Check out the link below for some good tips on travel sites, and apps to help you have smooth travels the next time you fly. https://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-tips/what-to-do-before-flight?hid=b1242e8fbb4ccf5f7faeaf2d15119e08d64d4c5f&did=7938321-20230121&utm_source=tal&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=tal-ten_newsletter&utm_content=012123&lctg=b1242e8fbb4ccf5f7faeaf2d15119e08d64d4c5f
Hotel Check In/Out Tips
I normally request extra towels, and shampoo when I travel with my family. As the 3, or 4 towels just don’t do it for us. Very rarely is that request fulfilled when we arrive. I end up having to go down to the front desk, and ask. The article link below gives you some insight…
Ultra Secret, Invite-Only Elite Statuses Airlines Don’t Want You to Know About | Condé Nast Traveler
This article is pretty interesting in learning how some frequent flyers get amazing rewards, and perks. https://www.cntraveler.com/story/airlines-secret-elite-statuses?utm_source=nl&utm_brand=cnt&utm_mailing=CNT_Daily_AM_081620&utm_campaign=aud-dev&utm_medium=email&bxid=5cb4deb324c17c34e555a662&cndid=4510942&hasha=2907cbe37ff47ea35eb9529da621cf41&hashb=8923939fe6911a95f69358cab36dc70472c986ae&hashc=1c69242955973db4e02eb22df33749689a0ca2d38705a92478eb61ca73ae920e&esrc=SHINE_REBLOO_SWPS_17&utm_content=Final&utm_term=CNT_Daily I don’t see myself being able to travel as much as some of the elite travelers mentioned in the article. Maybe if you owned a company where your employees fly alot. You would spend $50,000 in airline purchases.