United Lounge Enhancements in Las Vegas and other cities | Now United is making another move as it experiments with new food and beverage choices in select lounges around the U.S., which includes the TravelZork favorite of Las Vegas. The strategy is also being tested in Houston Intercontinental, Orlando and Boston.
Today we talk about airline “deal” fares, often referred to as mistake or error fares. I provide an overview of the process and also some tips and tricks. It is important to understand that booking these airline fares are not for the risk adverse. If you do not like to gamble, it is probably something that is not for you.
Today I’m going to briefly be talking about optimising one-night luxury hotel stays, focusing on the FHR American Express Program. I’m going to give you some broad strokes on what to look for and how you can basically turn a one night hotel stay into an almost full two-day getaway.
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Some Zorks love gaming. Some love flying. Now there is something for everyone: The Atlantic City Air Show on August 23rd. The show kicks off at 11:30 a.m. with the US Army Golden Knights Flag Jump with the National Anthem.
Wine is big business, even in the airline world. Delta Wine, not always thought of as cutting edge seems to be quietly making a number of improvements. Andrea Robinson, Master Sommelier has been curating the Delta wine program the past few years. Delta also has a wine education program for flight attendants.
The topic of an airline child meal does not come up very often. On almost all global carriers one can special order a variety of meals in economy class and premium cabins (business and first class).
These 10 U.S. airport bars offer travelers a great selection of premium wines, craft beers and signature cocktails.
When I get a free moment, I sift through posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, and share some of the best stuff. Think of this as an extension of your travel “habiliments.” (Or, just maybe someone bet me $100 I wouldn’t be able to work the word habiliment into a blog post this week… maybe..)
If you ask anyone that was born in the mid to late 90’s, they will tell you that one of their childhood dreams was to be able to interact with Pokemon in real life. Pokemon began as any other game does, as just a game; something to do when you’re bored or need some mild entertainment.