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!
Starting March 2015, United will be moving to a revenue based rewards system for the MileagePlus loyalty program. With these upcoming changes coming to United’s loyalty program, some of us will probably want to drown our sorrows. I present to you a short list of Houston Bars, Pubs, and places that have a good winelist that reward up to 5 miles per dollar spent via United’s MileagePlus Dining program.
This is part two in a series of articles about stopovers. Our last post covered the basics of stopovers: What they are, how to identify them and how they are used. In this post we’re going to focus more on free stopovers and how to find potential candidates quickly, without a subscription to a professional tool or data-feed.
In this post I cover how to construct a complex itinerary with multiple stopovers when buying airfare, and I go in-depth on how stopovers work. If you’ve ever wanted to understand how to get the most out of stopovers and how they work then this article is for you.