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LERNER: The problem is we have to prepare a good alternative, because if it's not a good alternative, the people, they won't change -- at least in their daily itenary.
Imagine flying from Paris to New York in four hours and 14 minutes or making it to Asia from the US East Coast in a mere nine-and-a-half hours flight, making your business activities more swift and help you pack a more extensive itenary.
As the tenacious, according to the story, recession leaves more Americans without jobs or working for employers who can no longer afford to provide coverage, adding a medical procedure to the vacation itenary looks increasingly more attractive.
Can someone pls suggest a good 15-16 day itenary for France, Spain and Porugal?
shattering the looking glass ... itenary ... is that spelled right?