Happily, my last few big flights have been business class (which I’ve already enthused about), but who hasn’t been in this seat at least once? See also: the Travel Annoyance-Off.
Entries Tagged as 'Quick Post'
November 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Fail 'o' the Day, Quick Post
December 31st, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Quick Post
I’m off to Texas to ring in the new year. Yee ha! Which got me thinking about this year that almost was no more. I don’t like everything in the video below, but that’s okay. I absolutely love that image of his wife standing in front of the train at one minute in. And I [...]
December 13th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Betty, Good design, Quick Post
Forgive my absence. I started a new job about four months ago, and woo-nelly, it’s been an interesting…albeit challenging ride. Lia has, as always, taken up the reigns as blogger extraordinaire. I owe her big time. I know this fantastic blog comparing Paris to New York has been flying around for a while now, but [...]
October 26th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Quick Post, The point of travel
This seemed apropos for #TravelTuesday. Read the full blog post over at Todd’s Wanderings.
September 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Quick Post
The Oatmeal can be a little too South Park for me most of the time, but this comic from yesterday, “The crap we put up with getting on and off an airplane,” made me laugh out loud. It’s a visual representation of one of our most prevalent travel fails: Other passengers.
August 27th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Quick Post, Wary of the advice of others
We hearby dedicate this entry to all the travel writers, travel-store owners, and advice hawkers who convince every traveler that they’ll barely survive their trips without a locking bag, money belt, and/or “slashproof” purse. In Paris.
August 13th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Quick Post
It’s been a TGIF kind of week, which makes this cute, funny comic series about an international red eye that much better.
June 18th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Betty, Good design, Novelty, Quick Post
Christopher Rhoads of the Wall Street Journal wrote a great story about how the infrastructure created for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece has become derelict, and a symbol of the country’s ruined economy. As Greece sifts through the wreckage wrought by its enormous public debt, which sent tremors through world finance in recent [...]
June 17th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Lia, Dutch bikes, Quick Post, Transportation bliss
We’ve had an unseasonably gray and dour June in Seattle, which is why I’m in love with this photo series from Amsterdamize called “Love Is Bike.” This one is a favorite, of two people catching a quick smooch, probably at a stop light: I’m also fond of this photo, which shows a dad clearly gleeful [...]
June 11th, 2010 · No Comments · Blog posts by Betty, Quick Post
Today, in honor of what would have been Jacques Cousteau‘s 100th birthday, I felt inclined to post some shots I’ve taken during recent travels of healthy and happy oceans. I also thought it might bring some catharsis (at least for me) after viewing all the terribly sad photos taken in the Gulf of Mexico over [...]