Have you ever wondered what it may be like to sit and enjoy a drink from the
top of a multi-storey car park? Probably not, but if you have then you can
indulge your musings now through Sept. 30 at Frank’s Café atop a car park in South London's Peckham neighborhood. Classy!
Want to visit 35 countries without ever getting on a plane? Digital Projects Editor Sarah Spagnolo tells you how. Listen as she shares the latest on T+L's Global Bazaar—kicking off tonight in New York City. To find out more about this first-of-its-kind event, including how to buy tickets, go to here.
When Mother Nature unleashes her wrath, there’s
not much air travelers can do except wait it out. And, of course, reschedule
their flights. But as we know, getting through to a customer service rep is
half the battle. And we’re not just talking about reaching them by phone; when
customers tweet, they expect a response. Pronto.
So with Hurricane Irene storming her way up the
East Coast last week, what airlines were most easily reachable? STELLAService—an independent company that rates customer service
quality—wanted to find out. So on Friday, August 26, they called each of the 10
largest U.S. airlines an average of eight times between 9am and 6:30 pm ET.
They also directed 12 tweets to each airline between 12am ET and 12pm ET that
Should you decline the rental-car insurance? Why is the prepaid gas option almost always a bad idea. And why should you take a picture of your rental car before you drive off and when you return it (no, not for your vacation scrapbook)? T+L International Editor Mark Orwoll sat down with anchor Russ Mitchell on the CBS Early Show to talk about unexpected charges that can hit an uninformed consumer at the rental-car counter. For more on rental-car rip-offs, read the full story based on Mark's October 2010 Smart Traveler column.
Our friends at MSNBC Travel are reporting that Denali National Park is maxing out on visitors.
We knew Alaska was
a popular summertime destination, but it seems travelers are turning its most famous
(and accessible) park into the next Yellowstone.
So with all the people exploring the 49th state, we thought we’d give you the heads up on a great app we
found to research your trip and use while you’re