One Mile at a Time recently clued us into a huge discount: Senior citizens over the age of 62 are entitled to a $10 lifetime pass.
The only way that you realistically can.
Let’s not forget how useful having an actual kitchen really is.
Almost one hundred dollars for a pair of slippers, you say. I mean, definitely if you’re the type of person that can drop caviar on the ground and commission three-comma paintings.
It’s a certain type of person who wants to visit the wettest place on earth. Maybe the Pacific Northwest was just a bit too arid for their liking. Or maybe a week-long trip to the Atacama left their skin drier than… well, the Atacama.
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Recently, the US Department of State issued a travel warning for Europe. Not just a hot spot of a city or a country on the verge of collapse, but an entire continent. Sounds ominous, right? Before you change your travel plans, take some time to learn exactly what travel warnings are, who issues them, and how can travelers use them to their advantage.
Last year was the warmest on record by far (and that’s been the case for awhile now). If you’re looking to get as far away as possible from rising tides, look no further than the highest city on earth.
But be warned: this is not a tourist destination. Life gets tough on the edge of the earth.
41% of American workers don’t use one or more of their vacation days in 2015 according to Alamo Rent A Car’s annual Family Vacation Survey. What’s more, 40% of those who didn’t use all of their vacation days left five or more unused!
These numbers are up last year’s results. Where do you stand? How many do you actually use?