November 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving Gloria Gaynor or Gobbler I will survive

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Presidential memorandum: streamlining the U.S. immigrant visa system

Presidential memorandum: streamlining the U.S. immigrant visa system

Presidential memorandum: streamlining the U.S. immigrant visa system


The immigration executive actions announced by the President on November 20, 2014 are expected to be implemented in the next several months, and some initiatives may take longer. The new programs will be funded through application fees rather than appropriated funds. Here is basic information about some of the highlighted initiatives.
BUSINESS IMMIGRATION CHANGES 
Foreign investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, inventors, and founders of start-up enterprises will benefit from a streamlined green card process, that does not require employer sponsorship if their admission to the U.S. is in the national interest. Further, individuals who may not yet qualify for a national interest waiver may be granted parole status on a case-by-case basis if they have been awarded substantial U.S. investor financing or otherwise hold the promise of innovation and job creation. This will be implemented through policy guidance.
Skilled workers with pending green cards will be able to move more easily to a new employer without having to start a new green card process. This will remove unnecessary restrictions on natural career progression and will promote general job mobility for workers facing lengthy green card processing times. The guidance also clarifies the fact that a worker can accept a promotion to a supervisory position or otherwise transition to a related job within his or her field of endeavor, without having to start the process over.
Individuals with an approved employment-based immigrant petition who are caught in the quota backlogs unable to file the last step of the green card process will be allowed to obtain the benefits of a pending adjustment, i.e., an employment authorization without the need to continue maintaining employment based non-immigrant visa with a specific employer. This is expected to impact about 410,000 people and will be done by regulation.
Multinational companies seeking L-1B specialized knowledge visas for international transfers will be given clearer guidance on the meaning of the term “specialized knowledge”. The guidance will be released in the next few months.
Work authorization will be extended to spouses of H-1B specialty occupation visa holders with an approved employment-based petition for green card, while waiting for a visa number. The regulation is expected to be finalized in January 2015.
Foreign graduates with degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will be granted longer employment permits after graduation to facilitate their transition to H-1B specialty occupation visas. In addition, the list of degree programs eligible for such extensions will be expanded. This will be done by regulation.
The process of seeking employment-based green card labor certifications, by testing the job market to prove that there is no U.S. worker meeting the minimum requirements for the position, will be modernized and may include a harmless error provision. The Department of Labor (DOL) will be reviewing the option for premium processing labor certifications; methods for aligning domestic worker recruitment with labor force shortages and surpluses; and ensuring that green card positions are fully open to U.S. workers.  
Worksite enforcement will be improved by coordinated activities between the DOL and other agencies on the intersection between immigration law enforcement and labor and employment law enforcement. This may affect how employers are required to respond to ICE I-9 audits.
Various immigration-related agencies will be directed to make optimal use of the numbers of visas available under law. This effort will address issues such as whether derivative family members should be counted towards the visa quota and whether past unused visa numbers can be recaptured. 
DEFERRED ACTION BENEFITING APPROXIMATELY 4.4 MILLION UNDOCUMENTED INDIVIDUALS
Two deferred action initiatives will be rolled out that are estimated to benefit 4.4 million undocumented individuals: (1) Deferred Action for Parents (DAP): Parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (of any age) who have been continuously present since January 1, 2010, and who pass background checks and pay back taxes; and (2) Deferred Action for Children (DACA) Expansion: The age cap on DACA will be removed and the date when continuous presence must have started will be changed from June 15, 2007 to January 1, 2010. Both of these initiatives will provide deferred action for three years. The expanded DACA should be up and running in 90 days and deferred action for parents in 180 days.
ENFORCEMENT PRIORITIES
Many of the existing ICE memos on enforcement priorities and prosecutorial discretion will be replaced by a new memo with three priorities: (1) suspected terrorists, convicted felons (including aggravated felonies), convicted gang members, and persons apprehended on the border; (2) persons convicted of serious or multiple misdemeanors and very recent border crossers (those who entered after January 1, 2014); and (3) those who, after January 1, 2014, failed to leave under a removal order or returned afterremoval.
WHAT'S NEXT
While the USCIS is not currently accepting applications related to these executive initiatives, entities and individuals who think they may be eligible for one or more of the new programs may gather relevant documentation and call our team with further questions.

