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Travel and Leisure / Come Fly with Me...
« on: July 13, 2009, 09:40:42 PM »
...lets fly lets fly away
...If you can use, some exotic booze, there’s a bar in far (Bombay) “Dubai”

So I’m dreaming of a trip to Dubai to go and see what all the fuss is about and decided to plan out a little vacation on paper. Obviously one would wish to do this in style so me thinks first class all the way is the only way to travel. That said Emirates Airlines have these neat little private suites and to quote their website: “(are) fully equipped with individual storage, a coat closet, vanity desk and personal mini bar. The extra-large seat reclines to become a fully flat bed, and the 23″ wide-screen LCD screen features over 600 channels of ice(?) entertainment.
I wonder if they provide neck rubs during the in-flight movies. Sounds like the airline for me.
So after the very restful flight it would only seem appropriate to stay in equally luxurious accommodation. Maybe that hotel that looks like a sail would suffice, The Burj al Arab. If I was going to travel that distance it would only make sense to stay in the royal suite. Wouldn’t want to slum it, not after that nice flight there!
Intrigued at the thought of staying at the worlds only 7-star hotel and arriving there via an aircraft suite that resembles a flying George V Hotel dans Paris I decided to price it out.
So, my flight leaves LAX on the 21st August arriving in Dubai on the 22nd. Five nights in the Royal Suite at the The Burj al Arab before returning in my private suite aboard Emirate Airlines flight EK215 back to Los Angeles.
The price? A mere snip at $159’497.12. (The hotel was $140,000 in case you were wondering.) The good news is that at $19,497.12 Emirates Airlines do not charge you for the earphones.
So as Frank Sinatra suggests “Come Fly with me” indeed but make sure you bring your American Express Centurion card.

Crossposted at my blog

Introductions / Hello.
« on: July 07, 2009, 10:29:11 PM »
Hello my name is James Craig and it's good to be here. :)

Look forward to geting to know you, getting to know all about you. :)

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