What are you doing on your summer vacation? Chances are you’re taking photos of it.
Question: What if you have airline tickets to a country and near the departure date the State Department says this is a dangerous area to travel to? What are the chances of getting a change of destination? Refund? Credit to use tickets later? I'm speaking of nonrefundable tickets.
Unless you’ve already made plans, you’re probably not going to make it to Box Turtle Day on Saturday at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville. And that’s too bad.
Question: Will I ever be able to get a frequent-flier ticket again?
Memorial Day weekend, a driving holiday if ever there were one, this year will see 2.7 million Southern Californians traveling, according to the Auto Club, and they’ll need to watch out for traffic, those who text and drive, and fuel prices that are higher here than the rest of the country.
Sure, Ed Carpenter has the pole for the upcoming Indianapolis 500, but after all is said and done, will he have memories of a 1932 Alfa Romeo racing around the track? A 2006 Ford Fusion flashing by? A 1963 Corvette cooking with gas? And, perhaps most formidable of all, seeing the beauty of the...
Question: I recently acquired round-trip business-class tickets for Europe using reward points — more than 200,000 points — with credit card awards. Will travel insurance reimburse me in dollars if I cancel my trip, and how will the insurance company determine the value of my tickets?
The forecast for Alaska for Wednesday: mostly sunny with a chance of satisfied customers. That’s what a J.D. Power