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WHERE'S JOHNNY JET?                             Connecticut to JFK to LAX

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Howdy! Last week we arrived in Connecticut, after a flight from London (hereís the link to the archives). This week we travel back home to California (the man needs a new pair of underwear once in a while!). The highlight is my whole family showing up for the screening of my pilot travel TV show, which takes place at Sony Pictures. What a special treat to have so much love and support from friends and family. While in California we check out the Hollywood Bowl, Medieval Times, and tour an exclusive ranch in Santa Barbara before heading back overseas. If you want to come on this wonderful trip, then saddle up Ė weíre off to Godís Country.

Last week I wrote about my not so pleasant trip from JFK to Connecticut using Prime Time Shuttle. For the ride back I took my own advice, and found an alternative mode of transportation. It wasnít easy, but it was quicker by a few minutes. I began with an hour train ride from Westport, CT to Grand Central Terminal (GCT), using the Metro-North commuter line ($11.50 for off peak). Then I took the 6 Subway uptown ($2) one stop to 51st Street (a subway station is located in GCT). I walked underground two blocks to 53rd street to the E line (a free transfer). I took the E thirty minutes to the plush, newly remodeled Jamaica Station. Once there, I didnít even need to go outside Ė it was just a 100-yard walk to an elevator to the AirTrain ($5). The 10-minute AirTrain connects to all the terminals at JFK, and the rental car lot. So I had to ride five trains and lug two bags around -- but I still beat my two-hour trip on Prime Time Shuttle by a few minutes. The best parts: I saved $45, and face!

I flew United (without my toiletries) back to L.A. on their ps service. That meant I had five extra inches of legroom, and an electrical outlet in coach. All economy seats on this route are designed that way Ė thatís why United charges so much more than competitors between JFK and LAX or SFO. Economy in ps service no longer includes a free meal service, so itís Buy On Board. There are good choices of sandwiches, salads and snack boxes for $5. For more info, click on

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