There are definitely worse things in the world than having to come to Paris to meet with business clients and train a new lawyer… and then eat dinner in a glamorous restaurant in the banks of the Seine (complete with a lemon tarte — that’s for you, Dibber!)
Springtime finally got to London! The past few days have been absolutely gorgeous. There’s something about warm air, late light, and green living things that makes the heart glad. And even if you mostly see it from inside the office, at least the window are large and the views of the sunset unmatched.
A week of business meetings was the reason for the trip, but outside of work is where all the real action was. I toured Amazon’s famous newly opened spheres; visited not one but two of my favorite nurseries to restock plants at the house; won an “Iron Chef” style competition by simply deep frying everything […]
Seriously. Orange screens again. They offered to put me on the next LuxAir flight, but I don’t trust it to go. So I’ve changed airlines and airports (British Airways to Heathrow) in hopes of actually getting out (at least I know they succeeded yesterday). One potential upside? Justin will land at Heathrow an hour before […]
So. Guess what I see after twelve hours of waiting in the airport for the next flight to London: Deja vu! A quick scramble, momentary hope for a flight on another airline to a different London airport, then bad news, a voucher for a night’s stay at the Ibis, a brief fight with a taxi […]
6:45am flight delayed, then cancelled, due to weather in London. Next available flight? Twelve hours later. I’m debating whether I just work from the airport or go in to the office. Either way the thought of a full day’s work on 3 hours of sleep is daunting. So I’m starting with an early-morning “lunch” with […]
It’s a good thing I went to the Christmas market last night — tonight was dedicated to good food and good company at Trattoria Il Riccio, which according to the Italian guy who organized the dinner is the best Italian restaurant in town. Except for the crazy Italian waiter who merrily inserted himself in the […]