Today, we have three stories that have often baffled me. How does Google keep track of traffic? What happens to leftover hotel soap? And, why are passengers leaving almost a million dollars behind after going through TSA security checkpoints? These articles provide some answers and something to think about.
This Sunday, we look at the Trump Shuttle and ponder whether President Trump’s treatment at the hands of other airlines will color his treatment of both airlines and passengers. Next, we discuss the demise of the highway rest stop. And, finally, enjoy great nature photography that explore some of the most beautiful areas of travel.
This Sunday we muse about how to visit the top historic sites in America in the shortest time. Then we examine hidden resort fees that hotels are now raising. The FTC failed to act, now consumers suffer. Finally, a visit to waterfalls in the Bay Area.
Here are new travel issues to ponder. Do we really need facial recognition and other biometrics to identify passengers? What is at the heart of the ATC delay problems? Are sidewalk lights a good idea for those gluded to their smartphones?
Today’s stories take a look a the secret sleeping spots on planes for crew on long flights. We then consider how network transporation companies are changing the face of travel. Lyft and Uber are changing more than the cab world. They are changing the rental car world as well. Finally, we look at how hard it is today to start an airlines (in case anyone has such a crazy idea).