When selecting a tropical vacation destination, how many Americans would choose an exotic but likely less comfortable trip to Cuba over an all-inclusive resort on another Caribbean island?
Is anyone else bothered and/or amused at Virgin’s habit of announcing a specific count of passengers and crew before taking off?
Several European car manufacturers offer European Delivery and buy back programs that can and should be used by Americans and Canadians planning a European vacation.
When the average passenger on a United airlines flight watches a United Global Services member walk past everyone else up to the front of the line, what do they think?
When an airline provides perks to passengers who have paid a small fee, but deny the same perks to elite members of its frequent flyer program that tells me they don’t value loyal flyers very highly.
Today I am proud to introduce the ThreadTripping loyalty program. I think you are really going to like it. The ThreadTripping loyalty program (unnamed presently, but we’re leaning toward “Tripping Hard” or “TTripped”) rewards you for behaviors we would like you to perform. For example: You shovel my driveway when it snows, you earn points…
Where can you find exotic animal sanctuaries that allow guests to physically interact with the animals? Assuming you pay them enough and are willing to sign a waiver.
The three most popular posts/threads on ThreadTripping this week.
If, as most seem to agree, the vast majority of travelers choose flights nearly solely on price, why can’t low-price long-haul carriers – the model Sir Freddie Laker invented – succeed?
One of the biggest issues when it comes to cruising, at least to hear frequent cruisers tell it, is the practice of chair hogging employed by some cruisers.