"I don't see how travel agents can pick Europe as the "most popular" destination. Most Americans don't even have passports and if they do it's mostly to visit beach destinations instead of going to Europe. Why on earth would the travel agents say…"
"Lot of good advice here but the best comes last which is to rent, don't buy. I know several people who bought timeshares but couldn't find a buyer when they were ready to sell. Instead they only found hucksters who sold them ads with "guaranteed…"
""VisitBritain’s upbeat tone contrasts sharply with a report this week by the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (Alva) which says the UK’s top tourist attractions have had their worst summer for visitor figures in over a decade. According to…"
"Thirty years ago, charters were more popular, so I took them several times. Sometimes it was fine, or was I too young for it to matter? Other times, the attendants were rude, the seats uncomfortable, and the food truly inedible. Worst of all, once I…"
"Most underrated cities? Good question. Ed, Cleveland should be on the list because the Cleveland Museum of Art, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, Jacobs Field where the Indians play baseball, restaurants, and some of the building designs are worth the…"
"Kaleel I'm not saying that Americans care most about customer service. I'm saying that Purdue University's survey made that conclusion. I'm saying that "these surveys do not reflect the way people behave in real life," like booking the cheapest…"
"Last week I read that Purdue University found that Americans care most about customer service when they travel. However, these surveys do not reflect the way people behave in real life, at least not with regard to airlines. U.S. Airways, Spirit…"
"Not only has Allegiant gone too far, but I can't figure out how it will enforce it. Will flight attendants go down the aisle and check every overhead bag for a special tag? And what about my trenchcoat: Must I stuff that under a seat? "
"Purdue University's annual Airline Passenger Survey reports that the most important consideration to flyers today is customer service. But trips I've taken on planes where passengers chose the sardine can seats instead of paying a few dollars more…"