I grew up in Staten Island, NY and so, of course, the Staten Island Ferry is near and dear to my heart. Most of the ferries are named after famous Staten Island people or towns, or those who served political office such as Alice Austen (a photographer who also introduced tennis to the United States.), John F. Kennedy and Samuel I. Newhouse (the Staten Island Advance’s [S.I.’s daily newspaper] publisher from 1922 to 1979). But other vessels around the world are sometimes named a different way.
Happy Saturday, friends! Here’s a recap of what we wrote this week:
Joe wrote about:
- Whether or not you can relive vacation memories from your past
- His review of the Thunderbird Lodge in Grand Canyon, Arizona
- Why you should keep your Sapphire Preferred card
- An easy way to get 300 bonus stars from Starbucks
- How to earn double points for Hyatt stays until the end of the year
Sharon wrote about:
- The new program where you can actually eat breakfast at Tiffany’s
- Traveling the world one photobomb at a time
- A website for anyone who has ever had to deal with annoying people on a plane
- The best name for a ferry, ever!
- Southwest Airlines adding live concerts to its in-air entertainment
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