Alaska Airlines and Major League Soccer’s Portland Timbers are currently running a sweepstakes, giving away 1,000,000 Mileage Plan miles!
In the contest, 10 winners will each win 100,000 miles!
I’ve been collecting and saving my Alaska Airlines miles to use towards a future trip. An additional 100,000 miles would definitely help my cause so I’d love to win this prize!
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The two NYC airports, JFK and LaGuardia will soon have the capabilities to test passengers for COVID-19.
The airports will have testing facilities set up “
to screen passengers arriving intoaccording to Lonely Planet for signs of COVID-19″, New York City . Continue reading NYC Airports JFK and LaGuardia Will Test Passengers For COVID-19
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
When most people think of pizza destinations, I think it’s fair to say that New York and Italy primarily come to mind.
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
I love coming across funny signs both at home and while traveling around the world. Most of the time these signs aren’t meant to be funny, regardless, humor can be found in them.
From time to time, I post about funny signs which I like to call,
. Ridiculous Street Signs
For the past few years, I’ve been a member of a Facebook group called,
. In the group, you can ask questions about harder to reach destinations and get lots of great tips and advice from a group full of experienced travelers. Every Passport Stamp Continue reading Contributor Ridiculous Street Signs #16: Cebu City- Jesus Is My All…
There seems to be a national day for just about anything and everything, especially foods.
Today, July 13 is a very special day. It’s National French Fries Day and McDonald’s wants to help you celebrate!
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The has inspired many around the world to make food a big part of their travels. late Anthony Bourdain
While planning to visit new places, I look for ideas where to eat based on places featured on Food/ Travel shows. Places recommended by Anthony Bourdain tend to just about always be really good.
On the New Jersey episode of Parts Unknown (which aired back in 2015), Bourdain visited Hiram’s Roadstand in Fort Lee. Since seeing the episode, I’ve wanted to visit.
Continue reading A Stop On The Anthony Bourdain Food Trail: Hiram’s Roadstand
Work has been underway at New York City’s LaGuardia Airport for quite some time now and I recently came across some great news!
Gothamist reported that a
Shiny New LaGuardia Terminal Half-Opens With BBQ And Hand Sanitizer.
Continue reading Half Of A New Terminal At LaGuardia Airport Recently Opened!