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World’s First Airport Winery

You may have a had beer at an airport brew pub in Boston at the Cisco Brewery or at O’Hare’s Goose Island Brewing Company but have you ever had a glass of wine produced at the airport? Chances are the answer is no. If you get a chance to travel to Cape Town International, which I recently wrote an airport review on, you can experience the worlds first airport winery. The Winery will produce exclusively Merlot and will be pouring glasses by the end of 2015. It is part of CPT’s passenger “ambiance project” to promote the best of what Cape Town has to offer.

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It’s Not Cheating – the Affair

By Adam Bush

In my previous blog, I talked about my torrid love affair with Vino Volo. I was in the thralls of love.

But then something changed in 2012.

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It’s Not Cheating (If it’s in a Different Airport Code)

By Adam Bush

Recently on a boys’ trip to KRK (Krakow), I had an almost six hour layover at IAD (Dulles).  This was mostly by choice since I would rather spend extra time at the major hub airport than be delayed at my home airport of ORF (Norfolk) and lose a day flying overseas because I missed a connection.

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