We have a difference of opinion in our household about the necessity of printing a boarding pass. While I’m satisfied with pulling up the pass on the airlines app, the digital wallet on my phone or from a text message link, Sharon still prefers me printing out our boarding passes before a trip.
Some things aren’t worth fighting about so I just go ahead and print the passes. It’s so bad that I even print the boarding pass for flights I’m taking myself.
When we’re on the road, it’s occasionally a different story.
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Things are heating up in the skies above the greater Central Florida area, as some local airports fight over who gets to use the word “Orlando” in their name.
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Happy Saturday friends, and hooray, it’s finally the weekend! Here’s a recap of what we wrote on YMMV this week. From great travel deals to what we’ve written to what others wrote that we really liked and wanted to share, it’s all here, in one convenient place!
Continue reading “Our Parade In NOLA, Marriott Massacred Its Own Contest, Why Do We Think We Deserve Special Treatment? + More”
Coming on the heels of LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark Liberty (EWR) Airports beginning their respective huge construction projects to bring them into the 21st century, John F. Kennedy International Airport is finally getting a huge renovation!
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The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency works hard to keep our borders safe. More often than not, they’re able to seize drugs or laundered money that have/has been hidden in unusual places such as a foozball table, people’s underpants, salt and pepper shakers, toys, etc. But recently they seized something that wasn’t drugs or money, and the K9 who found it probably REALLY wanted some…
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