The High Road: “It is better to travel well than to arrive.”— Buddha

Posted Wednesday, Jul. 02, 2014  comments  Print Reprints
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Ebby Rane

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Brooks Brothers

233 Grand Ave.

Southlake

817-421-7571

www.brooksbrothers.com

Neiman Marcus

2100 Green Oaks Road

Fort Worth

817-738-3581

www.neimanmarcus.com

Bag ’n Baggage

128 State St.

Southlake

817- 310-3129

www.coloradobaggage.com

T. Anthony

www.tanthony.com

Williams Handmade

www.williamshandmade.com

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With the Buddha’s above advice in mind, it seemed timely to look at the way the truly privileged travel. Let’s imagine this means no commercial airline flights, no flying steerage or cramming your rolling BBB (basic black bag) into the overhead. Let’s imagine European sports cars and private jets as the only way to travel, with luggage handcrafted especially for our every need.

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