my brain starts to hurt when I try and figure stuff like this out. And I need to tell our ride the correct day to pick us up from SeaTac. When Travelocity told me it was the 9th, I knew I needed to get right on the Rick Steves board and out myself as a math nitwit.
Please advise - thank you all!!!!!!!