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8 Great Ways to Get Free Lodging in New York City

Originally posted September 6, 2010 on Travelskills.blogspot.com. ****************************************************** Tomorrow I (and many others) begin a month of travel using JetBlue‘sAll-You-Can-Fly pass. One destination I want to visit is New York City. That is convenient, since New York’s JFK airport is a JetBlue hub and their HQ. Some say New York City is the greatest city in the world. I recently … Continue reading

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Travel Contest: Name This Travel Tactic

You should read this post, even if you do not enter the contest. This travel tactic will save you much money over a lifetime of travel. I use a travel tactic but I do not have a great name for it. So, readers, here is your chance to make history. Name that tactic… Here is … Continue reading

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Old Man and the Sea(ttle Hostel)

“Who is this old man staying in our room?” the two young women must have thought when I returned to my assigned dorm room. I had checked into the Seattle City Center Hostel during the early afternoon, made my bed and set out to explore Seattle. Only one of the four bunked beds were made … Continue reading

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Dream Travel Job: Finnair Quality Hunter

Would you like to travel around the world in October and November? Here is an incredible chance to travel continuously for two months–and get paid for it. Your job, should you chose to accept it (and be selected), is to fly around the world on Finnair jets and observe and report on factors that would … Continue reading

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Boston Teaser – Day Trip With JetBlue AYCJ Pass

After yesterday’s friendly and efficient New York City transportation, I had high hopes for the same in Boston. I was disappointed. Boston transportation is more frustrating than NYCs. I had lunch with my niece who said that people in Boston walk everywhere rather than taking the T. Boston is so much smaller than NYC so … Continue reading

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JetBlue All You Can Jet (AYCJ) Pass

My AYJC pass starts out with the shuttle ride at IAD, where I met the pilot of my first flight and another fellow AYJCer, Drew Lawrence. While most people (including me) are using the JetBlue pass for fun, Drew is on a mission. Drew wants to raise awareness about cancer, inspired by his mother’s death … Continue reading

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