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I wrote an article on “30 Awesome Things You Can You Do With 75K-95K Ultimate Rewards Points“ that you can get from opening a single credit card right now. That gives you an idea of how you can be using those points. In the future I’ll make an article like that for other point currencies. … [Read more...] about Building Credit And Credit Card FAQs: Your Questions Answered
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While on other airlines the flight attendants will often refuse or be quite hesitant to heat up your own personal food on Singapore I had heard that was not that case and was counting on that. Indeed our flight attendant was overjoyed that we had our own food and was only too happy to heat up the food we brought from Carlos & Gabby’s. She even proactively offered to put the leftover food in the refrigerator for the remainder of the flight. That turned out to be great as we ate the same food on the airplane on the way home! On Cathay the flight attendants will very likely not be willing to heat up or refrigerate your food for you. Don’t get me wrong, Cathay service is very good, but they just have so many rules and regulations and they seem completely unwilling to bend any of them, even to accommodate a pregnant woman or a baby. The Singapore service is just something really special, it felt very warm and natural as opposed to the more robotic … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Singapore A380 Suites And 46 Hours In Paris
-I got to check out Ken’s Diner once again. It’s looking pretty tired these days and some booths are being held together by duct tape. Definitely not up to the standards it had in its hey day. The recommended Italian steak sandwich on garlic bread was merely OK. I probably should’ve just stuck with a burger buddy. It’s sad to see this landmark go downhill. … [Read more...] about Trip Report: United DO 2012 In Chicago