If you are new to our Leisure eNewsletter, I travel extensively to visit our clients and projects, both in America as well as internationally. During the past few weeks I was in Reno, NV; Burbank, CA; and Chicago, IL. Within the next few weeks I will be making a trip to Beirut, Lebanon where we are working with a major shopping center mall developer on space selection and concept development for entertainment centers in two different malls. And then I will be making my 6th trip to Vietnam for our project in Da Nang City (see story in this issue). Needless to say I rack up a large number of flights, hours in airplanes and miles (125,000+) each year. Over my years of travel I have learned a number of lessons, some the hard way. I thought I’d share a few with you:
So there’s my advice to make traveling less a hassle and even half enjoyable.
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