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Did you know that some airlines will allow you to board with your favorite bottle of wine and they'll serve it to you enroute?
For details, click: wine
Minimus.biz may stock exactly what you seek. Their offerings are wide-ranging: from beverages such as cocoas, coffees, and teas; to food products such as cereals, condiments, dressings (including non-fat!), and jellies; to personal care items such as soaps, hand cleansers, shampoos, shaving creams, and toothpastes; to a full complement of pharmacy items from headache medicines, to poison ivy wipes, to hospital-grade ointments.
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"Created by frequent flier Matt Daimler, this site has snazzy graphics depicting seating charts and is routinely updated with passenger comments." The Wall Street Journal — September 27, 2002
On December 1, 2003, Newsweek published a story entitled: "How To Stay Sane": Solitary business travel can lead to health problems and poor job performance. Experts say developing a routine is critical.
Under "Rule 4": Have Fun, we noted the following: "John Bankhurst, a senior associate for KPMG in Chicago, travels two weeks a month, and tries to eat at a new restaurant in every city."
SoloTravelPortal.com salutes Newsweek!
P.S. To jump start your own sanity-saving-on-the-road program, click: restaurant selection