Lobby Bar – November 2: Getting the Sandy Out, Lost in Space, and Holding Up Traffic

By Dan Collins on 2 November 2012
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The Lobby Bar – A Weekly Summary of Frequent Business Traveler News and Views

Thought November only meant holiday travel misery? Think again. Jesse Sokolow shares some great travel trivia in November’s Great Moments in Travel History.

Seasonal depression got you down? It’s a lot lighter in Central America. Henry Feintuch checks out the Trump Ocean Club in Panama City, Panama.

The Apples stayed out in the sun a little too long. In the time it took Dan Collins to figure out the 3M MP220 mobile projector, Apple decontented its products, and his Mac’s display failed enough times to make him actually appreciate this Droid-based projector.

Getting the sand out of the Big Apple. New York is slowly regaining traction after being assaulted by an unwelcome and rather impolite tourist named Sandy. 29 million rats are estimated to have been flushed out of Manhattan’s depths.

Danger, Will Robinson, Danger… The 2013 Nissan Pathfinder warns its drivers of winter storms 20 miles from the beach, and amuses us with its off-road capabilities.

Sorry about that, y’all. Christian Stampfer joins the state of Ohio in impeding traffic for South Carolina drivers by driving the speed limit on the road to Charleston. An internal investigation is ongoing.

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