The Wall Street Journal – January 10, 2019

Hotels have gotten creative and fattening your bill while offering week perks in return.

If there’s squint to it,

Better look into it.


Dow Jones Newswires – August 29, 2018

Here are the No. 1 and No. 2 problems for many on airlines these days: shrunken bathrooms — especially in coach. As more planes get fitted with slim lavatories, more passengers are complaining they don’t fit. Twisting and turning is difficult for some. Washing up in a minuscule sink occasionally ends in splashed clothes.

“Let’s make a deal,” before the chance is gone.

We’ll trade in your peanuts for a bigger john.


The New York Times – October 27, 2016

Passengers can get rude or even violent on a cramped flight, and the number of incidents of unruly fliers is climbing globally.

The seats are thin. Your knees touch your chin.
Fares “out of sight.” Feeling uptight?


The New York times – October 21,  2017

The Room-Service Revolution: How Hotels Are Upping Their Game
In-room dining was a dying art. But the rise of celeb-chefs in hotel restaurants and food-delivery services are giving guests innovative new ways to combine gluttony and privacy.

You get a “room with a view”

And bouillabaisse too.


The Wall Street Journal – June 15, 2017

The space between seats on US commercial flights have never been tighter, do some carriers are resisting taking more legroom away.

Seats are thin. Your knees touch your chin.
Fares “out of sight.” Enjoy your flight.