Ilya Kovalenko believes that an Expedia mistake caused Turkish Airlines to deny him boarding on his recent international flight. And now he wants a full refund from Expedia and an apology. Unfortunately, the responsibility for Kovalenko’s missed vacation might lie a little closer to home. “His missed vacation is not an Expedia mistake”
It seemed like an impossible task for Kevin Prieto, a senior at New Mexico State University: plan a graduation trip to southeast Asia for himself and two of his friends during finals week. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a college concierge? “This is how your child can find a college concierge”
Before you go on vacation, maybe you should ask yourself a legal travel question or two.
I’m not just talking about your passport or visa paperwork. A legal travel question could be something as simple as whether or not you’re allowed to pack a radar detector. The answer: In the United States, it’s legal except in Virginia and Washington D.C. Most Canadian provinces don’t allow radar detectors. “Legal travel questions every family should answer before their departure”
What happened to the wooden benches Patricia Gray ordered from Tidewater Workshop? It’s been more than three months, and there’s no sign of them. “Her Tidewater Workshop order is missing. What happened to it?”
Wondering what you can bring on the plane for an upcoming trip? I recently discovered a quick and often funny way to Ask TSA what you can — and can’t — bring through security during your next airport adventure. “What can you bring on the plane? Here’s how to Ask TSA”