It doesn’t happen to all of us, but every once in a while the airline gods smile on someone and, for whatever reason, they get an upgrade.
Here’s what happened when an impressionable traveler experienced a world a luxuries he didn’t know existed, when he got an unexpected upgrade:
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When you check in to a motel or hotel, most desk clerks make an effort to say something to the effect of, “If there’s anything we can do to make your visit better, let us know.” Some places don’t mean it, of course (“Hi! Do you have 100% goose down pillows here at Motel 6? You don’t? Oh, OK.”) and sometimes the requests are easy, like getting an extra set of towels. And then there are these people who sometimes ask for a little something more…some do it for fun, some are dead serious. All are really funny! Here are some examples…
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Whether you’ve been flying for 45 minutes or 4.5 hours, it invariably happens…the plane lands and at least one person claps.
What’s up with that?
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Can it really be the end of the month already? Wow! Besides being the month of our Facebook Group‘s “birthday” (it turned ONE YEAR OLD on February 25th, y’all!), the same group surpassed 5,000 members ON ITS ACTUAL BIRTHDAY! February was also record-breaking month for us in terms of readership – THANK-YOU, travel friends!
Here are our most popular posts for February 2019. Several of them were actually written before February (some were written QUITE a while before – heads up that rules and offers change and we can’t guarantee that those older ones are still accurate), so take a look so you don’t miss any of the good stuff:
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For some people in the points/miles/travel world, flying First Class is an everyday occurrence to the point where it’s no big deal to them. Maybe they have a bajillion miles because they churn credit cards and know how to spend well or something like that. Or maybe they’re fortunate enough to be able to spend the
ridiculous amount of money airlines ask for a First Class seat. Or maybe their company is willing to foot that bill. Perhaps they’re able to pull First Class every once in a great while, with careful frequent flyer mile savings. Or perhaps they’re like most of us who might get to glance at the First Class section while walking to Coach, but that’s as close as we get.
Welp, for the rest of us, here’s a funny (and clean!) video of a “only see First Class as they pass by it” passenger during his very first experience in First Class, as well as after he landed:
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