Frontier is offering 20% on December 1st. Tickets are for one way domestic, nonstop travel on: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Dec. 6, 2014 through Feb. 12, 2015. Blackout dates apply.
Category: <span>Budget Travel</span>
If you plan on flying on Frontier soon and haven’t signed up for their Frequent Flyer Program, you should. This post goes over how and why.
Last week, while I was in Buenos Aires, I got to experience first hand what systemic capital flight looks like. This probably isn’t something that’s going to come up in your Lonely Planet guide, but if you’re planning on visiting Argentina anytime soon it’s important to know how Argentina’s black market currency exchange works and why it exists.
There aren’t a lot of new travel deals popping up today, so here are some pictures of cats in a cemetery from Buenos Aires.
La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires was built in 1822 and was once the garden of a nearby church. Roaming around the passageways in the graveyard are numerous cats.
I ended up going on the Graffitimundo North City Street Art tour and getting some much needed perspective on Buenos Aires street art.
Turkish Airways has you covered on long layovers in Istanbul with free Hotel accommodations or a free tour of Istanbul. Don’t just sit around at the Airport!
Did you know that the United Club WiFi access points at IAH don’t have a password and anyone can jump on it if they’re in range? Well, now you do.
American Airlines is currently running a promotion to kick off their new routes from Dallas (DFW) to Hong Kong (HKG) and Shanghai (PVG).
Today, after over four decades of providing domestic service, Southwest is officially going international. This should eventually increase competition for Caribbean and Mexican routes and that is a great thing because those routes are vastly under-served and ridiculously overpriced.
Consequently, to kick off this milestone, Southwest has announced a new vacation package promotion (Flight + Hotel) for Mexico and the Caribbean.