I recently read a great article from CNN Travel about airline fares, and the ways that they price them. The article was very interesting and explained a lot of things that I did not know about how airlines determine what fares to offer at different times leading up to a flight. If you have ever… Continue reading Airline Fare Pricing: Finding the Best Deals
All airlines have hard cutoff times for passenger check-in. If you try to check in beyond this time, then odds are you will not be flying on your scheduled flight that day, unless your flight is delayed for some reason. Most airlines will recommend that you arrive at least two hours prior to your scheduled… Continue reading Airline Tips: The Check-In Process
This graphic is for six popular US based airlines. Let me know if you need any information about another airline, or have specific questions beyond what is listed. I would be happy to help!
It doesn’t matter where you’re going, you are going to need to bring at least a couple forms of payment with you when on the road. There is nothing worse than getting stuck in a situation where the restaurant/merchant/hotel/airline does not accept what you have. It’s embarrassing, and not being able to pay for something… Continue reading Travel Finance: The Forms of Payment You Need When Traveling
Beijing is the capital city of China and is one of the most iconic cities in the country. It is well known for its history and many recent events like the 2008 Summer Olympics. If you are planning to travel to China then Beijing is a great place to see, there are lots of things… Continue reading Travel To Beijing: A Few Notes On The City
The Great Wall of China is one of the most recognizable structures in the world. If you are ever in Beijing, it is definitely one of the must see attractions that is near the city. The Great Wall is very popular with tourists from around the world, and there are several sections of the wall… Continue reading Great Wall of China: Jinshanling, More Wall, Less Tourists