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8, 2001 Travel Newsletter
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AIR TRAN / DELTA / NATIONAL
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INT'L HERALD TRIBUNE
THE LURE OF THE RHINE
ST. PAUL COMPANION
WHAT'S DOING IN MOUNT DESERT
HOTEL RATES VARY
AMERICAN AND BA MAKE AN
AMERICA WEST KEEPS LOSING
AIRLINE COMPLAINTS DOWN
TIME SHARE SCAMS
PICKPOCKETS PREY ON
BEDBUGS ON THE RISE
STUDENTS CROSSING CULTURES
LOOKING TO GET OUT OF TOWN
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EUROPE BY AIR
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Greetings! I just returned from a fantastic
weekend in Seattle! We stayed at a hip hotel: The Seattle
W. This place was PHAT! What made it so great was the service,
location, amenities, and the most comfortable bed around. The only
negative was breakfast! Don't waste your time or money. Amber and I had
an American breakfast (I had ham and eggs and she had some fritata), not
only was it nasty, but it cost $35. When we finished I said "Amber
you ready to go get some breakfast now?".
WEATHER: It was supposed to rain most of the
weekend, but we got lucky! It only drizzled
for about ten minutes. Unfortunately, we weren't so fortunate with
the temperature (54-68), because it was well below normal.
AROUND TOWN: One of the first stops we made
was a short walk to the wharf,
so Amber could get some fish
and chips (When the girl is hungry watch out!). I went next
store to the ol' ice cream shop, and got this FAT hot fudge
sundae in a homemade waffle cone.
When we finished we walked a few blocks up and came
to the world famous: Pike
Street Market. Here you will find a crowd
waiting to see a customer order some fish,
so it can be tossed
across the room/counter. It's awesome to see a 20 pound fish being thrown
like a football. The quarterback (fisherman) yells "This fish needs a bag",
and then fling. The crowd cheers like they their home team just scored a
Down here you will find everything so FRESH! From the crabs
to the flowers
(They are inexpensive too).
Friday Night my cousin Nicole
(who lives there) and her husband Joe invited us for dinner at our hotel
restaurant (just a coincidence). It's called Earth
and Ocean, and the chef is supposedly top 10 in the U.S.
I don't know about top ten, but it was good. I recommend the killer mashed
Saturday I worked. But that night,
Amber and I went out to another good restaurant: Icon
Grill! The food and decor were spectacular, and the smores
for dessert.....forget about it (ummm ummm).
We capped off our evening by going to Queen Anne to see what the news people
call the money
shot (this is where Tom Brokaw and the others go to tape) to get
a great back shot of the Seattle skyline.
This was my fourth trip to Seattle and it gets better each time. Places
I still want to go but haven't had time: Safeco Field, the Space Needle,
EMP (Experience Music Project), and a ferry ride to check out some of the
When I got back to New York I had lunch with a world famous travel writer;
Tim is a very cool guy and I encourage you to sign up for his Frequent
Monday night I went home to Connecticut for dinner with my sister
(those Sunflowers are awesome aren't they?) and Dad
(I bet him five bucks he couldn't hit this bee's nest in the tree. Don't
worry nature lovers you think he could hit that? That is what I call making
NUTS: Have you ever flown to Hawaii
on United and fell in love with the mixed nuts and fruit snack? If so, you
can now buy them at the grocery store (I bought them at Ralph's in L.A.).
They're made by fisher and look like this.
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OF THE WEEK:
made you decide to be a pilot?
QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
ever gotten intimate with a passenger?
QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
you ever had a situation involving a passenger that required that the
captain leave the cockpit? If so, did the airport police become involved?
TIP OF THE WEEK:
It's important to know that in their contracts of carriage, the airlines
make no guarantees that they will get you to your destination on time, no
matter what the reason. The only time you can expect any remuneration from
an airline for not getting you to your destination on time is when you are
Your first stop in a delay should be to head to the nearest pay phone and
find out why the flight is delayed. Ask the gate agents. call the other
airlines (don't waste your money, use their 800 numbers); see if their flights
are experiencing similar delays. Look around at other gates. Are their flights
leaving on time?
OF THE WEEK: (INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE)
LOS ANGELES TIMES
NEW YORK TIMES
Business Travel Today
- Sleep in flight: Korean Air
"Premium Class" passengers can recline 180 degrees in 20-inch-wide seats
on additional flights between New York's JFK and Seoul and between Los
Angeles and Seoul. Partitions and in-flight entertainment centers are
also on board. The airline also added Premium Class Chicago-Seoul service.
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