This morning will be full of “firsts” for Customers and Crewmembers alike. When I was making my way to T5 this morning – it put a smile on my face to answer the taxi cab driver’s question of “Where to?” with a “T5, please.” A request this cab driver probably hasn’t heard since 2001 when this was a common destination for people flying out of JFK. When pulling up to T5 I could already see that the terminal was already bustling with Crewmembers and Customers. Luckily, I was able to capture some photos of the first Customers to check in and get through security.
The game show where some people win, some people lose, but no one is really winning anything any way. And H2O-my gosh – these contestants are fish out of water!
Manhattan has a reputation for being an expensive place to visit, but locals know you don’t have to spend a fortune to eat really (really, really) well. These inexpensive eats will satisfy your taste buds and still leave enough dough in your wallet to seek out everything the city has to offer.
Santa Clara, Cuba exudes a youthful, creative vibe, but the opposite can be said of the local cuisine. Here, visiting students, journalists and volunteers can enjoy very traditional Cuban fare while brushing up on local history.