This is a roundup of news that I have come across during the day. Check out Alaska’s ‘Safety Dance’, Thompson Playa del Carmen review, USPS warns of more shipping delays during its busiest week, The Boring Company’s Vegas Loop simulation shows path to 20K+ commuters per hour, App measures your carbon footprint in real-time and stay at Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit for a year for less than $100/night.
Parodying the 1982 song “Safety Dance” by Men Without Hats, the video released Sunday was complete with dancing flight attendants, an enthusiastic keytar player, and clever lyrics like, “Well your friends don’t mask and why don’t they mask? Well they won’t fly this airline.”
Thompson Playa del Carmen Main House is a great hotel. The facilities are amazing. The location is fantastic. What you get is worth more than the price, that’s for sure. This is a great hotel with spacious, luxurious furnishings that you could happily spend your vacation. If I went again, I’d like to try the Beach House location, but that doesn’t mean the Main House isn’t a good place to stay. The building and the bellhops and the amenities on offer are all really fantastic.
he US Postal service is warning customers to expect potential delays in package shipments leading up to Christmas. This week marks the postal service’s busiest week. On its website, USPS posted an alert that said it’s experiencing unprecedented package increases and limited employee availability due to the impacts of COVID-19. There have been plenty of issues with payments, tracking packages and delivery times so far.
A new simulation of The Boring Company’s Las Vegas Convention Center Loop has revealed that the tunnel system has the potential to move over 20,000 people per hour. That is, at least, if the company employs its planned high-capacity AEV people-mover, which is expected to be built on the Model X and have a seating capacity of 16 passengers.
The app asks a few basic questions to understand your daily life, including how often you eat meat, the size of your home, and how often you fly. Then, when you connect it to your credit or debit card, it automatically estimates the emissions from each purchase so you have a real-time tally.
The Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit has announced its new One Million Baht Club, a package that allows up to two adults and two children to stay at the hotel for up to 365 consecutive nights next year. The package begins at $33,400, but it includes so many amenities that it might just be worth the intimidating price tag, if you have that kind of money.