When Perry Capurro rented a car from Hertz in Harrisburg, Pa., he got an early surprise: a required $200 “authorization” on the reservation. “They were difficult to deal with the whole time, and they do not release the hold until midnight,” he says. So what’s with the “hold”
When Don Horger’s wife passed away, he asked Delta Air Lines to transfer her SkyMiles to him.
Editor’s Note: This week we’re running a series of our favorite holiday travel columns. And we knew we had to start with Andy Smith’s Thanksgiving air travel odyssey. There’s a sequel to “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” in here somewhere! The post This Thanksgiving trip turned into a real turkey…
Talk about a bad trade. Terri Williams swapped her Interval International timeshare credits for a resort in St.
When Michael Miller’s 100-year-old pool table is damaged during a move, he’s assured that insurance will cover the repairs.
Travelers make mistakes every day of the year. Believe me, I know. I’m one of them