Happy Wednesday 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.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas, right? (for those of you who, like my husband, are saying. “WRONG!,” just….shup! LOLOL!)
Well, for those of you who love all things Christmas as much as I do, there’s good news! The people who have been making the world’s largest Christmas light maze since 2016 are coming back this year! And not only will there be THREE mazes around the country to choose from (St. Petersburg, FL, Seattle, WA and Washington D.C.), but tickets are now on sale!
I’m hoping I’m wrong, but I did the research and don’t think I am. It really sounds as if select airlines (read: some, but not all) are giving preferential treatment to passengers who are having or just had babies, or who are welcoming children into their families.
I was reading about travel on a message group the other day and someone who has status on Air Canada (their program is called “Altitude”) mentioned they were taking advantage of this offer from the airline:
An Australian woman has been traveling the world with a life sized cardboard cutout of her husband since 2017 and it’s not a weird as you would initially think.
Little (and not-so-little) kids (and lots of grown-up kids, too) have been playing with model train sets since the 1840s, and the hobby only became more popular when electric trains made their debut in the early 20th century. Equally as beloved to its enthusiasts, miniature airports have been keeping their foot in the door of models over the years, as well. And one of the biggest, if not the largest miniature airport in the world is in Germany.