And, yes, I make sure that I don't exceed the number of bags allowed. So, no--I don't hog the space and I don't have any problem with putting luggage under the seat in front of me if necessary. That said, there are people who abuse the rules and I applaud any airline that takes action.
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I wondered about 3 too. I can't imagine showing up in a city without at least the first night's room reserved, no matter how light my baggage. Even without any luggage at all, I wouldn't want to be wandering around looking at rooms, checking out prices, etc. You'd have to allow extra vacation time for that!
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There are now shelves and shelves of guidebooks. I have always felt that the less you spend, the more you enjoy. The moment you put yourself in a first-class hotel you become walled-off from life, in a world devoted to creature comforts. High-end hotels offer the imaginary experience of living like an aristocrat. Big rooms and amenities are all sheer nonsense.
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Go to a guesthouse. It was so cold I felt like I was living in a refrigerator, and there were no decent lights. I will never visit Burma [Myanmar] or Libya, for instance. But I am all in favor of traveling to Cuba. Our embargo is farcical. At any rate, it should be a personal decision. China is an indispensable place to go. You have to see the explosion that is taking place there, the incredible things the Chinese are creating for themselves.
And while the work of those two men has been eclipsed by others, as well as by changing times and fashions, Frommer remains a powerful, and indefatigable, force in his field. Pauline Frommer started traveling before she could speak, seeing the world at a young age with her guidebook-writing parents, Arthur Frommer and Hope Arthur.
For the past three years, Pauline has hosted a nationally syndicated radio show on travel, now heard on more than stations.