November 21, 2014

President Obama Immigration Action (HD) FULL Speech. Barack Obama Lays Out Immigration Plan Nov 2014

President Obama Immigration Action (HD) FULL Speech. Barack Obama Lays Out Immigration Plan 



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Published on Nov 20, 2014
President Obama immigration action speech. barack obama announced immigration speech deferring the deportation of up to 5 million of the estimated 12 million people who entered the United States illegally. president Obama said immigration action he will offer temporary protection from deportation to the parents of children who are either U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents and he will also expand protection to more "DREAMERers," or children who entered the country illegally with their parents. President Obama took a historic, legacy-defining step Thursday night when he announced a plan to protect 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, infuriating Republicans but satisfying immigrants who have fought for years for such relief. President Barack Obama is ordering the most sweeping overhaul of the immigration system in decades, despite Republican claims he is overstepping his power by unilaterally moving to shield five million undocumented immigrants and prioritizing the deportation of "felons, not families."
President Obama Immigration Action (HD) FULL Speech. Barack Obama Lays Out Immigration Plan
Obama rejected accusations by conservatives that he is offering a free pass to undocumented immigrants and argued in a prime-time address that "the real amnesty" would be leaving a broken system as it is now.
President Obama Immigration Action (HD) FULL Speech. Barack Obama Lays Out Immigration Plan
"Today our immigration system is broken and everybody knows it," Obama said. "It's been this way for decades and for decades we haven't done much about it."
President Obama Immigration Action (HD) FULL Speech. Barack Obama Lays Out Immigration Plan
Obama laid out the changes he is making to immigration laws without the consent of Congress. A key element of his plan is to instruct immigration authorities to prioritize expulsion action against gang members, felons and suspected terrorists rather than law-abiding undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and residents and others.

November 18, 2014

MIAMI ART BASEL 2014 - FREE ENTRANCE - CHEAP TICKETS -

How to get into Art Basel Satellite Fairs free

The annual madness that is Art Basel and its orbiting satellite fairs will soon be upon us (Dec. 3-7), and considering the large amount of exhibits all around town it could really break the bank were you to pay admission to all of these. Fear not, there are ways to enjoy Art Basel, in style, for cheap skate art aficionados. Perhaps with all the money saved on fair admissions you’ll be able to buy yourself a piece of art. One way to attend Art Basel Satellite Fairs free is to register as a VIP collector or art enthusiast.
Art Basel Satellite Fairs
It takes just a little effort and some planning ahead to do this, but in less than an hour you can  finagle an invitation to most of the shows. The trick is to register at each fair’s individual site as a VIP or a collector. Most sites will ask you to fill in some basic information. You may be questioned about the artists you have an interest in or already own or collect, and whether you are attending as a collector, enthusiast or art student. Each sites has different requirements. Some merely want to know that you have a pulse to send you the free pass, and others are more strict. We received VIP invites and free admissions to eight of the nine fairs we registered for last year. One additional  perk: VIP passes also give you access to some of the private lounges in the tents. Another way to get inside the art fairs is to volunteer or do internships.
MIAMI ART BASEL 2014 - FREE ENTRANCE - CHEAP TICKETS - 

Some fairs are always free, so we have listed those below as well, plus links to register for the others. Combine the free passes with transpotation around town on the free shuttles and trolleys you can also avoid parking woes and expenses. Save the money to enjoy some lovely and very reasonable priced lunches at the various cafes at the fairs. The food is usually top notch and the seating areas quite pleasantly situated. Last year Untitled had an ocean view terrace set up for diners, and Context and Art Miami had several cafes and bars set up. Fabulous!

