9 Things to Pack for Unpredictable Fall Weather: Because it can still be unseasonably warm (or cold) for Thanksgiving and Christmas. … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Holiday Travel Survival Guide
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My top suggestion for a fabulous dinner spot would be the Coyote Cafe. This is an elegant eatery which features local, Southwestern cuisine. I’d recommend starting off at their rooftop bar with delicious cocktails. Coyote Cafe is easily one of Santa Fe’s most renowned restaurants because of their creative menu by celebrity chef Mark Miller. Start with their Seared Diver Scallops and then try either their Telicherry Peppered Elk Tenderloin or the mouthwatering Pan-Seared Sea Bass as your main course. You cannot leave without ordering their Banana Cream Pie or Caramel Creme Brûlée. … [Read more...] about A Weekend Guide to Santa Fe, New Mexico
Tokyo Station isn’t your average train station either. It’s the biggest station in Japan and home to a ramen street, a character street, souvenir shops galore, and more Japanese confectionaries than one can eat in a single trip. This location makes visiting Tokyo with kids easy. … [Read more...] about Guide to Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Take advantage of the pre-boarding call meant for passengers with young children and anyone who needs extra assistance or time (perhaps you) getting onto the flight, especially if you’re sitting at the back of the plane. It spares fellow passengers from getting hip checked while you head down the aisle with bags in hand. This also gives you a chance to ask for a seat extender as you board (tell them your seat number), to get settled, and to adjust armrests as needed. … [Read more...] about 9 Tips for Savvy Plus-Size Travelers
The first fact you need to know is that, in recent years, airlines have adopted a policy of making widespread, preemptive cancellations in advance of an actual storm. They rely on weather reports in order to manage their planes and flight personnel more efficiently, to make sure planes and crews are in a position to re-start operations most readily, and to avoid the huge fines they have to pay if they strand you on the tarmac for more than three hours. While this approach occasionally means cancelling flights that could really have operated, for the most part, preemptive cancellations seem to work better. … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?