It’s what we should expect of airlines and hotels, a federal advisory panel said this week.
Pena De Sola and her husband frequently travel to Spain from the United States, often renting apartments for their trips. On this particular trip, they rented from Mar Blau Apartments in Gandia, a coastal town in Eastern Spain on the Mediterranean.
Sounds lovely, right?
VIP lounges. Chauffeur-driven Porsches that drive you to the airport. Decadent in-flight amenities.
Airlines have been making headlines lately for piling on the perks for the first class customers, even while the industry has been criticized for its enthusiastic participation in what critics call the “race to the bottom.”
Taking your child to college is a bittersweet time for most parents. There is pride in your offspring and sadness at seeing your little bird leave the nest.
Becky Hawks was experiencing these mixed emotions when she packed her son and all his belongings up, and they made the road trip from Elyria, Ohio, to Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, Colo., driving out so he would have a car there.
If you’re like me, letters from lawyers make your heart skip a beat. So when I received an email that warned I would be “legally prosecuted” if I didn’t immediately send money, I swallowed hard. Who wouldn’t?
The TSA announced today that its PreCheck program has reached a new milestone: an enrollment of more than 1.5 million travelers.
But is the news something to cheer or something to jeer?