“I thought no exotic destination could ever match our Honeymoon in Bora Bora…. until we arrived on the Amalfi Coast, and Positano literally took my breath away.”
“My husband can drive anywhere, on the wrong side of the road, in the middle of Paris – but he was very glad that we hired a driver from Naples.”
“After climbing up and down steps all day, there is no guilt in the evening as you enjoy the best homemade pasta and fresh fish you have ever eaten!”
In Nearby Capri
“…hike up to Mount Tiberius, at the very top of the island – you are literally on top of the world! This is where the Emperor Tiberius used to toss people he didn’t like off the cliff into the sea, so it’s much more enjoyable to visit Capri today.”
We asked Kit how she looked so glamorous while traveling - Her response? "When in Italy all you need is to wear white and sunglasses and a man in a fedora doesn't hurt." Love it! Have a SmartHER Tip? Email us: Info@SmartHERNews.com
Dr. Darria Long Gillespie gives us her take on how to “survive” the happiest place on the planet.
“I am firmly convinced that Disney World pumps Oxytocin into the air. While you’re there, there are moments you swear ‘We ARE NEVER DOING THIS AGAIN!’ And then on your way home, you say ‘We should probably start planning our next trip…’”
The Key To Happiness
“…we confuse thirst with hunger, which leads everyone to overeat (and what’s always in reach at Disney? CANDY and sugary drinks = meltdowns later).”
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“…sometimes getting in lines for a Disney ride will feel only marginally less pleasant than standing in line for TSA and probably closer to the DMV…That said, hearing your child squeal with laughter…makes it all worthwhile.”
“…the only people who say ‘My family is going to eat healthy at Disney’ have clearly never been to Disney.”
“Donuts are absolutely required. Doctor’s orders.”
“Stop by Joffrey’s for donuts some mornings. Just do it. You have to ask where the stand is in each different park, but after you’re handed a warm donut the size of your head, you will thank me.”
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Girl “Injured” By “Support Dog” On Flight
- On Feb 21, an incident took place involving a young girl (6-7 yrs old) while boarding plane.
- Southwest says dog “scraped” girl’s forehead with teeth (AP).
- Dog reportedly “support” pet of another passenger.
Consider The Context
- In late January, a United Airlines passenger made national headlines when she tried to bring a peacock named Dexter on a flight as a “support” pet.
- United denied the peacock a seat and a debate about “appropriate” support animals ensued.
Why This Is Important
“United had been reviewing its policy since late last year after a 75% increase in emotional-support animals on flights and “a significant increase in onboard incidents.”
Why Is This Happening?
- Support pets, like service animals, fly free.
- Support pets do not receive the same rigorous training as a “service” pet, which can lead to more “incidents.”
- No hard firm rules about acceptable “comfort” animals on flights.
Airlines: Reviewing Rules
- Stricter regulations on “comfort” animals resisted by some who say increased documentation unfair to the truly disabled.
- Current rules purposefully very broad; spiders are clearly NOT considered comfort pets, but did you know miniature horses are included in The Americans with Disabilities Act as “service pets”?