Reserved Seating Not Needed Here
Our most recent taking in a movie, at our local cinema house, exposed a new wrinkle in the ticket buying experience. Notwithstanding that my spouse and I were attending a less than half-filled show in the afternoon, we had to select our seats in advance, like choosing concert or airline tickets on a laptop screen.
Apparently, this has become de rigueur at least at some local screens in the last month or so. One would have thought some warning or notification, if only for public relations sake, would have been justified. (more…)
Where Can I Get a GPS Tattoo?
We have become party to a panoply of leisure travel destinations, embellished by baby boomers entering the retirement lifestyle mode in ever-greater numbers. With this comes the need to satisfy an ever-widening array of interests or concerns, while communicating with a range of cultures.
There is an abundance of information in both printed and on-line forms, not to mention anecdotal tips one may encounter. Books in full size to pocket size offer flexibility and quick access for travelers on the move, who do not want to be dependent on connecting devices. (Of course, many younger trip takers prefer the latter.) (more…)
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