Art Fairs offering free admission:

Select FairNew location this year in a tent on Collins Ave. between 72nd and 73rd Streets.
Click HERE for visitor info.
Miami River Art FairDowntown Miami at James L. Knight Convention Center
Click HERE for FREE tickets or HERE for general info.
Sculpt Miami46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
Click HERE for general visitor info.
Prizm Art FairDowntown Miami at Miami Center for Architecture and Design, 100 NE 1st St.
General info for Prizm can be found HERE
Ink Art FairSuites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
For general info click HERE
Zones Art FairLittle Haiti Arts District, 8325 NE 2 AVE, Miami
General information for Zones Art Fair can be found HERE
NADA FairThe Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Ave, Miami BeachClick HERE for visitor information.
Scroll down for a list of Art BAsel satellite fairs to register with for VIP access.
Context Miami - Ewa Bathelier

 Fairs offering free admission via VIP or online registration:

Untitled artBeach tent at 12th St and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Register for VIP status HERE or access general info for Untitled Fair HERE
Aqua ArtAqua Hotel, 1530 Collins Avenue
VIP registration for Aqua Art can be done HERE and general fair info is available HERE.
Context Art FairArt Miami Pavilion, Wynwood Arts District, 2901 NE 1st Avenue
Register for VIP Status HERE and check out the general fair info HERE
Art MiamiArt Miami Pavilion, Wynwood Arts District, 2901 NE 1st Avenue
Apply for VIP status HERE and for general information on Art Miami go HERE
Art Spot at Spectrum3011 NE 1st Avenue at NE 30th St, Miami
Register for a VIP pass to Art Spot HERE
Spectrum Art FairIt is relatively inexpensive to get in to Spectrum, between $7.50 to $10 for general admission. It is possible the Art Spot tickets will get you free admission at Spectrum so perhaps get those and see what happens. To buy advance tickets for Spectrum go HERE. Right now you can get two Spectrum tickets for $10 from Living Social or two regular tickets for $12 or two VIP tickets for $25 from Groupon.

November 9, 2014

Obama’s promised to act on his own on immigration. Here’s his plan.


Obama’s promised to act on his own on immigration. Here’s his plan.


With the 2014 midterm elections over, the Obama administration is turning to its big post-election agenda item: immigration relief.
President Obama has promised that he's going to take executive action on immigrationbefore the end of 2014. On November 4, when press secretary Josh Earnest was asked about the president's agenda, immigration action was the first (and only) priority he mentioned. Rumor has it that the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice are submitting their recommendations for what exactly the president should do in early November.
Obama's anticipated plan is expected to include relief from deportation for millions of immigrants. The new program might build on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program from 2012, which allowed young immigrants who would have benefited from the DREAM Act to apply for two years of protection from deportation, and for work permits. Or it might take a slightly different form, but one that would still allow some unauthorized immigrants to be protected from deportation, and be allowed to work, without officially giving them legal status.
Now that Republicans have won the Senate,some are skepticalthat Obama's really going to follow through on major unilateral action. But the administration has promised, explicitly, to do just that. In the meantime, here's what we know the White House is considering, and what looks likely to make it into the final package.



(Erkan Avci/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

How many people could be covered?

Estimates tend to be in the mid to low millions.
Legally speaking,the president could extend deferred action to all 11 million unauthorized immigrants. That would be unprecedented. If he wanted to follow precedent slightly more closely, he could protect all of the 8 million or so unauthorized immigrants who would qualify for legal status under the immigration reform bill the Senate passed last year — just like he used DACA to protect would-be DREAM Act beneficiaries after the DREAM Act failed.
But most policymakers are expecting the plan to help a smaller subset of immigrants. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), the biggest Congressional advocate for executive action on immigration, has said that "three, four, maybe even five million" immigrants could be protected if and when President Obama acts.
Immigration activists say that the Department of Homeland Security's recommendations to the White House might protect fewer people than that — one advocate told Buzzfeed that the number included would be in the "low seven figures," while another said "three million."
It all depends on who exactly is included in the new program, which no one knows for sure at this point.

