How To Dodge Airline Change Fees

Your indecision on that flight to Paris could cost you over $200 to change. That unexpected meeting you didn’t anticipate could leave you penniless for cutting your vacation short. Along with baggage fees, airline change fees are yet another reality that today’s traveler must face. And while there is not one set way to book a ticket and change without penalty, there are a few things you can do to avoid having to change your flight and hand over the price of another ticket in the process.

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How to Never Miss Your Connecting Flight

I sat in the airport in Florence watching the clock. My flight was already delayed an hour, forcing the question to enter my mind of whether I would make my connection in Frankfurt back to the U.S. Up in the air, there was little that I could do. I knew it would take running and perhaps a miracle to make my flight. The pilot got on before landing, saying he was going to park the plane at a gate that would help those making connections. While probably not following regulation, that move allowed me to make my flight, out of breath and relieved.

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Rules of the Resto: Tips on Dining in Paris

Dining out at a nice restaurant in Paris is something everyone should experience. Even though most Parisian waiters a well acquainted with the dining habits of American tourists, it’s important to remain aware and respectful of French dining norms and etiquette. Here are some things to keep in mind:

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Comfy Stay at Cambridge's Hotel Felix

Work recently led me to Cambridge where I had the pleasure of staying at the four star Hotel Felix. A combination of traditional Victorian architecture and modern design, the Felix invites guests to have a sort of best of old England experience without forcing them to give up on the contemporary creature comforts. I certainly had a “best of both worlds” experience during my visit.

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Long Layovers 101: How To Deal With The Layover That Never Ends

They say it’s not the destination. It’s the journey. And while the road to anywhere can be filled with valuable travel experiences, the long airport layover feels more like a journey through one of Dante’s circles of Hell. I am sitting in a chair that hits my back in such a way to induce a little extra pain. Frankly, I’m lucky to even have a seat as I work through one of the longest layovers I have ever experienced. I left Denver last night for New York. Arriving at 6AM Eastern Time, I have roughly nine hours before I can even begin checking in for my next flight. I’m not alone in my discomfort. Travelers attempting to deal with the long layover surround me.

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