by Chris Leadbeater, The Telegraph, April 18, 2018 When Pete Townshend was finessing the lyrics to what would become the most totemic track in The Who's back catalogue, Won't Get Fooled Again, he probably wasn't envisaging the demise of the Castro era in Cuba. After all, … [Read more...] about What Does the End of the Castro Era Mean for Tourists?
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I literally cannot believe it is March already! Yesterday marked exactly 5 weeks until we head off on 100 days of travel around Europe and on Sunday we booked our flights home to Australia in July! This year has sped by so fast already and we’ve had a few lovely getaways to … [Read more...] about Monthly Recap: January & February
Wednesday newsletters always feature a luxury hotel and/or flight review. Today: Review of The Langham, urban sophistication in Chicago (USA). Location: Google Maps Address: 330 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, USA Hotel website: The … [Read more...] about Hotel review: The Langham Chicago (USA)
London may be one of the most expensive cities in the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a cheap or even free weekend in London! In fact, some of the best things to do in London are actually free so whether you’re a local looking for some inspiration or … [Read more...] about How to have a free weekend in London
HANGZHOU, China - Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (Norwegian), a leading global cruise company, announced the launch of a new partnership with Alibaba Group, the world's largest online and mobile commerce company. The two companies will leverage Norwegian's expertise in … [Read more...] about Norwegian Cruise Line partners with Alibaba Group to enter the China cruise market
Let me take you back to January 1989. InsideFlyer was a mere three years old at that time and already I was being besieged by readers asking me to tell them which frequent flyer programs were truly the best. And I did tell them. But I soon realized that I was examining the value … [Read more...] about Freddie Awards