The 2016 Summer Olympics are in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and they are waiving visa requirements during the Olympic games for citizens of the US, Canada, Japan, and Australia who are entering the country between Read full post »
Setting up airfare alerts can definitely help save you money when booking flights, and luckily there are dozens of sites that offer such a service — but finding one that fits your preferences can Read full post »
Over the years, we’ve had many readers share their success stories with us. Folks for whom traveling domestically once a year was a luxury are now traveling the world with just a few credit Read full post »
With over 4,000 properties in the family, Marriott is a juggernaut in the hotel world that will soon become even bigger with the acquisition of Starwood Resorts and Hotels. No matter where you’re going, Read full post »
We all took a hit several weeks ago when Avios discontinued the 4,500 Avios points one-way awards on short haul domestic flights. In reality, that award was too good to be true. Now the Read full post »
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