I’ve been really busy planning our 2017 Summer Trip. We’ll be heading to the Pacific for around 5 weeks!
The first order of business was getting a flight from the U.S. to the region. American Airlines miles came in handy for that, costing 80,000 miles per person + tax ($71.66). When I asked about adding Theo to the itinerary as a lap baby, I was beyond surprised by the price I was told. Continue reading How A Call To Fiji Airways Saved Me $645.94→
With the annual fee soon coming up on my American Express Platinum card, I decided to apply for the Amex Blue Business card (which I was instantly approved for). The signup bonus isn’t huge but it buys me some time to decide what to do with my Membership Rewards points.
Planning for our summer trip wasn’t looking good but then I started finding award availability for various flights around the region we’ll be visiting. It’s been frustrating using American Airlines miles over the past year or so but for this trip, they seem to be coming up big!
During my second trip to Europe in 2001, I got my first taste of a site that I consider odd.
I was in Paris with a friend and I called home to say hello to my family. My mother had come across an interesting article in an upstate NY newspaper. She told me about a site which had recently reopened in Paris.
Lufthansa First Class Ducks are highly collectible yet hard to come by since you can only get one at the First Class Lounge & Terminal. You could also purchase them on sites like eBay or beg a friend to give you one!