It’s enlightening and eye-opening to read how different people rely on such radically different methods to decide where to take their next trip. Reading others’ travel-decision methods might just cause you to re-evaluate your own.
Monthly Archives for January 2015.
A hard-copy travel guide can and is a handy accompaniment on many a trip. But a good guidebook is more than a tool – it is a collectible for some travelers.
If you only read one trip report today, I recommend Sunset_Sammy’s report describing his tour of Thailand. He’s all about using the sunscreen to ward off the harmful rays of the sun, but seems to have no compunction at all about stepping into a cage with a full-grown tiger.
Would you pay for a few hours in a Napcab on a long layover? If your frequent flyer program offered the choice of lounge access or Napcab access, which would you choose?
Due to technical advances in air control systems, air traffic controllers could soon begin prioritizing landings based on the number of first-class passengers on board. Could this be good news for frequent flyers?
Why don’t more (any?) of todays airlines move the lavatories to the downstairs cargo hold so that they can add more seats? Inquiring bladders want to know.
Changes to American Airlines first- and business-class in-flight meals following the US Airways merger have received a fair amount of criticism. Well, an almost fair amount – jakem4800 has just a bit more criticism to offer. No meal service in first class on flights under 3 hours 30 mins between 1:31pm- 4pm … I’m talking…
Kathy, over on the Rick Steve’s forums, recently heard tale that authorities at the most famous of Roman amphitheaters – the Colosseum in Rome – were turning away anyone carrying backpacks, daypacks, or even large purses.
About two and a half years ago Gene and Neda decided to, “quit the jobs, sell our home and everything in it, and set out on THE motorcycle journey with no route planned, no end in sight and no return date in mind.”
The three most popular posts/thread on ThreadTripping last week.