Friday, August 01, 2008

I really wish I would have had this on Monday

On Monday as I was flying home, it was so cold on the plane that I had goosebumps on my arms. I wasn't the only one who felt it and I really felt sorry for some of the people who were flying into Florida wearing shorts and tank tops because they were going on vacation. As I was sitting through the 2 hour flight, I noticed this little older lady and her daughter. The mother was freezing so the daughter asked the flight attendant for a blanket. She was told that there were none available so the daughter ended up taking off her sweater to put over her mothers legs. I felt so bad for them as well as the grandma with the little 2 year old grandson. Apparently, most airlines no longer carry blankets or pillows. Who knew? If you find an airline that has them, I can just about guarantee that they haven't been properly cleaned. As a hotel manager, I am probably one of the worst when it comes to staying away from bedding that is not cleaned on a regular basis. If those passengers had a Cabin Cuddler they would have been nice and toasty warm and could have relaxed throughout the flight. As it was the daughter was covering her arms and legs with magazines. Another benefit of the Cabin Cuddler is that if your flight is delayed and you are stuck at the airport for the night, the Cabin Cuddler has a pillow & blanket to make your 'stay over' in the gate area a little more comfortable than wrapping yourself up in a magazine or a newspaper.

The benefits of the Cabin Cuddler are numerous but here are a few of the big ones:
o Tote bag turns into your own personal hygienic pillow case
o Comes with it's own inflatable pillow
o Patented pocket always keeps your feet warm
o Contour cut of the blanket covers every inch of your body

Not only is the Cabin Cuddler highly functional and a must have for frequent travelers, at the low price of $29.95. To me this is the perfect travel blanket.


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