A day pass is normally $12. You can take as many rides as you want while your pass is active, and the first 30 minutes of each ride is included. If you keep a bike out for longer than 30 minutes at a time, you will incur additional usage fees. … [Read more...] about Claim A Free 24 Hour Citi Bike NYC Day Pass!
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You can transfer points to airlines like ANA, Air Canada, Avianca, or Singapore for Star Alliance travel. Points transfer to Aeromexico, Alitalia, Air France/KLM, or Delta for Skyteam travel. Transfer to BA, Cathay Pacific, or Iberia for OneWorld travel. Other transfer options include El Al, Emirates, Etihad, Hawaiian, JetBlue, or Virgin Atlantic. This can make sense for one-way, last-minute, or premium class travel. The value with airline miles can be under a cent each if used poorly, but properly used the points can be worth 5 cents, 10 cents, 15 cents, or even more per point, the sky is the limit. … [Read more...] about 1 Hour Left: Last Chance To Lock In A Lower Annual Fee On The AMEX Business Platinum Card!
He asked where we were staying and I answered near Playa del Carmen. He said, that’s a shame. You’re going to have to drive all the way back to Cancun to pay the fine tomorrow in order to get back your license. With nothing to lose I asked if I could pay for the ticket on the spot. A big grin came to to his face and he asked how much I want to pay to take of things between us. I offered $20, he countered with $40. I had a $20 in my wallet and went back to the car to ask Mimi for a $5. I told him I had $25 and I got my license back without a ticket. In retrospect I’d have offered $10 and countered with $15 or $20. Definitely don’t keep more than $25 in your wallet when driving. That was my “I’m not in Kansas anymore” experience. ¡Bienvenidos a México! … [Read more...] about Winter Break 2015 Trip Notes Part 2: Cancun And The Riviera Maya
This dish is incredible, the lamb was succulent and delicious and went perfect with the Gnocchi. If you enjoy the Duck Gnocchi from NYC’s Mike’s Bistro then you’re going to love the Lamb Gnocchi here as well. Best of all, it’s triple the size of Mike’s Duck Gnocchi for half the price. … [Read more...] about Trip Notes: Eating Our Way Through Montreal
Kids of any age are required to have their own Global Entry membership in order to use the kiosks when returning from abroad. However you can still bring kids that don’t have their own memberships with you in the PreCheck security line even if you have a Global Entry membership rather than a PreCheck membership. … [Read more...] about DDFB Question Of The Day: Global Entry Or TSA PreCheck?
-Rafi’s normal schedule was getting up at about 10am for the day, going to sleep at about 11pm for the night, and waking up every couple hours in middle of the night for his pacifier falling out or a feeding. Needless to say we were apprehensive of what would happen waking him up at 4am to go to the airport. He slept through all the way to the gate. At the gate I realized that I really should have booked us a row of coach seats so that we would be able to keep him sleeping in his carseat on the early morning flight to Houston. It’s not like the First Class on the 737 to Houston is special anyway. There were no empty rows in coach but there were rows with just 2 people in them. However the gate agent and flight attendant refused to allow us to trade with them as they have to go by the “upgrade standby list.” I would understand that policy if we had received an upgrade ourselves, but we paid the miles to fly in First, why should … [Read more...] about Traveling To Hawaii…With A 5 Month Old!