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Sick or Injured? You Need To Know This Before Flying

Earlier this year I broke my foot a couple weeks before a stint of traveling. I was determined not to change course, though, and limped on and off many flights. read more »

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I’m Ben Schlappig and This Is How I Travel

It’s not often that I meet someone crazier than me. Ben Schlappig has been running the One Mile at a Time blog since early 2008, so I caught up with this veteran to see if he’s had any tips he’s picked up along the way. read more »


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Say It Right: “What Is the Wi-Fi Password?”

It doesn’t matter how tired I am; I’ve asked this at 6 am after rolling off a 12-hour red-eye trip. I need my Facebook fix, goddamnit. read more »

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What Do You Carry in Your Wallet When You Travel?

So just about the only thing I’ve learned from this is that figuring out what to carry in your wallet is more art than science. read more »

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Book Report: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I saw the movie once a couple of years ago and all I can remember thinking was how much Zooey Deschanel annoyed me. Thank god that even she couldn’t ruin the spirit of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for me. read more »


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How To Cross the Street (Almost Anywhere)

Do not follow the crowd, especially if the crowd is just a bunch of tourists. It’s the blind leading the blind. read more »

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Why British Airways Is the Best Frequent Flyer Program for Free Flights in the U.S.

If you’ve got to book a domestic award ticket within the continental U.S., British Airways is probably the best program to use. It’s downright fascinating that, in this case, you’d probably want to use an airline that isn’t even based here. read more »


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Case Studies: HotelTonight Is for Last-Minute Splurges

The HotelTonight premise is simple. Mobile users can book empty hotels rooms at the very last minute for awesome savings, which to me is either profoundly brilliant or insane. But how much do you actually save? read more »


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Lyft Only Has 10 Drivers On the Road in NYC

Lyft launched this past weekend in NYC but it’s impossible to get a ride. That’s because there are probably ten drivers on the road max, said one driver. read more »

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Mod Your Browser To Get Cheaper In-Flight Wi-Fi

Some people call this trick devious, but I just think all’s fair in love and Wi-Fi. read more »

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How To Bring a Desktop as Carry-On Luggage

I’ve carried a lot of weird shit on planes over the years just because you never know how baggage handlers will mess with your stuff. read more »

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What To Do If Your Visa Has Been Denied

The unthinkable has happened. You’ve gotten denied for a visa but you’ve already paid for the flight. read more »

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Is the PackTowl Ultralite the Best Travel Towel Ever?

Douglas Adams said it best when he mentioned that a towel is the most massively useful tool any interstellar hitchhiker could have in his arsenal. Which makes me secretly wonder if he had a PackTowl stashed away in his bag. read more »


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What Travel Milestones Have You Reached?

After a while, it gets easy to think you’ve seen it all and, worse, to begin taking things for granted. read more »

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Why United’s Frequent Flyer Program Change Is Good

Last month, United changed their frequent flyer program to reward flyers based on how much money they spent. read more »

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