From the outside it looked like one of the best restaurants in town, so we had to go inside and check it out.
208 Talbot in St Michaels, Maryland, is an elegant little restaurant perfect for any occasion: a romantic dinner with your loved one, family gatherings or even a happy hour with friends.
Prices seemed fair [...]
I found out about airfarewatchdog a couple of years ago when I was searching for airfare deals, and since then I became a huge fan of these guys. Their search engine is not really that different from many others I typically use, though their fare alerts typically show unadvertised deals, based on the departure airport(s) [...]
I had mentioned about Expert Flyer here on kristraveler.com before. Here’s another article from the WSJ that gives more details of how it works and also mentions another tool – MileageManager.
Have Miles but Can’t Get a Seat? How to Snare One
JANUARY 14, 2010 By SCOTT MCCARTNEY
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Even though recession-weary consumers may [...]
Going to New York in the near future? Then you have to check this website: NewYorkology
Sure, there are many (and many!) books and online guides to New York, but few are as fun or up-to-date with everything that’s going on in the city as NewYorkology is.
I’ve been following their tweets for a couple of months [...]
I’ve used Expert Flyer’s service before, and while I’m still not convinced it was worth my $9.99 a month for finding upgradeable seats - as with other free tools such as SeatCounter (which I talk about in this post) I can track the flights I need myself – I found it useful for other features, such [...]
I was trying to get an upgrade for my next flight to Hawaii, though upgrade seats were sold out. And since there’s no waitlist for upgrades, I have to check on a daily basis to see if anything opens, otherwise try my luck 2 hours before the flight at the airport.
SeatCounter is a simple website, though [...]
Gary Leff, from the View from the Wing blog, launched a service for booking award trips – something I hadn’t heard so far though long needed. While his service is not cheap, and you may not see the value for a simple round trip domestic travel, his customized and detailed work can come in handy for those [...]
As airlines change their policies daily and add fees or restrictions to every step of yours from the buying process until you land back home, travel insurance may be the only alternative left for you to have some flexibility and peace of mind in your trip.
InsureMyTrip is a ‘travel insurance aggregator’, basically a one-stop-shop site that allows [...]
We all know New York is a very expensive city, but is it possible to enjoy the city on a tight budget? See the article below to get the most of Manhattan for much less than you expected.
New York for Free
From the Guardian, Oct 17th, 2009 | Rob Grader
Follow our four-day itinerary – including Broadway shows, [...]
This would actually be quite funny if it wasn’t so real….
8 things an airline would never tell you - Insiders expose little-known facts the industry would rather you didn’t think about
By Alexander Basek | Updated: 5:49 p.m. ET Sept. 1, 2009
“Airport luggage scales often lie.”
It’s bad enough that the airlines charge a fee for overweight luggage, varying [...]