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Biz Class to Santiago, Chile for $1035

Fly to Santiago, Chile in Business Class by September 30 for $1,035. The Flight Deal highlights this great deal from JFK on TAM. As they point out, economy class is often this much, so if you wanted to go, this is a great way to do it. You might even see a pack of wild […]

Required trekking gears during a trek in Nepal

A tip on required trekking gears during a trek in Nepal, that help every trekker to enjoy a safe and light walking adventure in the Himalayas of Nepal. The post Required trekking gears during a trek in Nepal appeared first on Explore Himalaya Travel & Adventure.

Experience the Beauty of Sweden

7 minutes agoLifestyle / Travel : JetSetta

The Kingdom of Sweden is a Scandinavian gem in Northern Europe. This Northern beauty and mother of vikings offers plenty of activities and must-see sites which cannot be experienced elsewhere. Go and ride a dogsledge in north in winter or enjoy the beautiful archipelago during the summer, Sweden basically has it all. Show More Summary

500 Bonus Points For Hyatt Mobile Booking

Mobile bookings are becoming increasingly popular for hotels, so it's no surprise that hotels want to provide an incentive for you to download their app and book through it. After all, when you're on the go and need to make a same night...Show More Summary

The Diminishing Marginal Return On Hotel Breakfast

One of my favorite hotel elite perks is complimentary breakfast. As I've explained before, my two preferred hotel chains are Hyatt and Starwood. In general I'd say Hyatt does breakfast best, as you receive a full, hot breakfast as aShow More Summary

Should You Complain On Flight About Bad Service?

Reader Craig posted an interesting question in the "Ask Lucky" forum. While it's a fairly long story/question, I do think it raises an interesting question, which is why I think it's worth answering here: I have the utmost respect for the majority of crew. Show More Summary

5 Most Rewarding Credit Cards For Everyday Spend

The primary way I rack up miles & points are through credit cards. That's primarily through maximizing my return on everyday spend, as well as through the lucrative sign-up bonuses offered by card issuers. Last month I wrote a post about which credit cards I use for each bonus category. Show More Summary

How Tough Is It To Redeem Alaska Miles On Emirates?

Emirates first class is one of my favorite first class products in the world. From the perspective of maximizing fun while flying, it really is tough to beat. I remember my first flight in Emirates first class like it was yesterday. Between...Show More Summary

Up To 30% Bonus On Purchased Hyatt Points

Through August 31, 2015, Hyatt Gold Passport is offering up to a 30% bonus on the purchase of points. This comes literally right after Hyatt offered a targeted 40% bonus to elite members, which ended on July 31, 2015. If you max out the promotion and purchase 55,000 points you’d receive a total of 71,500 Gold Passport points. Show More Summary

Will Delta’s Partner Awards Become Crazy Expensive Too?

[T]he way to get value out of SkyMiles remains to use them for international business class awards on partner airlines. And the funny thing is, that's how you'd usually get value out of SkyMiles even before their recent devaluations. There's frequently a huge discrepancy in pricing between awards on Delta and awards on partners. Show More Summary

Airline Route Launched With a Limerick and a Frequent Flyer PROGRAM That Will Expire

I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Airline Route Launched With a Limerick and a Frequent Flyer PROGRAM That Will Expire...

How to Snag Etihad First Class Awards

A reader asks for advice in securing Etihad first class awards. They are a fantastic value with American Airlines miles, and the product is one of the very best for the seat, food, and amenities. And there are some patterns to watch to book these awards like an expert. Continue reading How to Snag Etihad First Class Awards...

Are Airfares Too High… Or Just Right? Here’s How to Get Cheaper Airfares

The old joke about how to become a millionaire quickly is to start off with a billion dollars and invest in an airline. The idea that airlines are profit-generating machines, earning unfair rates of return on the backs of consumers, is hard to square with this. Show More Summary

7 Reasons to Visit the Mall of America in Minnesota

Mall of America is a massive shopping center located in Bloomington, Minnesota, just 10 miles from downtown Minneapolis. It’s the largest shopping mall in the United States and has a plethora of retail shops and activities covering four levels. Show More Summary

We are all Meant to Soar.

I find myself surrounded, more and more, by individuals who are just plodding through life

Guns, Diamonds & Drugs: The Best (& Worst) Gifts from my Lovers.

My first boyfriend gave me earrings for Christmas, though my ears had never been pierced. He hadn’t noticed, he said. I wondered quietly how that was possible. For I had noticed every freckle on his nose, and knew even the shadows his lashes cast on his cheek when he’d held me at sunset. I had noticed how […]

Fear and Falling In Las Vegas: Why I Jumped.

We all have them. The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. The stories that become

The Greasy Pole at Saint Peter's Fiesta in Gloucester, Massachusetts

Every summer since 1927, the Italian fishing community of Gloucester, Massachusetts celebrates Saint Peter with a festival that is equal parts deeply religious and overtly joyous, marking the passage of both a year of protection at sea...Show More Summary

The History of Vending Machines Goes Back to the 1st Century

(Image: Courtesy Tedium) Vending machines are one of the few things keeping us away from the dream of a cashless society. The devices, which offer up an array of items for a little bit of pocket change, are silent but prevalent. They...Show More Summary

FOUND: Mysterious Photos of Beautiful Women

Who is this? (Photo: Meagan Abell/Facebook) Who is the woman in this picture? Who took it? Where is she? Meagan Abell, a photographer herself, found the negatives of these images at a thrift store. "From what I could tell," she writes...Show More Summary

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