Immigration protesters. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Which types of immigrants could be covered?

The president's ability to protect unauthorized immigrants from deportation is supposed to be limited to particularly worthy cases. When the Obama administration instituted the DACA program in 2012, they justified it by saying that they were limiting the program to a particular group of immigrants — and then using the application process to evaluate individual cases.
Similarly, for this round of immigration relief, the administration will probably carve out one or more groups of unauthorized immigrants who will be eligible to apply, and then set an additional set of criteria that individuals in those groups will have to meet to get their applications approved. Here are some possible groups that could be eligible under a new program:
Unauthorized immigrants who are married to US citizens or green-card holders. There are 1.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the US whose spouses have US citizenship, or at least a green card. These immigrants should be eligible for legal status themselves, but are blocked by rules that make it extremely difficult to get legal status in the US if you've ever been unauthorized — especially if you're not willing to risk leaving the US in the hopes that you might get to come back.
Unauthorized immigrants whose children are US citizens. There are 3.8 million unauthorized immigrants with US-citizen children (in most cases because their kids were born in the US). These immigrants can't get legal status until their children turn 21 — and would then have to deal with the same rules that make it so tough for unauthorized immigrants in the US to get legal status.
Other unauthorized immigrants with children. The Obama administration has said that immigration enforcement shouldn't split up families, and advocates believe that the only way to guarantee that is to protect parents from deportation. There are 900,000 unauthorized immigrants whose children are not citizens, but are under 18. The administration could also protect the parents of DACA recipients, which could cover several hundred thousand more unauthorized immigrants. According to Buzzfeed, advocates aren't sure whether the Department of Homeland Security is including parents of DACA recipients in its recommendations for relief.
Farmworkers. Historically, legalizing unauthorized farmworkers has been more popular with Congress than legalizing other unauthorized workers — a bill called "AgJOBS," to grant legal status to farmworkers, has been floating around Congress as long as the DREAM Act. In an op-ed published in Univision, Democratic members of Congress, including Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, argued that Obama "could recognize that it is 'essential for agriculture' that farmworkers who toil in our fields do so without fear" as part of his executive action.

People attend an orientation class in filing up their application for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

What other requirements would an immigrant have to meet?

Immigrants won't automatically qualify for legal status if they fit one of these categories. There are other criteria to consider as well. To qualify for DACA, for example, an immigrant has to meet a set of criteria regarding age, education, criminal record, and time in the United States. Not all of those will matter for other groups of immigrants (age requirements will likely be dropped) but others will.
In particular, the administration is expected to require applicants to have been in the US for a certain number of years before they're eligible for relief. The DACA program required immigrants to have been in the US since at least 2007 — five years before the program went into effect. The new policy similarly could say that immigrants have to have lived in the US for at least five years — or it could say they have to have lived in the US for at least ten years, or some other number.
Advocates are very worried that if the administration limits the program to immigrants who have lived in the US since 2004, will disqualify millions of people, enough to seriously blunt the impact of the program. While most unauthorized immigrants have lived in the US for over a decade, some are newer arrivals — or have left the US and returned at some point in the last ten years. Furthermore, it's going to be extremely hard for immigrants to prove when they entered the country without papers.

