Good news: I don't have to go to Global Entry to get reprinted--they only use 4 fingers for ID.
Bad news: I'm losing half my right thumb in a few weeks. Amputation is the only option for me to get healthy again.
Good news: We're still going to South Africa in 6 wks.
Good news: We're still going to Bali in October.
Bad news: I will lose a lot of mobility.
Good news: I will still be able to drink wine with my left hand.
Good news: Massages are very inexpensive
I'm intrigued by the evolution of pre-flight boarding processes at different airports in different countries over the past few year. I have long ago set aside my predispositions for a fast efficient procedure and acquiesced to local customs, traditions and bureaucracies.
I no longer stress over the follies involved in boarding a domestic flight within the U.S. I don't always avail myself of the priorities associated with upgraded class of service, frequent flier standing or credit
I took a two month backpacking trip around Europe with a buddy when I was seventeen years old. We had spent a couple of weeks in France and had taken a train south to Spain when we got stuck for several hours at the border, waiting for a train into Spain. We were talking to some Canadian backpackers who suggested that we go to Pamplona, instead of Madrid, for the Festival of San Fermin. Since the wait for that train was several hours less than for the Madrid train, we decided to go to Pamplona.
As host of the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, the world will descend upon London this summer to root on their favorite athletes. This surge in visitors will give the English capital’s luxury accommodations an opportunity to shine, but few can match the luster of the Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel.
Luxury Link’s London correspondent recently had the opportunity to visit this five-star boutique gem in trendy Belgravia, and filmed this “insider’s access” video.
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