A lot of my friends say they like to live vicariously through my travels. That’s a pretty cool thing to hear but even cooler is when I get to live vicariously through someone else’s travels. I’m doing that right now.
I’m never shocked when I hear about people doing stupid things. I mean, I live in Florida. People doing stupid things happens pretty much on a daily basis down here. There are some things that I look at and think, “How many people were doing this that they had to make a sign telling them not to do it?”
A couple of days ago, it was reported in several news sources that a family was suing Universal Studios Orlando because their warning signage was only in English.
Here are the details of the story and what I think about it all:
Sometimes I’ll Google something just for fun. My name (to see what mischief I’ve been up to now). A T.V. show I watched when I was a little kid, or someone in it as a, “whatever happened to?” sort of quest. And last week, just for the heck of it, I Googled “airport pickup signs.” Some of them were REALLY great so I felt like I just had to share! Here’s a mixture of clever, funny and heartwarming…enjoy!
Another week, another weekend! Here’s a quick review of what we posted this week:
Joe wrote about:
- What to do when your Uber charge is higher than expected.
- His review of the Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Piñon Pointe, in Sedona, AZ.
- How we got a last-minute upgrade on our Delta flight.
- Where you’ll probably stay with your Marriott free night certificate.
- Wondering what the big deal was with metal credit cards.
Sharon wrote about:
- The contest co-sponsored by LEGO and Airbnb where you can win a trip to the LEGO House in Denmark.
- Some of the most awesome airport pickup signs ever.
- Southwest Airlines’ plan to start service to Hawaii in 2018.
- Her newly-found 2005 video footage of Nara Dreamland, a Disneyland-knockoff theme park in Japan.
- Their visit to Grand Canyon Caverns.
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