Carmel, California


The best thing, by far, about being a flight attendant, besides all the cool people you get to work with and all the interesting passengers you meet, is being able to travel anywhere in the world (as long as there’s an airport) at a moments notice on your day off – for free! Well…that is as long as there’s an open seat on the airplane. So when the husband had to go to Carmel, California for work two weeks ago, I jumped on the computer, logged onto the airline website, and pulled up the passenger loads.

Oh. My. Goodness. I couldn’t believe my eyes! The flight to Carmel was open. As in wide open! Which was kind of weird, because the flights these days are never open. Immediately my fingers began clicking the keyboard as fast as they could type, checking the passenger loads on the return flight back to Los Angeles. Unbelievable. The flight home was also open. Not wide open, no, but there were seats available, and more than two of them. Two seats, that’s all I needed.

I yelled out, “We’re going with you!” We, being, the kid and I.

That’s when I realized I hadn’t been back to Carmel since my son was born, a little over two years ago! What a shame, considering Carmel is one of my favorite places to go for a quick weekend getaway. What’s so great about Carmel? Everything!

To read more about the best thing about being a flight attendant, go to Galley Gossip

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  1. I love the http://www.gadling.com/galley-gossip posting. You’re my hero for playing hockey, I mean hookey, to go to Carmel for the day! I am quite fond of the place. For your next hockey game, you should take the tyke to Santa Barbara or Catalina while the weather’s still warm (or, maybe Mama needs a trip to Cabazon). Yup, I’m trying to live vicariously because I’ll be chained to work for awhile. Cheers.

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