Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
- Lee from Bald Thoughts reminds everyone who’s staying at Kimpton Hotel this summer to make sure and give the “Secret Password” for your added perks upon check-in.
- The TWA Hotel at JFK Airport sure isn’t having the best time since opening, as this article tells how the food court was closed by NYC Health Inspectors just a few days after opening.
- If there’s one place where companies are allowed to jab at each other, it’s on Twitter. Matthew from Live and Let’s Fly highlighted Delta’s not-too-subtle dig at American about In Flight Entertainment.
- Gary from View from the Wing shared a story about how a man was charged $4,600 by Expedia for a single night at Holiday Inn Express in Minnesota. Most of that charge was for the hotel’s resort fee and taxes. Ouch.
- Lucky (Ben) from One Mile at a Time writes about a new mandatory health insurance fee that Thailand will be charging all visitors to the country.
- Shawn from Miles to Memories writes about how a scenic train trip on Amtrak through the Rockies turned into a travel nightmare.
- John from Loyalty Lobby writes about a lawsuit against American Airlines over not allowing pre-boarding for people with nut allergies.
- Ric from Loyalty Traveler shared information about Best Western’s summer promotion where you can earn $20 travel card after a single stay.
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