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October 21, 2014

Fun : Obama Has Perfect Reaction To Woman's Jealous Boyfriend - Video

Obama Has Perfect Reaction To Woman's Jealous Boyfriend



President Barack Obama had no problems casting his ballot for the midterm elections on Monday, but he did run into another problem at the voting booth -- a jealous boyfriend.
According to CNN, Obama stood next to Aia Cooper as he voted in Chicago. While the two were voting, Cooper's fiancé Mike Jones warned the president: "Don't touch my girlfriend."
"You know, I really wasn't planning on it," Obama replied.
Cooper, clearly embarrassed, apologized to the president, saying, "Please excuse him." But Obama called out Cooper's fiancé, calling him "an example of a brother just embarrassing you for no reason, just for no reason whatsoever."
Obama told Cooper she'd go home to tell her friends and family, "I can't believe Mike, he's such a fool."
"He really is," Cooper agreed, laughing.
Obama didn't totally pile on the criticism. He joked that despite the comment, "Mike seems like a decent guy.”

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Watch a video of Obama expertly handling a jealous boyfriend above.

October 7, 2014

Sarah Jessica Parker Tweets 'News' -- Could Be 'Sex and the City 3'

Sarah Jessica Parker Tweets 'News' -- Could Be 'Sex and the City 3'

PHOTO: Sarah Jessica Parker attends The New School University Center, Jan. 23, 2014 in New York City.
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Last week, Jennifer Hudson revealed that a "Sex and the City 3" is a possibility.
“I think it might be [happening],” she told Dish Nation. "Somebody just came to me talking about that. So if it’s in the talks, it might happen. So look for it. ”
Then, "Sex and the City" stars Kristin Davis, 49, and Sarah Jessica Parker, 49, decided to weigh in -- kind of.
"@SJP Miss YOU XOXOXO!! <3 acclaimed="" charlotte="" davis="" on="" p="" played="" show="" the="" who="" wrote.="">
Parker, aka Carrie Bradshaw, replied, "@KristinDavis Me too you! Heard the news? X."
What news?



Yet another "Sex" icon Kim Cattrall, 58, has been doing the rounds, giving interviews for another project. She has also said she'd be up for another movie, though she said nothing is currently in the works.
"I'd love to come back, but it’s a very high bar and we’d need to get everybody back there and scheduling is difficult for people’s lives but always!" she told ABC News last month. "I revisit it all the time."
Well, if there is a third movie in the works, fans will be jumping for joy.

October 2, 2014

What It’s like to Fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class



What It’s like to Fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class

The world’s best airline experience, from Singapore to New York.


Originally posted at: dereklow.co


In 2008, Singapore Airlines introduced their Suites Class, the most luxurious class of flying that is commercially available.
The Suites were exclusive to their flagship Airbus A380, and they go beyond flat beds by offering enclosed private cabins with sliding doors that cocoon you in your own little lap of luxury. The interior was designed by French luxury yacht designer Jean-Jacques Coste and comes along with a plush soft leather armchair hand-stitched by the Italian master craftsmen Poltrona Frau. Perhaps most well-known of all, Singapore Airlines became the first and only commercial airline with a double bed in the sky.
However, the experience came with a hefty price tag. With round-trip tickets costing up to S$23,000 (or US$18,400), it was completely unattainable for most people.
Formerly, the only way for an average person to fly in the Suites was to take out a bank loan. And then I remembered that most of my personal net worth exists in frequent flier miles rather than cash.
So in September 2014, after splurging an colossal amount of miles…

I was booked on Suites Class to NYC!


