Now that vacation season is over, it’s time to start thinking about ways to be a better traveler. Do you really want to look like a clueless tourist the next time you board a flight? Didn’t think so.
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What do passengers steal from planes? Anything that isn’t bolted down.
Among the items snatched from commercial flights: coffee mugs, cutlery, blankets and life jackets.
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When Lynn Culver stays at a hotel, she helps herself to the soaps and shampoos in her room. If housekeeping replaces the items, she takes the new ones, too. Culver, a retired attorney from Lumberton, N.J., thinks you can steal from your hotel.
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If you want to quit your loyalty program, you might relate to John Franklin’s story. Actually, you might relate to it even if you don’t want to quit your loyalty program.
Franklin, an American Express cardholder since 1969, was trying to redeem some of the 500,000 points he’d accumulated on his card over the years. He thought it would be easy to turn the rewards into business-class tickets to Brazil.
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What can you do when your airline gives you the cold shoulder? That’s not a hypothetical question for Kate Sawma. She was blocked on social media by her airline during a recent customer service dispute.
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