Bernadine Fong enjoyed the outbound portion of her round-trip flight from San Francisco to Newark without incident. But her return trip is a different story
Jennifer Stumm’s instrument case tugs at our heartstrings because LATAM Airlines refused to issue her client a ticket for his cello. The post I’m traveling with a cello.
The Isle of Skye off the coast of Scotland is a coveted vacation destination in August. And Chuck Swan had the good fortune to score two hotel rooms there. But then there was a glitch getting back to the mainland
Avis Brown decides to brighten her 19-year-old granddaughter’s day by sending her a basket of holiday snacks from Wine Country Gift Baskets. This thoughtful gesture backfires in a big way when a gift of wine is delivered to the young lady’s college dormitory instead.
It was a random thought at the end of a recent column about unfriendly TSA agents. “I wonder if the rude agent is a reflection of an even ruder traveler,” mused David Kazarian, a pharmacist from Tampa. It started a debate with a real purpose.
When it comes to fees and surcharges, hotel guests are wondering: What’s next? Mandatory “resort fees” mushroomed last year, even as hotels added new charges for all kinds of things, including cancellations and late checkouts.