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How To Turn Red Eye Noise Into Peaceful Snoozing PDF Print E-mail

Q: I fly frequently on business, and because most of my meetings happen before noon, red eye is how I go. I can snooze on the flight, and don’t have to pay out $300 for a hotel room I’d only use for a couple of hours. I can then get a same-evening flight home.

My problem on red eye flights is that too often my seatmates or nearby passengers have young kids with them. Of course, the parents have the right to fly at any time, but it seems the kids always cry, jump and make noise while other passengers are trying to sleep.

Worse, whenever I ask the parents to keep the kids quiet, I get lame apologies or or anger. My question is: Should airlines ban small children from red eye flights?

Tom J., Los Angeles CA

London: Dine & Listen in Creepy Church Crypt PDF Print E-mail

St. Martin-in-the-Fields Anglican Church next to Trafalgar Square in England’s capital city is a great place to visit. The quiet atmosphere can provide moments of contemplation, and the artifacts and architecture in the 17th Century structure are impressive.

For centuries, deceased parishioners have been laid to rest in the crypt below the church floor. However, their rest is accompanied these days by the sounds of music and people enjoying healthy meals in the Cafe in the Crypt.

The bustling underground restaurant is busy every day, starting off with prayers, then breakfast and lunch. This is followed by dinners accompanied by live performers of music ranging from jazz to hymnal. Each day ends with another prayer.

The Cafe in the Crypt serves typical English fare, including fish and chips every Friday and Sunday roast beef dinners. For more information, go to stmartin-in-the-fields.org


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Holland America Line PDF Print E-mail

About Holland America Line [a division of Carnival Corporation and plc (NYSE: CCL and CUK)]
Holland America Line's fleet of 14 ships offers nearly 500 cruises to 320 ports in more than 100 countries, territories or dependencies.

Airport Tips: Watch your bags at all times! PDF Print E-mail

Cartoon of people with suitcases

A Phoenix man and woman were arrested recently for stealing at least a thousand checked suitcases from the baggage carousels in the city airport during the past year. How could that happen? Imagine the conversation between an airport cop and his boss last June:

Cop: Duh, chief, didja know that more than 500 checked bags have been stolen from our carousels since January. Shouldn’t we do sumpin’ about it?

Chief: Only 500? Nah, not to worry. We wait ‘til them crooks take at least a thousand. Then we gotta think about doin’ sumpin.

Those airport security guys are great at checking shoes and waving electronic wands. But, how could they ignore this obvious in-their-faces crime spree? They never caught on, and it took city cops to catch the crooks in action, then follow them and find their house full of hundreds of empty suitcases.


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