Weekend Puerto Rico getaways are great in theory, but painful in fact -- after dealing with the hassles, discomfort, and rudeness of flying, you begin to wonder if a beach-resort fling with a hot bartendress who's also a sports fan and just as commitment-phobic as you are is even worth it. So instead of flying, try Jetting, with JetBlue's new Fort Lauderdale to San Juan route.
Jetting's the only phrase that can possibly sum up travel on JetBlue: bountiful legroom, 36 channels of free DIRECTV, 100 channels of free XM Radio, unlimited snacks, and customer service so friendly, you'll trace the receiver with your finger and whisper "I love you" as you hang up the phone. Their Puerto Rico route satisfies all your long weekend demands: a quick trip out of FLL, whose ease of navigation makes it superior to crowded, congested MIA in every way, except MIA's acronym might be a little cooler. Most importantly, prices start as low as $89 each way; restrictions, taxes, and fees apply, but that'd be true if flights started at $100, $200, or any other figure higher than "$89".
To book a seat to San Juan, hit jetblue.com. Maybe you'll meet your dream woman, maybe you won't; or maybe you will, only to discover she's so keen on commitment, she wants you to stay -- in which case just tell her "I love Jetting so much, I couldn't possibly skip the trip back to Fort Lauderdale".