You might be asking yourself, where exactly is a post titled “Hookers, Blow and Round-the-World Tickets” headed. Why, to FlyerTalk of course.
Monthly Archives for July 2014.
In a previous post I commented that there might be no freer form of modern mechanical transportation than the humble personal car. On second thought, a car might take second place to the classic recreational vehicle; better known simply as an RV.
As I have mentioned before, I’m a sucker for a great thread title. I’m also a sucker for a great comment/post. In fact, sometimes I am compelled to highlight a discussion solely due to one great comment. This is one of those times.
Fair warning: if you are staying in a hotel right now and haven’t already done so, you will soon be checking your mattress for bed bugs. Soon as in, as soon as you finish reading this thread.
If Club Carlson was an actor, it would have been featured in “That Guy … Who Was in That Thing”. Travelers posting on Milepoint think the program has a lot going for it – and maybe just a few drawbacks that keep it from making the big time.
When Apple introduced the iPod and the iTunes store it effectively brought a la carte pricing to the music industry. And the world rejoiced. So why is it that travelers feel nickeled and dimed to death by the airline industry’s growing use of an a la carte pricing model?
Hey Hilton, you have to wake up pretty early in the morning to beat FlyerTalk as the first to post news of your GIANT new initiative.
It used to be fairly common to hear travelers say they were hoarding their miles and points for retirement, when they would have the time to use them to travel the world. Here actual retirees discuss how they feel about their saved miles and points.
Travelers with iron stomachs will boast that they will try anything once. Well, what if that anything were dog?
Most people either want everyone to know that they are flying in the big seats at the front of the plane, or they don’t care who knows. WPIL isn’t most people. He wants to sneak into his Upper Class seat on his Virgin Atlantic flight to Las Vegas unseen.