There has been a bunch of JetBlue related posts over the past few months due to the upcoming changes being made by the airline.
After writing about these changes, I never would’ve expected to book a flight, let alone a paid one with JetBlue. However, a pretty decent fare to a place that I’ve long wanted to visit presented itself…
It’s been a week since I last wrote about our Trip to Oklahoma. I wanted to finish the final installment so here is a post about some of the things we did during our final day in Tulsa.
After spending some time at Oktoberfest during the first two days of our trip we figured our last day would best be spent checking out the sites around Tulsa. This included checking out a couple of more Route 66 sites, meeting up with a local twitter travel friend, eating some tasty BBQ and checking out a couple of museums. Continue reading More Rt 66, BBQ & Museums: Oklahoma Trip: Day 3→
Over Lucas first 2+ years traveling, he’s visited just a shade under 50 airports.
Over this time we’ve come across some airports which have really fun play areas for kids. As great as these play areas can seem, there have also been times where we’ve had to avoid or distract Lucas from seeing them. When you’re in a rush to catch a flight, there isn’t always time for a play pit-stop! Continue reading Best Airports For Kids→
After writing a post based on a Fodor’s article about 10 Things Not to DO at Disney World, I felt it was fitting to finally write a little about our experience at an amazing festival (which has some rides).
During our trip Back to The Balkans we flew with Air Berlin to get to/ from our destinations. Over the past couple of years we’ve flown with the airline a few times, finding award availability using our American Airlines AAdvantage miles.
If Air Berlin wasn’t a member of oneworld(making it a partner of AA) our summer trip to the Balkans and last years trip to Germany for Oktoberfest may have not even happened.