Airlines want their most premium customers to feel very comfortable in airline lounges. They want to feel like they’re at home. But, can some passengers take that too far? Of course they can. Did they?
I’m a voracious reader. I always have been. On a daily basis, I read two newspapers, ESPN.com’s front page numerous times, dozens of blogs and whatever book I happen to have hiding in my Kindle app on my iPhone. I read fiction and non-fiction alike. A few weeks ago, I received a new book that was in the travel genre.
Halifax International Airport is a quiet airport on the eastern side of Canada. We’ve been flying there for over a decade for family vacations. Is it starting to become a connecting airport?
I love food. More specifically, I love food that’s not the healthiest. What if I went to Paris for just one day and avoided traditional Parisian food? I’d have a great story about a truly memorable day of dining with great friends.
I don’t claim to have the greatest memory in the world. Truth be told, my wife has a better memory than I do (don’t tell her!). But, every year we have a great way to remember all the family trips we’ve taken. I love seeing our kids reminisce.