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Greetings from the East Coast. This week has been crazy busy. First of all I learned HTML (thanks to Daniel). Be sure to checkout the PORTAL because it is being updated all the time! There are all sorts of new links from listening to air traffic control to airline partners, we even have a new virtual community.
My Itinerary this week was LAX-ORD-STL-ORD-LGA. First stop was to pick up Amber in Chicago, then we flew to St. Louis for my buddy Peirson's wedding. This was my first trip there, and I have to tell you~ it was a great time. The first night we (I spent the weekend with some of my child hood friends, Tim & Jen Hartog and Jason & Josie (soon to be) Diamandis) made it to a Cardinal's game. I hate to admit it (I'm a die hard Yankee fan) but these guys are probably the best fans around. I mean 9 out of 10 people were wearing red Cardinal jersey's (what are they nuts?). After the game we went to Union Station which is a pretty neat place in itself. It has a lot of restaurants, stores, and was close to our hotel: the Dreary Inn, I mean the Drury Inn.
The main attraction in St. Louis as we all know is the Arch (historical and architectural overview.) I didn't realize how big it is, it's 630 feet (the Statue of Liberty is 305, and the Eiffel Tower is 984 ft). I also did not realize you can go up it. For $7, you can take a capsule up either side, that's right a capsule. If your claustrophobic don't even think about it. It's 4 feet high, fits 5 people, has no windows, and your are connected to 7 other capsules. I am a bit claustrophobic and a tad afraid of heights, but I decided to take one for the team, and go up it. I am so glad I did, because to my surprise it really wasn't that bad. The tram takes four minutes to get up to the top, and the views from up there are spectacular.
Sunday was a marathon day for me. I was up at 6:15, and took another "train to the plane". St. Louis also has a train stopping at the airport (I'm a huge fan of these time and money savers), what a deal $1.25, instead of a $40 taxi. Took a 45 minute flight to Chicago, and planned on staying for a few days. The weather was absolutely gorgeous, it felt like summer with the temperature hovering above 80 degrees. Everybody was running, walking, or laying out on the lake, and we were no different. Unfortunately, I didn't stay very long, because at 7:30 I got a phone call informing me my Mom was in the hospital with a high fever. Within 90 minutes, I was on the last flight out to NY. Thank God My Mom is doing better, but she will be in the hospital for a while and so will I.
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According to the latest United Nations count, there are 188 countries in the world. But then, if you really want to be boastful, you can go by the Travelers' Century Club, which lists 313.
The TCC, established in Los Angeles in 1954, bills itself as a social organization whose members must have visited 100 or more "countries" in the world. What boosts the TCC country count is the fact that it includes Alaska, Hawaii, the San Blas Islands of Panama and the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, among many other places, as separate entities. Among the approved "countries" in the Pacific Ocean that will send you scurrying to an atlas are Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, Tokelau Islands and Nauru.
Travelers interested in joining can write to the TCC at P.O. Box 7050,
Santa Monica, CA 90406, or phone 310-939-7419. Or they can find the TCC's
country list on its Web site at www.travelerscenturyclub.org. The club's
initiation fee is $100, and annual dues are $25.
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