The slight wary sense he had from coming to the tower at someone else’s behest left him when he saw Thor was truly alone. The gods enthusiasm and general warmth contributed to it a great deal. “A fair. That does not sound like a terrible trial.” He tilted his head to the side to think of what it could be like from Thor’s description before his hand was grasped. The familiar gesture caused him to smirk. The likelihood of Thor getting himself into any amount of real trouble when surrounded by mortals was much smaller then if they were to venture off on there own.
“No need to bother with transportation. I am more than capable of taking us there if you simple tell me where we shall be going.” He could almost see the veins in the thunderer’s forehead jump with anticipation and his free hand grasped his shoulder. The excitement rolling off him was a bit infectious, but Loki simple smiled. “Be calm brother. It would be a shame to slosh through an accidental storm at this fair of yours. Wouldn’t be quite the type of adventure we’re looking forward too.”
“Aye,” Thor laughed a bit and pulled a slightly sheepish face, “You are right, I am sorry. I mere became caught up in the idea, forgive me.” Within moments the raging winds calmed down his back straightened with a faint clearing of his throat. Turning, he went towards the counter and picked up his phone. “Syracuse,” He chimed, “That is where the fair will be!” Turning back towards Loki, he grinned and returned to his brother’s side.
“I have brought money with us so that we do not need to trick our way into everything…I am surprised that Tony is still allowing me to use this card, I feel as if I have spent much more than he anticipated.” Laughing, he just shook his head and settled in to Loki as his hand returned.
“I am ready when you are.”