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Airlines delighted travelers by announcing the end to change fees, but don’t expect that they won’t come up with new fees to extract more money from flyers.
By Jaclyn C. Stevenson Once, Lake Tahoe was the capital of kitsch. Visitors were welcomed by an army of flashing, dinging one-armed bandits. Neon signs of glowed defiantly among the pine trees, announcing stages full of dancing girls and hidden chapels ready for the impromptu wedding. But there is a move afoot to appeal to […]
Global Entry is back, But you’ll have to Wait a while for your Card By Christopher Elliott Global Entry is back. On Sept. 9, the government reopened its trusted traveler processing centers after a nearly six-month shutdown. But it may be weeks or months before you can schedule the interview required for admission to the […]
A SoCal Palos Verdes Escape with Falcons and Arrows By R. Daniel Foster In the five months since the pandemic hit, I hadn’t driven more than five miles from my 550-square foot Los Angeles apartment. It was the heat of summer and air conditioning is worthless in my 1926 flat. After two days of record-setting […]
Brightline Takes on an Ambitious project: Connecting Las Vegas to Southern California By Matt Martella Brightline is undertaking a bold new project to connect Las Vegas to Southern California by a high-speed rail line. This project is meant to facilitate travel from Las Vegas to California, and company officials say that the construction of two […]
Boondockers Welcome is Finding its Place in the RV Community By Quinn He Finding a place to set up camp for the night in an RV can be a stress-inducing aspect to RV travel. Walmart parking lots are always an option, but they can get crowded, noisy, and unsafe, especially during the current pandemic. If […]