This is WRONG: Courtyard by Marriott Clemson trying to cancel dozens of reservations nine months after customers booked them

It seems like this happens every college football season. Some hotel didn’t check the football schedule before loading rates into inventory and then tries to snake their way out of responsibility by blaming “system errors”. Enough of that garbage. Here’s what happened. The post This is WRONG: Courtyard by Marriott …

Why I Signed up for the Chase Business Unlimited

Recently, I received a targeted “Just for You” offer for the Chase Ink Business Unlimited Card. I applied right away and received instant approval, which I am immensely grateful for. The reality is, I never thought I’d be able to get another Chase credit card again since I am way, …

Add a name to an American A321 to Stand Up To Cancer

American Airlines and Stand Up To Cancer launched a cool opportunity this week: put a loved one’s name on an American A321 to raise money for cancer research. Details inside. The post Add a name to an American A321 to Stand Up To Cancer appeared first on Andy's Travel Blog. …

3 Credit Cards With Annual Fees I Don’t Mind Paying

If you’ve been earning points and miles for a while, you already know that most of the top travel rewards credit cards charge an annual fee. While these fees are never welcome, they’re also a necessary evil. After all, some of the best travel credit cards off perks that can …

Ethiopia, Timbuktu, Iceland, and Mount Doom

Ethiopia, Timbuktu, Iceland, and Mount Doom

We try to give you a nice variety of traveling stories when we put out a new issue of Perceptive Travel. Since 2006 we’ve published the best travel stories from globetrotting book authors, digging a bit deeper and going beyond the over-tourism spots. This month we’ve got two tales from …