Lobby Bar – May 24: Buffalo Springfield, Clam Chowder, Bronze Status, and Tenacious Postal Workers
The Lobby Bar – A Weekly Summary of Frequent Business Traveler News and Views
Soap substitution. Jonathan Spira stays at the Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich. While the hotel offered a fine marble bathroom, Jonathan chose to bathe in the color and light of the magnificent glass ceiling. Unfortunately, this isn’t an effective method of neutralizing odor.
Hotelception. Dan Collins checks into the Ritz-Carlton in Laguna Niguel, and discovers a hotel within a hotel. We’re wondering how many levels there are and if time moves more slowly as one goes in deeper.
Your lips are moving but I can’t hear what you’re saying. Jeremy Del Nero puts on the noise canceling headphones by Tumi. Sadly, he couldn’t hear the ice cream truck passing through and suffered a sugar imbalance the rest of the day.
Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail shall keep Dan Collins from his appointed roads. Mr. Collins test drives the 2013 Lexus RX 350 F-Sport. He may not be affiliated with the post office, but he certainly delivers.
Back on track. Amtrak has restored service in the Northeast corridor following a derailment on May 13. Finally I can go back to Boston; that week without clam chowdah was rough.
I’m sorry, there are no results for the dates you’ve selected. Let us know how content you are with your frequent flyer programs in our award redemption satisfaction survey. Don’t settle for anything less than Diamond status; bronze status is for those people behind the curtain who may or may not exist.
But what if we run out of aircraft? First United ordered 30, and then 40 more of the Embraer 175. Then Aeromexico said they want some too but there were only three left.
Stop, hey, what’s that sound? Everybody look: BMW unveiled the 2014 535d Sedan and a redesigned 5 series. The sound is just our teeth chattering from excitement, by the way.
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