A quick comment on my latest transatlantic biz flight on Lufthansa to Atlanta.
Gosh I hate those proclaimed blog prophetes constantly seeking the hair in the soup when they are travelling on Lufthansa.
Guys and Girls there is no such thing. Its simply a good and comfy hardware full stop!
The crew this time was simply charming, caring and last but not least had a good sense of humour.
Usually sitting Fööörst I got of course all the attention a sheep deserves, not only as a consequence of my flawless beauty but also as a result of my unbeaten humour and killer smile in contrast to my bordome fellow travelers.
This time I had the usual HONS, the bunch of German expats from famous German car makers and of course those kinds of mister importants with their latest Breitling. Listening to their conversation simply made me smile. Smal boys small toys big boys big toys is the saying and therefore one pationately talked about his newly acquired Porsche. Not that I have something against it, but limit was reached when this guy changed to his A&F sweat pants and put on the corresponding and disgusting scent what he most probably grapped from his sons room prior to departure. I am just curious now what kind of biz dinner he went to after our Sunday arrival in Atlanta.
Back to my business, telling you sonething about the food.
I typically choose Champagne as aperitif so Champagne Jacquart did very well and it was voluntarily topped up without asking from the wonderful crew. Thank you Mrs Keller.
Christmas time already started so it was obvious for me trying an alltime favorite of German cuisine goose. The red cabbage was simply delicious. Back at home I will for sure try myself to preparing it with a bit of fig jam.
Later I changed to red wine. Austrian Blaufränkisch Hochberg, a real discovery with its well balanced tannin structure went straight to my tummy.
The sleep was tight and just after 9 1/2 hours touch down in Georgia.
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