As President Barack Obama leaves for his first oveseas trip since taking office, you can rest assured his travels will dominate the news in coming days.
First stop for Obama and his much talked about entourage will be London, for an economic meeting of the G-20 nations.
What do you think the news media will be more interested in? The details of his meetings with European and other world leaders, or the photo opportunity of Obama's visit to meet Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace?
Ha ha. You know that answer. Start brushing up on your royal etiquette right now and wonder what the President and First Lady will wear.
Later in the week, it's off to a meeting of NATO, and then Obama will end his week with a visit to Turkey, where the security measures are certain to be very tight.
This is not Obama's first foreign trip, as he went to Canada a few weeks ago, but it will be treated as such obviously.
And admittedly, there is a lot riding on this trip, with economic issues dominating the US and world scenes.
It will be very interesting to see the dynamic at work on this trip - Obama meets with leaders who are sending him a message on the economy & Obama gets rousing reception from European citizens.
Will there be protestors? Indications are that there could be, but it won't be with the fervor that often greeted the visits of President George W. Bush.
Watch and see if the "medium cool" of Obama can overcome the tough sound bites of some of his European colleagues.