Barnett on Business Travel for 1993
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT CHRIS
Chris Barnett writes about business-travel tactics and strategies that save time and money and help minimize hassles. He is based in San Francisco and has written for a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. Chris was a contributing editor of Frequent Flyer when JoeSentMe.com founder Joe Brancatelli was the magazine's executive editor. He was the first columnist Joe approached to join JoeSentMe. Chris' column, syndicated for decades in newspapers around the country, has appeared exclusively at JoeSentMe since 2012.


November 28: KEEPING CONCORDE AT THE FRONT OF THE PACK
At 1,350 mph, the supersonic Concorde is the ultimate thrill ride, and now the "First Lady of the Skies" is courting new passengers with new conveniences, comforts and even a few bargain fares.

April 13: ROOM SERVICE? MAKE IT FAST, PLEASE
If there were a room service event in the Olympic Games, Hotel Macklowe in New York City would win a gold medal in the bagel-and-blow-dryer race. On a recent visit, the order was placed -- toasted bagel, pot of coffee, glass of OJ -- and a 40-minute wait was quoted. Thirteen minutes later, a waiter arrived with a smile and a tray.

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