If your plane taxis for two hours before take-off, take photos of yourself in your seat at different angles to pass the time.
Drink white sangria – a pitcher. It helps.
Avoid at all costs wearing anything remotely resembling this:
And regardless of how you sleep at home, it is a good idea to remember to bring pajamas for travel situations where you’ll be rooming with someone other than your spouse. If not, expect the discussion to naturally progress to the topic of laser hair removal.
These clever little establishments have come up with a rouse to make you feel good about giving them senseless amounts of money for the sake of convenience. Resist temptation!
Apparently, movies are more entertaining when you spend $12.99 for them vs. the $4.99 price at home on demand for the same movie.
During a $50 binge at the mini bar, I bought a can of Pringles for $5 that had 10 chips in it, 3 $7 bottles of water (to use for our “free” coffee in the room), 1 package of cookies for $10, and trail mix for $12.
Word of warning: when someone suggests an Indian restaurant for the “experience” rather than the food…there is a good chance you will be vomiting the next day… At the airport in a garbage can, in the first class cabin after they serve an aromatic egg breakfast, in an air sickness bag next to a business man working on a deadline, and in the airplane bathroom…and sink (don’t judge me, I didn’t make it in time).
It definitely was an experience:
Take it from us – stick with an old favorite: