A family in Spain was arrested with what most would consider some pretty crazy cargo in their vehicles.
According to T+L, “when police noticed some suspicious driving, a short car chase ended with...” four tons of oranges. Continue reading Family Arrested In Spain, Had Over 8,000 Pounds Of Oranges In Cars
Have you ever wondered why airports have carpet?
I can’t say that I have but one might think that non-carpeted floors would be easier to clean and maintain. I’d also guess that carpets in airports need to frequently be replaced due to wear and tear. Continue reading Ever Wonder Why Airports Have Carpet?
I’m not sure how I didn’t come across this until sweepstakes until today…
Earlier in the day I received an e-mail from Travel and Leisure about a sweepstakes they’re currently running. In the Travel + Leisure 15 Days of Travel Giveaways, “T+L editors are sharing their favorite , must have travel essentials and giving you a chance to win them“. Continue reading Travel + Leisure Is Giving Away A Prize Per Day Until 12/22
Airbnb has proven to be a great option when your looking for non-traditional lodging options.
What’s nice about Airbnb is that you can find places in more desirable locations for cheaper prices than at hotels. You also get to meet locals and learn a bit about the destination (well at least if you chat with your hosts). Continue reading Top Airbnb Host Made $15,000,000 In One Year!
Last week I wrote about a bizarre story about two strangers performing a sex act during a Delta Airlines flight. What made the story odd was that the FBI was investigating the situation.
I’m not exactly sure of the laws but does the FBI really need to be involved? Can’t local law enforcement where the plane lands just give a summons or some sort of fine? Continue reading Update On Strangers Who Performed Sex Act During Flight
When you fly in a private jet I’d assume that the service has got to be top notch. All of the attention is on you and your small party of fellow passengers.
When you fly commercial, odds are pretty high that there are many passengers for the flight crew to take care of, regardless of what cabin you’re flying in.
The most personal attention that we’ve ever had was on a flight with Singapore Air when Kim, Lucas and I plus one other passenger, were the only ones flying in Business Class. Continue reading Woman Was Only Passenger On 189 Passenger Jet2 Flight To Greece
Pets are allowed at some hotels for an extra fee. Typically, if you’re bringing your pet, most would figure that you’re bringing a dog or cat.
One Super 8 Hotel in Kentucky allowed a much larger pet inside their hotel. Continue reading Find Out What Animal Was Allowed Inside A Super 8 Hotel
Social media sites are great ways to stay in touch with friends and family. And what better way is there to share your vacation photos than to post them on social media!
An article by Travel + Leisure mentions that, “The average person spends about nine hours of a weeklong vacation on social media, according to a study from Expedia.”
So are people wasting their vacation time on social media? Continue reading Is Social Media Ruining Your Vacation?
After reading this you might want to reevaluate the idea of using one of the amenities in your hotel room in the future.
Coffee is clearly a very popular beverage and a must-drink each day for many people. A cup of coffee can easily set you back $3-$4 a pop. Luckily, the majority of hotel rooms come with a hot water kettle so you can make a cup of coffee (or tea) in your room. Continue reading You Might Not Want To Use This In Your Hotel Room
Most people like JetBlue. They have free snacks and free entertainment like WiFi and DIRECTV. No, they don’t offer free checked bags anymore but what could be so bad about the inflight experience?
Feet. Yes, feet would be the answer for one passenger on a recent JetBlue flight. Continue reading Find Out Why A Passenger Had a Nightmare JetBlue Flight