How many travelers have written reports about their trip to Paris? “Too many,” you say. Well hold on a second because you haven’t read Alwina Bennett’s report.
Monthly Archives for October 2014.
A couple of weeks back I sorta kinda laid into Travellerspoint member meadysy5 for seeking advice as to whether he should quit his job to travel. Today I offer my unfair, but more positively, opinionated take on Nolegator’s approach to essentially the same dilemma.
The past is often romanticized and remembered more fondly than what it might deserve. But when it comes to air travel, it might actually be that the good ‘ole days really were better than the present state of the industry.
Many ThreadTripping readers choose hotels based on loyalty programs. But over on the City-Data forums they take a different approach to hotel/motel selection.
A group of Milepoint members and presumably influential AA employees have formed a covert coalition to get things done – we’ll call them Milepoint and AA Friends and Insiders Association (MAAFIA).
Andrew Yiu and Ben Lipsey drew the short straws on the day Air Canada executives decided who would be on the front lines when the 2015 Altitude changes were announced on FlyerTalk. They might very well never fully recover from what they have witnessed over the past few days.
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.
Have your travels to far off lands caused you to overlook the attractions that surround your home? Or are you pretty good about visiting the local attractions, and even just wandering around the neighborhoods nearby to sense the flavor of what life is really like in your hometown?
It is almost universally agreed that travel insurance is a wise purchase. But what exactly does it cover? Here’s betting you might not actually know your travel insurance as well as you think.
An Enhanced Driver’s License is essentially a driver’s license that also works as a passport when crossing between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean through a land or sea port of entry.