Travelers can sometimes save money by booking two one-way tickets instead of a round-trip flight. But Sharon Sanborn found out the hard way that there’s a downside to this practice.
Now she wants to know if the Elliott Advocacy team can do anything to help her out of the financial headache in which she’s landed. Read more “You should not buy two one-way tickets to save money. This is why”
Everywhere we went in Provo, we saw Charlie. There were signs for Charlie on power poles. We saw Charlie — or at least we thought we saw him — zipping between the apple orchards on the sprawling Utah Valley Hospital campus.
No question about it. Charlie was having a wild time in Provo — and so were we. Read more “How to have a wild time in Provo, Utah”
More than one-third of online hotel reviews are fake, new research from fraud detection company Fakespot suggests. The troubling study of phony hotel reviews also shows that you’re more likely to be fooled in some American cities than others. Read more “Warning: Here’s where you’ll find the most fake hotel reviews”
The cruise itinerary changes on Iris Fennel’s recent Baltic Sea journey completely ruined her trip. She says Norwegian’s Breakaway sailed right past three out of five of its scheduled ports of call. Based on that ratio, Fennel has calculated NCL should give her a 60 percent cash refund.
But does the cruise line owe Fennel anything for these changes to the itinerary? Read more “These cruise itinerary changes ruined my trip! I want a refund”
Norman Fitton and his wife paid $2,615 for a vacation rental in Kitty Hawk, N.C., from Sept. 7 to 14. Unfortunately, they had an unexpected visitor: Hurricane Dorian. The storm made landfall at Cape Hatteras, forcing the Fittons to ask: If your vacation is ruined by a hurricane, will it be covered by trip insurance?
The short answer is: sometimes. Read more “If your vacation is ruined by a hurricane, will it be covered by trip insurance?”