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Finnair and British Airways Business Class flights home from Singapore

Finnair and British Airways Business Class flights home from Singapore

In this day of the Jet age, it’s amazing how you can go from one part of the world to another, literally overnight, or with our routing a couple days.  After a wonderful and quick trip to Singapore, we reversed…

Welcome to Calgary!

Welcome to Calgary!

After a busy work week in frigid Wisconsin, I flew up to Calgary, Canada, to meet up with Steve (DOS) and start our 10 day trip around the world to Singapore.  DOS got in Thursday afternoon from Sarasota (via Dallas)…

American Flight 191 Memorial site

American Flight 191 Memorial site

I’m in Chicago this week on business, staying at the Hyatt in Rosement, which is close to O’Hare International Airport.  So close in fact, planes roar right over the hotel, and you can see them lining up for landing in…

Open a new window . . . new blinds at home!

Open a new window . . . new blinds at home!

I loved the old movie ‘Auntie Mame’!  The 1950’s (original) version starred Rosalyn Russel in the black-and-white (non-musical) version.  Auntie Mame was hilarious, and in my opinion better than the later remake version with Lucille Ball (her last picture).  But…

Springtime in San Diego

Springtime in San Diego

My first day back at work after the car accident a week ago, was an all day trip to San Diego on Monday morning.  Steve (DOS) and I stayed at the Hyatt Regency Orlando Airport on Sunday night, and as…

Sunrise in Albuquerque

Sunrise in Albuquerque

In my last post I was blogging about our trip to Santa Barbara, and touring around the wineries there. I still have a couple more wineries to post about, but meanwhile I’ve headed back home to Orlando, and this week I…

Last Business trip of 2016

Last Business trip of 2016

Oh the joy of travel delays! What started off as a good business trip (and the last one for work this year), was tarnished by a lengthy delay in DFW Airport. I’m writing this from the plane, where I’ve been…