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Traveling to Italy from the us

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Switzerland-France land border control

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United ticketed flight to HNL, layover, Hawaiian flight LIH, 1st class benefits?

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Average week of Domestic travel

Average week of Domestic travel

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Lucky

    I’m a reader of your blog. I greatly enjoy your trip reports of the best and most exotic international premium cabins, but what are you doing when you’re not globetrotting? Like what would an average week in the States entail? Because you “live” in hotels, what cities do you primarily stay in? Do you stick to the NYs and LAs or do you go to smaller cities as well, such as your hometown Tampa? How often do you switch hotels, or switch cities? How do your domestic travels compare to when you are going internationally? Is it still mostly American Airlines or are Delta/United/LCCs also in your travel portfolio? Because we often hear about your adventures on international carriers but we don’t really hear much about the domestic flights and hotels that you use.

    Thanks!
    Austin

  2. David W

    Domestic flights are quite boring, even in first class – there’s not much to report. The most exciting thing is probably when there are new menus or if an international aircraft is being used on a domestic route.

  3. rickyw

    Austin, if you read Lucky’s weekly review posts that typically show up on Saturdays or Sundays, he’ll usually tell the audience what he’s been up to that week… whether it’s exciting or not!

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