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How I Booked a Luxury Honeymoon in Japan and Vietnam Using Points and Miles - cntraveler.com - Japan - Usa - New York - city Tokyo - Vietnam
cntraveler.com
23.02.2024 / 23:33

How I Booked a Luxury Honeymoon in Japan and Vietnam Using Points and Miles

If it seems like everyone and their mother is trying to use points and miles to go to Japan these days, you’re not wrong. But can you really blame them? Between the people, the history, the culture, the architecture, the nightlife, the shopping, and of course, the food, Japan is an absolute dream of a destination for so many, including honeymooners planning their once-in-a-lifetime vacations.

Capital One-Discover merger: Here's what it means for consumers and the Credit Card Competition Act - thepointsguy.com - Usa
thepointsguy.com
23.02.2024 / 21:05

Capital One-Discover merger: Here's what it means for consumers and the Credit Card Competition Act

It's a giant banking merger that would create the nation's sixth-largest bank and have potentially significant implications for your credit cards. Capital One this week said it would purchase Discover Financial Services in an all-stock deal that would be worth some $35 billion. It would create the new largest credit card issuer in the world.

How Your Credit Card Can Get You an Airline Companion Ticket - afar.com - Usa - state Alaska
afar.com
23.02.2024 / 19:55

How Your Credit Card Can Get You an Airline Companion Ticket

AFAR partners with CreditCards.com and may receive a commission from card issuers. This site does not include all financial companies or all available financial offers. Compensation may impact how an offer is presented. Our coverage is independent and objective, and has not been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by any of these entities. Opinions expressed here are entirely those of the AFAR editorial team.

How to Pack for a Two-Week Trip With One Small Suitcase - nytimes.com - New York - city New York - Hawaiian
nytimes.com
22.02.2024 / 20:23

How to Pack for a Two-Week Trip With One Small Suitcase

Ask any frequent traveler their rules for a trip, and you’ll likely hear the same advice: Never check a bag. Carry-on only. But fitting everything you need, especially for a longer stay, into one small suitcase and one handbag or backpack requires some ingenuity: The maximum dimensions for luggage going into most overhead bins are 22 by 14 by 9 inches, and though the majority of domestic flights don’t have — or at least don’t enforce — weight limits, some international and trans-Pacific flights do (certain Delta flights to Asia, for example, have a limit of 22 pounds, while Hawaiian Airlines’s maximum is 25 pounds). The payoff, if you do get it right: quicker airport experiences that don’t involve the risk of lost luggage and, upon arrival, fewer decisions about what to wear. Here, tried-and-true tips from a few experts.

Join our free webinar to learn how to maximize business credit cards - thepointsguy.com
thepointsguy.com
22.02.2024 / 19:21

Join our free webinar to learn how to maximize business credit cards

There are many ways to leverage top credit cards to unlock a variety of rewards — including "free" flights, hotel rooms or even cold, hard cash back in your pocket. However, there's a key strategy that travelers often overlook in earning rewards: using business credit cards.

How To Make A Hawaii Solo Trip A Dream Vacation - forbes.com - state Missouri - state Hawaii - Hawaiian
forbes.com
22.02.2024 / 19:11

How To Make A Hawaii Solo Trip A Dream Vacation

Hawaii may be a known destination for honeymoons and weddings. But, the Aloha State is also a fantastic getaway for solo travelers looking to connect with nature. While there’s plenty of solo adventures on the islands — surfing, snorkeling, hiking, to name a few — solo travelers to Hawaii also have their pick of group tours that could include everything from whale watching tours off the coast of Maui to ATVing on red dirt paths through Kauai’s lush green pastures.

How to plan a trip to Bali, Indonesia - nationalgeographic.com - Indonesia
nationalgeographic.com
22.02.2024 / 09:51

How to plan a trip to Bali, Indonesia

The tropical Indonesian island of Bali has enticed travellers for over a century with its coralline seas, sacred volcanoes, mist-shrouded lakes and vibrant living heritage. A favoured holiday destination for antipodeans, Bali's irresistible beaches beckon backpackers, surfers and families alike. The south-coast areas of Seminyak, Kuta and Canggu, close to the airport, are where most visitors flock to, but it’s even better when you roam a little further.

Discover Japan Off The Beaten Path, From Osaka To Okinawa - forbes.com - Japan - state California - city Tokyo - North Korea
forbes.com
21.02.2024 / 00:33

Discover Japan Off The Beaten Path, From Osaka To Okinawa

Japan, slightly smaller geographically than California, boasts a much wider array of activities and attractions than most countries its size. Technically a volcanic archipelago consisting of four main islands, almost four-fifths of Japan is covered with mountains. The Japanese Alps run down the center of the largest island, Honshu. The highest peak and Japan's most famous mountain is Mount Fuji, a cone-shaped volcano considered sacred by many Japanese.

American Airlines Increases Its Baggage Fee and Updates How Loyalty Members Earn Miles — What to Know - travelandleisure.com - Usa - Canada - Virgin Islands - state Alaska - state Hawaii - Puerto Rico
travelandleisure.com
20.02.2024 / 19:31

American Airlines Increases Its Baggage Fee and Updates How Loyalty Members Earn Miles — What to Know

Passengers flying American Airlines will need to pack lighter or be ready to pay, the carrier announced Tuesday of its increased bag fees along with an array of other customer-facing changes.

On Location: How ‘True Detective: Night Country’ Turns Iceland Into Alaska - cntraveler.com - Iceland - Usa - state Alaska
cntraveler.com
19.02.2024 / 11:57

On Location: How ‘True Detective: Night Country’ Turns Iceland Into Alaska

The nail-biting action of True Detective: Night Country takes place in the fictional town of Ennis, Alaska—a.k.a., “The End of the World.” Although the filmmakers, led by creator and showrunner Issa López, did go on a research trip to Alaska, the HBO series really came to life in Iceland, where most of the episodes were shot on location, at night, in the dead of winter. It was a massive undertaking for series producer Mari-Jo Winkler and production designer Daniel Taylor, who spent 14 months in Iceland to prep and shoot.

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket - nytimes.com - Los Angeles - Denmark - Israel - Usa - city Nashville - city Atlanta - state California - city Copenhagen - city Cincinnati - city Tampa - city Los Angeles - Russia
nytimes.com
16.02.2024 / 20:15

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket

An investigation is underway into how a woman boarded an American Airlines flight at Nashville International Airport and flew to Los Angeles without showing a ticket last week, officials said on Friday.

Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen’s Occupied City: Amsterdam Past And Present - forbes.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Germany - Britain
forbes.com
15.02.2024 / 16:53

Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen’s Occupied City: Amsterdam Past And Present

Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave, Shame, Hunger) shows us in his engrossing new documentary, Occupied City, how the not so distant past events of the second world war still haunt present day Amsterdam. His film, made with his historian wife, Bianca Stigter, evokes the ghosts of the past, felt everywhere in the city, inside buildings where often harrowing things happened but the film also leaves us with the positive reminder that “the Nazis didn’t win.”

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