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Jun 3rd 2009 10:34AM It depends on where you live in the U.S. Here in Washington, D.C., most people execute this well on the Metro escalators and other escalators in the city. Tourists are bad to not follow this simply for lack of familiarity. In the suburbs people tend to be much more relaxed and casual and therefore stand on the left.
It tends to be more of an urban vs. suburban thing, I think, especially in the Northeast.
Mar 27th 2009 3:54PM I've been to Burger Joint before; it's great.
My best friend in New York lives across the street from Crif Dogs. He loves it.
Nothing stays secret forever. Just like The Gibson speakeasy here in DC. But it's still a cool concept.
Dec 3rd 2008 9:42AM 1. Ayers Rock
2. Our Dumb World
3. Australia, Madagascar
4. World Hum
9. California Highway 1/Pacific Coast Highway
Nov 19th 2008 4:03PM I'm curious to see where they fly ... my money is on MDW and BWI ... but with only seven r/t's maybe they'll focus just on one city?
Oct 27th 2008 3:22PM I got upgraded to the Signature late last year and thorougly enjoyed it. My suite was just as you described it, and it had a killer view of the Strip.
However, being in Vegas for one night for a business trip by myself, the room seemed like such a waste. I would have rather had the upgrade when I was there for pleasure so I could impress my friends. Oh well, beggars can't be choosers!
Jul 17th 2008 9:42AM I've eaten at that Jack's ... it's pretty good if you are in downtown Nashville and have a hankering for some 'cue ...
Jul 16th 2008 2:11PM Well, it only took until comment #4 for someone to bring out some bleating old stereotype about the South.
I'm a S.C. native, gay, and I am as South Carolinian as anyone out there. I'm out to my extended family - many of whom are quite conservative in their beliefs - yet they still love and accept me. I love my home state, and there are some wonderful people and places there. I hope to retire to the shores of Charleston years from now.
It breaks my heart and pisses me off when I read/hear conservative politicians bleat on about gay people and how all the world's ills can be blamed on them. Yes, there are plenty in S.C., and lord knows they are vocal, but I've found that no matter where you go in this world, you can find people who love the gays and those that hate the gays.
Folks, let's calm it down on both sides. There's no reason to be disrespectful while we're posting comments.
Jun 3rd 2008 10:15AM lord knows i am on UA enough to use them (but am not yet a 1K elite), so count me in!
Apr 3rd 2008 10:56AM Your entry reminded me of my trip to Waiheke Island, New Zealand, in the harbor just outside of downtown Auckland. Waiheke reminded me of a cross between a Carolina barrier island (warm weather, palmetto trees, and sandy dirt) and a New England fishing village (slightly hilly with a quaint downtown). You can walk if you're ambitious (like me), or cars/mopeds are available to rent. There's a bus, too, if you have the patience to wait for a bus that comes every 30 minutes.
Anyway, it was a great break from the "bustle" of Auckland.
Dec 5th 2007 10:50AM how about the golden triangle where the mekong and ruak rivers merge in laos/myanmar/thailand?