September 21, 2018

Traveling In Style


A few months ago, I made a decision I was overdue for a proper vacation.  The last time I had been away for any length of time was five years ago.  After my initial year of university, my folks generously sponsored me to travel on a European tour.  I visited eight countries in fourteen days, and slept in youth hostels the entire time.  The sole bags I brought with me was my trusty backpack.  Following the advice of some more seasoned travelers, I sewed a Canadian flag on my backpack.  Everybody loves Canadians, eh!




This trip was to be somewhat different.  I’ve got decided to travel back to Europe, but now I will be traveling in style.  I am designing to take a 1st-category flight into London, and I am in dire want of some first-class luggage.  Luggage {is such a} troublesome factor to buy for.  It is one of those things that will not be used often enough to justify any nice expense, however to buy low-cost luggage would be a complete waste of time and money.  I decided to get along with the friends I will be going away with, for an afternoon of fine old American shopping.




We tend to spent the afternoon going from department store to massive-box store to specialty store and back again.  I finally narrowed my decisions down to a few potential sets of luggage; Yank Tourister, Briggs & Riley, and Zero Halliburton.  They each have certain appealing aspects, and they’re all reasonably priced.  I read somewhere that American Tourister luggage has one in every of the most effective warranties in the industry.  Briggs & Riley have been producing quality products since 1993, and that they additionally offer an extensive warranty.  Zero Halliburton is, well…..Zero Halliburton.




Once I considered it for a little while, I realized {that the} Zero Halliburton suitcase was the one for me.  I will admit that I’m really in love with this luggage.  If James Bond were transporting a suitcase filled with priceless gems, he would use a Zero Halliburton.  I ended up getting a twenty six-in. Suiter for the slightly bloated worth of $900.00.  It’s made from a beautiful brushed aluminum that looks prefer it would face up to an explosion, abundant less the bags handlers at Heathrow.  I can be bringing my prized collection of designer purses with me, therefore I can rest easy that they can be well protected in my awesome new suitcase.  Do you think I should put a Canadian flag on it?

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