A discussion on Fodor’s about the relative merits of TripAdvisor provides some useful tips on how to use the site to best effect. But the conversation really heats up when one member claims that women’s reviews aren’t really worth reading.
Monthly Archives for September 2014.
In my opinion, some of the best threads over on Milepoint are the photo sharing threads. If you love trip reports with lots of great photos, you will love these threads.
In this video review of British Airway’s Club World sleeper service, NiceTravelAdventures does a superb job of combining still images, video, concise captioning and very relaxing music to provide a thorough look at the pros and cons of the service.
Considering whether the goal of a trip is travel or vacation, and agreeing on the purpose, can make a big difference in the enjoyment of said trip – especially when traveling with someone.
The three most popular posts/thread on ThreadTripping last week, as well as a list of all of the travelers and travel communities that were featured over the course of the week.
There you are, standing at the baggage carousel, watching the few remaining bags circle by … again. How many roundtrips have they taken now? 10? 20? You’ve lost count … and hope. Don’t let this happen to you, read this thread.
Even if you are skeptical of panhandlers, it’s difficult to turn away from those who claim to be in need – particularly when they have a good story and seem sincere. People like Grandmax4 for instance, who posted about her dire straits on Milepoint.
Read any story published on a national news outlet about frequent flyers and you will invariably see commenters expressing their disgust at “entitled” frequent flyers who feel like they deserve “free” upgrades. What the non-frequent flyers don’t understand is that most frequent flyers don’t particularly care for the entitled types either
This is a good story and discussion about a scary airplane landing that ruined a couple’s honeymoon … for me to poop on.
What is being read by a boarding pass scanner if not information confirming that the boarding pass being scanned matches the flight information?