This is my trip in photos.
I arrived at Singapore Changi Airport and proceeded to the Singapore Airlines counters for check-in.
As I joined the line for check-in, I was promptly greeted by a staff.
“Good evening sir, how may I help you?”
A sudden realization hit me and I went “OH NOPE SORRY” and briskly walked away, leaving the lady astonished.
I had almost forgotten that Changi had a luxurious check-in lounge specially for First Class and Suites passengers.
Inside, it looks like a hotel lobby, and there’s even a bellhop who carries your luggage.
Soon, I was in possession of The Golden Ticket.
Flying in the Suites also includes an invitation to The Private Room, which the staff was proud to say that it was “higher than first class”.
I arrived at the lounge and was approached by an attendant. “May I escort you to The Private Room?” she asked.
I followed her past what seemed to be 50–60 people in the Business Class lounge. She walked noticeably fast, seemingly afraid that I would be disgusted by the presence of the working class. Here I was transferred to another attendant who walked me through the First Class lounge, and then through a set of automatic sliding double doors before being transferred to yet another attendant.
Finally, after 10 miles of secret passageways and being escorted by 3000 people, I arrived at The Private Room.
Entering the confines of The Private Room, the staff greeted me by name. It’s like they all already knew me before even meeting me.
I wasn’t hungry but I’ve heard rave reviews about the dining room. So I sat down and ordered a glass of champagne and had the Chicken and Mutton Satay plate.
…and the Baked Boston Lobster with Gruyere, Emmenthal and Cheddar.
…and also the U.S. Prime Beef Burger with Foie Gras, Rocket Leaf and Fried Quail Egg. Oh, and a Mango Smoothie too.
Completely stuffed at this point, I realized it was time for boarding.
There was a dedicated jet bridge solely for Suites passengers. Standing at the end of the bridge was a flight attendant ready to greet me.
“Good evening Mr Low!”
I realized that they would address me by whatever title I chose in my Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer profile. I instantly regretted not going with President Low or Princess Derek.
I was escorted to my Suite.
I picked the middle suite, which can be merged with the adjacent suite to form a double bed.
“Would you like a glass of Dom Pérignon, sir?” And I replied the only acceptable response to such a question: Yes.
“Sir, would you like a copy of every newspaper we have onboard today?”
At this point, the crew members came out to personally introduce themselves to me. Among them was Zaf, who was the Chief Steward of the flight.
As it turns out, he’s the guy in the airline’s safety video.
Zaf told me that there were only 3 passengers in the 12 Suites, and joked that I could have a bedroom, dining room and living room if I wanted.
And so I picked my dining room.
Dom Pérignon and Iced Milo in hand, it was time to take off.
I took this time to check out what was provided onboard the flight. Headphones from Bose, for example.
Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit, which included a full-sized bottle of cologne.
Everything else was Givenchy: blankets, pillows, slippers and pajamas.
As soon as the plane reached cruising altitude, I was offered another drink.
Seeing that it was almost 1 AM and I was just beginning to indulge in the whole suite experience, I decided to order coffee to stay up.
I don’t know much about coffee, but I do know the Jamaican Blue Mountain costs a ton. A pound of the Blue Mountain beans sells for $120 at Philz Coffee.
So I ordered the Blue Mountain, and was complimented by Zaf. “You have very good taste in coffee, sir.”
Zaf returns with the coffee and tells me about their selection of gourmet coffee, and how the Blue Mountain was “by far the most outstanding”.
I unglamorously gulped down the entire cup at once, while pretending to appreciate the finely-balanced traits of the Blue Mountain.
I asked him to recommend me a tea, and he quickly brought out a cup of TWG’s Paris-Singapore tea.
And then he knelt down next to me as I sampled the tea. He told me about the high quality tea leaves. He told me about the hand-sewn cotton teabags. He told me about the fragant cherry blossoms and red fruits infused into the tea. Somewhere in between, he might have mentioned about the history of coffee trade and the East India Company, but I can’t be sure.
He says that he has been with the airline for 19 years. Within the past 2 or 3 years, he has served Leonardo DiCaprio and Morgan Freeman flying in Suites Class.
I figured since Zaf was so available to recommend me coffee and tea, I asked him, “can you recommend me a movie?”
