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  1. Despite the headline, the WP Bangkok article deals mostly with street vendors being kicked out. My wife and I were in Bangkok last month, staying at the Grand Hyatt. All of the wonderful street food and vendors in the area had been driven off. Since this is what made us really like the area, we were sorely disappointed. Earlier during the same trip, we stayed at the Royal Orchid Sheraton, and loved the street food scene in the area. If we return, we’ll avoid the Hyatt and stay at the Sheraton.

  2. I’m a bit confused about the delta sky clubs thing. If I have global entry will that also count or are the clear fingerprints kept in a different system?

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