If you travel on business, however in/frequently, you know that finding "good" dining options can often be a challenge. For example, look at Joseph Jaffe’s fatblogging chronicles (good thing your SL avatar never gets fat, right?) I’ve done about 800,000 miles over the past decade or so; early on, it used to be steaks and sit down meals, but now it’s whatever I can get.
Funny, I had just read an article in American Way about Austin breakfast tacos.
I was about to grab a burrito last week at DFW but went for McNuggets
instead. When I’m on the road, I’m a fast food connoisseur and
gravitate towards Chipotle, In-N-Out, Chick-Fil-A, and Jamba Juice when available.
But sometimes it’s not about how tasty the food is – sometimes its about how safe instead. There’s a great article in today’s WSJ about staying healthy on the road. I’m not a big fan of potty humor, but reading euphemisms in the Journal like "Montezuma’s Revenge, Delhi Belly, Hong Kong Dog, the Aztec Two-Step, or the Trotskies" is a great way to start a Tuesday morning.
Stay healthy out there!