Upgraded: Passenger discontent with frequent flyer miles devaluation A miffed Continental customer is suing the airline for charging him fees and higher mileage levels when trying to book an award ticket with his OnePass miles. He’s suing for...

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Downgraded: Uses of college budgets I know that baggage fees suck, but is refunding students who fly back to school their $15 or $25 baggage fees really the best use of college funds? Downgraded: “Fakeproof” passports I love stories...

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Downgraded: Hotel-room glasses I’m always a little wary of those glasses in hotel rooms, but now we’ve got hidden-camera proof that we shouldn’t be using them — or washing them ourselves before every use. Fox Atlanta...

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29
Mar
2007

Google, either encouraging physical fitness or zero population growth, offers the above helpful suggestion when mapping the route from Chicago to London. Click the image for a larger screenshot, or see here for the full directions and map of the...

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Categorized in: bizarre, maps
27
Oct
2006
Posted by: Mark Ashley

Everyone knows that you can map your driving route using MapQuest or Google Maps. No surprises there. But beyond simply telling you where to go, there are more and more so-called “mashups” that combine maps with other travel-relevant...

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Categorized in: maps, travel
29
Jul
2006

Parking at the airport? Before you automatically grab a ticket at the airport’s official parking lot, consider the site AboutAirportParking. The site uses Google Maps to show the locations of the various airport area parking sites, with...

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Categorized in: airport parking, maps, travel