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.
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Unless you are a veteran member of the DisBoards community, there are only so many times you, as a traveling parent with kids, can visit DisneyWorld. Sometimes you, and the kids – particularly as they become young teenagers – need to go somewhere a little more adventurous. But where? That’s precisely what Elaine101, who’s family…
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.
You know those TSA agents, they’re just doing their jobs, bless their hearts. Recently one of them pulled aside 777Deanna777 for a random screening and, bless her heart, she thinks she knows why.
Hey all of you Hollywood big shot producers, get your pencils sharpened and your checkbooks ready because BradJill has started a discussion on the TripAdvisor forums that has all the makings of a hit.
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?
Has it become Delta’s policy to move the infrequent flyers to the back of the bus so as to free up the best seats for the passengers with status? Discussion ensues, and then, without warning, a full-blown analogy battle breaks out.
Travel by plane, train and ship is amazing – each in its own way. But for most of us, there might be no more freeing form of travel than when we settle into our own car for a good old fashioned road trip.
No doubt for most of us the quality of the hotel gym is the most important factor when choosing lodging. Right after food, bed comfort, lounge access…
Evidently, low cost carrier Jet2 has a seating policy that states – and I’m paraphrasing here – you wants to sit next to your SO, you pays to sit next to your SO. But some travelers have a sneaking suspicion Jet2 might have taken this policy to the next money-making level.