He picked The Grand Budapest Hotel, a fantastic movie which I thoroughly enjoyed. Off his head, he could name me the actors and talk about how brilliant their performances were in the movie.
“That’s incredible!” I exclaimed. “Are you like a savant of the cinema?”
“I just happened to be someone who likes movies,” he said, modestly.
“I will call you here every time I need a movie recommendation in the future!”
“Uh… okay!” he said, as brightly as he could.
As I settled in, supper service began.
Having stuffed myself with three entrées back in the lounge, I wasn’t particularly hungry so I settled for a 5-course supper.
For appetizer I had the Malossol Caviar with Lobster-Fennel Salad. And after clearing the plate in three bites, I asked for a second plate.
On to my third appetizer, I had the Duck Foie Gras with Shaved Fennel-Orange Salad, Beetroot and Mizuna.
I picked the Fish Noodle Soup for main course.
And Vanilla Bavarois with Raspberry Coulis for dessert.
After supper, I decided to burn off the calories by walking around the plane. I asked the crew if they could give me a guided tour of the A380 and they willingly obliged.
We walked up the front stairs to Business Class, down the length of the upper deck, and back down a spiral staircase to Economy Class. Zaf said he’d love to take me to see the pilots’ cockpit, but the airline has stopped allowing that in recent years due to security concerns.
When I got back to the Suites, the lights were already turned down indicating it was time to sleep.
In the Suites, you don’t just lie on a seat that has gone flat. Instead, you step aside while the Singapore Airlines flight attendants transform your Suite into a bedroom, with a plush mattress on top of a full-sized bed. When the adjacent suite is empty, the dividing partition can be brought down to create a double bed.
Zaf and a stewardess went about making the bed.
I don’t even know how to express this in words.
I probably need a poet to describe how amazing this was.
I jumped into bed squealing like a little girl.
I spent the next hour lounging in all possible positions.
Some people might say this seems to be the loneliest flight ever. And to that, I say this:
And while you’re doing stupid things like that in the Suite, you can use the ‘Do Not Disturb’ button for privacy.
Through the entire flight, the attendants check on you almost every 3 minutes without being intrusive or annoying. They would just briskly walk past you with quick glance.
I paid a visit to the restroom to change into the pajamas provided.
It’s a restroom, what were you expecting?
There’s a seat that folds down that’s actually more comfortable than most Economy Class seats.
And henceforth, I slept. Well, not on the toilet of course.
When I woke up, I saw the clock and my heart sank. A little over 3 hours to Frankfurt. I’d slept for 6 hours, or $6,000 worth of the flight.
So to cheer myself up, I asked for a chocolate and was handsomely rewarded with two.
We landed at Frankfurt for a two hour layover, and the three of us in Suites Class were escorted to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge which had a spa and hot shower.
Getting back on the plane, a new crew was onboard for the flight to New York.
It was 8 in the morning and I decided to begin the day with a Singapore Sling.
For breakfast, I used Singapore Airlines’ Book the Cook service.
It allows you to pre-order a specific meal before the flight, which is then specially put onboard the flight for you.
I had the Lobster Thermidor with Buttered Asparagus, Slow-roasted Vine-ripened Tomato, and Saffron rice.
And dessert, which I can’t remember what it was.
When it was time to nap, I didn’t want to trouble the crew for a full double bed, so I opted for a single bed instead.
The partition between the two middle suites slides up to form a wall.
The single bed is plenty spacious on its own.
Waking up, I was immediately presented with the second meal I pre-ordered through Book the Cook.
U.S. Grilled Prime Beef Fillet designed by celebrity chef Alfred Portale.
As we finally landed at New York, a huge problem presented itself — I didn’t want to leave the plane.
I have to say, after being served Dom Pérignon in a double-suite bedroom at 36,000 feet, I’m not sure flying experiences get any better than this.
But eventually I got off the plane, because New York’s not too bad.

Originally posted at: dereklow.co


Derek is an engineer and entrepreneur. He created the Berkeley Ridiculously Automated Dorm (BRAD), a viral YouTube hit which actually has less views than 10 Cutest Cat Moments. He has been featured in TIME, Forbes, CNN, The Guardian and TechCrunch. He knows how stupid writing a third-person bio of himself can be.

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