Flight Delays and Cancellations of Top Four U.S. Airlines

Flight Delays - DIA

Many years ago, two weeks before a trip to Paris, France we got an email from American Airlines that they had made minor changes to an upcoming flight (I guess a 6-hour difference is minor to them). I honestly don’t know how they are still in business.  That was when we decided to stop flying American. We were sick and tired of all their flight delays, and cancellations. Thus on a trip a few years ago we had two first-class tickets to NYC in October just to use up their miles as we did not, and still don’t, plan to fly them again if possible. Continue reading “Flight Delays and Cancellations of Top Four U.S. Airlines”

Dog Beaches and Dog Parks in Florida – Bring Fido

Dog Beaches - 1As we head into spring and summer most people are now thinking about vacations and where to go. With that in mind, I was inspired by the vacation rental site Tripping.com and want to share the following top 10  friendly dog parks and dog beaches in Florida. After all, Fido wants to join you on your vacation too. I know our dogs Dolly and Belle always love(d) to go and explore new places with us. Below is a picture of them at a local lake here in Colorado. Continue reading “Dog Beaches and Dog Parks in Florida – Bring Fido”

LAX Traffic – Avoid the Worst of the LA Freeways to get to LAX Airport

We were currently in LA for the holidays and I remembered why we moved out of Southern CA, THE TRAFFIC, especially on the LA Freeways. It royally sucks, no other way to say it. With this in mind, I asked Gene to write up a short post about getting back to the airport while avoiding some of the most horrible LAX Traffic on the freeways – aka parking lots, lol.   He was a courier in the LA area for almost 18 years and drove at least 50, 000 – 60,000 miles a year on these congested freeways. Thus, he has had a lot of experience trying to avoid the daily backups. Please let us know if you have any questions. Continue reading “LAX Traffic – Avoid the Worst of the LA Freeways to get to LAX Airport”

Traveling Problems – 7 Practical Ways to Avoid Them

Traveling Problems 1This traveling problems post is a guest post written by Amit Chauhan. Bio Below. In the meantime, enjoy her post.

In this technological era, flying and traveling across different countries is very common. People love to travel to make their daily routine interesting and get a stressful life.

Are you also fond of visiting different places but scared of traveling problems and stress? Don’t Worry! Here are some practical solutions which will help you to get rid of significant hassles which you might face while moving from one place to another. Continue reading “Traveling Problems – 7 Practical Ways to Avoid Them”

The Horror Living near Denver, Colorado

Horror - Ghost ImageIf you love horror movies, stores, and legends, Denver is the place to be according to an article posted by CBS Denver. They describe the horror living in Denver and some of the most haunted places throughout the Denver area.  Continue if you dare, lol Continue reading “The Horror Living near Denver, Colorado”

Checked Baggage Fees of 4 Top US Airline Carriers

Carry-On LuggageWhile doing research for my Airline Flight Delays and Cancellations post, I came across a lot of references for checked baggage fees, thus I decided to do more research and gather info for the same four U.S. carriers: American, Delta, Southwest, and United. Of course, check with your carrier, as these rules and fees can change without notice, especially right now when they are all being so cheap.  (do I sound like an announcer though, lol?)

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Virginia Beach, VA – Venture Out into this Beautiful Beach Area

Virginia Beach - 1Today’s post on Virginia Beach is a guest post written by Catherine W.  over at www.WellnessVoyager.com.  Catherine is passionate about seeing as much of the world as possible. Ms. Workman spreads her love of travel alongside her great colleagues at WellnessVoyager. Hope you enjoy today’s post. Please share any comments below.  Continue reading “Virginia Beach, VA – Venture Out into this Beautiful Beach Area”

Saint Louis Pet Friendly Places to Visit While in Missouri

Saint Louis Pet Friendly -Dog ParkAs I stated in a previous post, 8 FREE things to do in St. Louis, we were getting ready to plan a trip to Saint Louis and were looking for a few things to do.  It was a road trip, so we were bringing our fur babies with us on our trip.  With that in mind, I wanted to find a few free Saint Louis pet-friendly things we could do with them that are also fun and enjoyable for us as well. Here are eight parks and places where they are welcome that seem the most interesting to us. Of course each group and family are different, but I am sure you can find something the whole group will enjoy. Hope you find this list of dog parks, etc helpful. Continue reading “Saint Louis Pet Friendly Places to Visit While in Missouri”

Which Countries Prefer Left Hand Drive Over Right Hand Drive? Why?

Left Hand Drive 1As we were getting ready to head to Germany in May of 2018 a co-worker and I were talking about driving on the Autobahn. This conversation somehow led us to talk about driving on the left side of the road versus driving on the right side of the road. Even though German drivers, as well as most of Europe, drive on the right also, it made me stop and think why some countries drive on the left. The only time I remember us driving on the left-hand side was when we were in England and Wales. It was quite an interesting experience, lol It also made me wonder how many countries actually do drive on the left. So I did a little research. Continue reading “Which Countries Prefer Left Hand Drive Over Right Hand Drive? Why?”

Traveling With Pets: Your Guide to Driving With Your Furry Friends

Traveling With Pets - Dog PrintsWe recently had a great time doing some read trips with our puppies here in Colorado and planning to drive to CA for Thanksgiving. With the holidays upon us, I am sure there will be a lot of people traveling with pets to Grandma’s house, etc. We have taken MANY road trips with our furry friends (over 20 states I believe) and it has sometimes been apparent that there are many dog-friendly towns. There were so many dogs walking around with their owners, enjoying the warm weather. It was so nice sitting out on a patio with other dog owners and having a beer and some pizza.

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