Take Your Carrier to Court Day
As President Bush winds up his last week in office, here's something to ponder, especially if you happen to be sitting on a plane held on the tarmac. One of his administration's last acts in the transportation field was to approve a policy that could open the way for consumers to sue airlines in state courts for any action that might violate their "contract of carriage," that pact that, unbeknownst to most travelers, goes into effect each time an airline sells you a ticket.
Haunted Hotels in America
Haunted hotels in America listed by state, with links to ghost stories.
Since its opening in 1996, the Stratosphere has already become one of the most recognizable icons of the Strip. The tallest free-standing observation deck in the U.S., the tower is topped with the highest thrill rides in the world, a roller coaster and "Big Shot" which launches riders even higher than the 1,149 foot observation deck.
De-stress With a Do-it-Yourself Face Massage
In dealing with flights, I have always found it important to have ways to help myself reduce the stresses and anxieties that can come with air travel. From my eyeshades,...
Cheap Cruise Tips
How would you define "bargain" in the cruise industry? There are as many definitions as there are prospective travelers. In the end, all of them want to have memorable and...