- T+L writes that You Can Adopt Dogs That Failed TSA Training For Being Too Nice.
- NY Times says that The U.S .Lifted Its Advisory Against Traveling Abroad.
- CNN shares news that Evictions Looms For Hermit Living Alone On Italian Island.
- USA Today reports that Frontier CEO Says CDC Should Update Coronavirus Travel Advice: ‘Flying Is Not Dangerous’.
Hotels.com is one of our favorite sites to use to book hotel stays if we’re not booking direct or staying in a hostel or Airbnb. (*You can actually book some hostels on the site, too.)
We find Hotels.com to offer competitive prices while also offering a pretty solid rewards program. For every 10 stays you complete, a free night is earned valued at the average of the 10 nights you booked during this time. (Look at the reward as a 10% rebate.)
While booking a room over the weekend, I tried applying a reward to a booking. I headed over the the Hotels.com app and encountered some issues. (Find out why it pays to book your reward stay through the app here.) Continue reading Hotels.com Reward Booking Headache Ends With Great Customer Service
If I’m thinking about pizza around the US, the places I think of most would be New York (really Brooklyn), Chicago and Connecticut.
Around five or six years back, I heard about an area in Pennsylvania dubbing themself the Pizza Capital of the World! I had to find out for myself about the area by taking a trip to Old Forge, PA. Continue reading Find Out About Our Visit To Old Forge, PA- Pizza Capital of the World
One of my favorite sites is Atlas Obscura. Atlas Obscura claims to be, “the definitive guide to the world’s hidden wonders.” I’d agree with their claim as on the site we’ve found lots of interesting and off the beaten path things to visit over the years.
During our visit to Iceland, we came across a somewhat bizarre attraction that I wanted to check out as long as it wasn’t really out of the way.
As some of you may know, Bobby Fischer is probably one of the most famous chess players in the world. Continue reading Searching For Bobby Fischer in Iceland
Thanks to COVID-19, face masks are a necessary accessory.
It’s now mandatory to wear face masks in stores, restaurants and while flying. (We’ve yet to fly since the pandemic began.)
Like a few other airlines, United Airlines has a new rule pertaining to what kind of face masks are allowed to be worn during flights. Continue reading Face Masks With Valves Banned By United Airlines
The prize includes airfare, a three-night hotel stay, dinner at a Conde Naste recommended restaurant and more.
The Michael W Travels family visited France over winter break 2018 and had an incredible time. (This was my first visit to Paris in around 20 years.) Continue reading Win A Trip For Two To Paris from Conde Naste
We’re hoping to take a few road trips this month. It won’t be much compared to previous summer trips but these are some crazy times… Continue reading How Hyatt Made Theo’s Birthday Extra Special, Ridiculous Street Signs- Hawaii, Win A Trip To US Open or $10,000 & More- The Rehash!
- Fox News says an App Described As Airbnb For Swimming Pools Surges In Popularity.
- USA Today: 2 Jetblue Employees Died Of Coronavirus Complications On Same Day.
- CNN writes A Georgia Teen On Her First Skydive Died When The Chutes Failed.
- BBC reports BA Staff And Plane Fanatics Hunt For 747 Souvenirs.
If the winner chooses to to take the trip, the prize includes airfare, a three-night hotel stay, even tickets and more! Continue reading Win A Trip For 4 To The 2021 US Open Tennis Championship or $10,000
During our visit to Nepal, Hyatt helped me celebrate visiting my 100th country with an awesome surprise. Due to this and another Hyatt stay during our trip, we were beyond impressed with the company’s customer service.
At the end of our trip, we stayed at the Hyatt Regency Mumbai. Continue reading Find Out How Hyatt Made Theo’s Birthday Extra Special Last Year!