It’s the thing every traveler with a layover of any size dreads: a missed connection. It’s the thing every perpetually late traveler dreads: a missed flight.
New United Polaris Lounges are popping up all over the United States, with one now available in San Francisco, and my husband Steve and I were fortunate enough to pass through on our layovers to and from New Zealand recently.
Recently, someone asked a question about layovers. She said she had traveled a lot before, but always on a non-stop flight. She’d never had a layover before!
Are you loyal to a specific airline or airline alliance? Is it always best to go with the cheapest ticket on the cheapest flight? I think it depends, but here are some reasons airline loyalty may be worth looking into!
We’ve come a long way since the first hot air balloon took to the skies in France on November 21, 1783. There have been some blips and blimps along the way, but air travel is safer than ever, faster than ever!
Originally published 5 February 2014. This is the most romantic thing anyone has ever done for me! While I was sorry to leave Val, and I was so thankful for her and her Steve’s hospitality, I was looking forward to getting home to see my Steve when he picked me up at the airport inContinue reading “The Flight for True Love”
I’m about to confess something to you that I just hate to admit. The couple of days before a trip of any length–two days to two weeks–are so stressful! This time was no different. A series of stressful events are coming up that we have no control over, and to top it off, Steve wasContinue reading “A Day of Delight at Dulles!”