Question: My husband and I plan to travel from Los Angeles to Roanoke, Va. My husband had a stroke in early 2013 and is in a wheelchair. What are the best ways to navigate the airport, from check-in to security to enplanement?
Germs are everywhere, including horrifying amounts on your cellphone and tablet, according to a study by Which?, a British consumer organization. How horrifying? Electronics are dirtier than toilet seats, its 2013 analysis said.
Question: My credit union was the first of my credit card companies to send me the new chip and PIN card. It's not that I don't trust technology, but I'd like to test the card before I leave for Europe, and I haven't yet found a store that has installed the new scanners. How do I know it will work?
Question: In the last few years, my husband and I have become frustrated with hotel thermostats. It seems that in an effort to "go green," some hotels have installed motion-sensor thermostats. This makes sense during the day when we are out, but it poses a problem at night. In the warmer months,...
Question: I recently booked flights from LAX to Washington's Reagan National for my husband, two daughters and me. An American Airlines reservation supervisor told me I would have to pay an additional $81 per seat to be guaranteed that my husband and I can sit with our daughters, ages 12 and 8,...
Question: I'm interested in going to Cuba soon but information is not easy to come by and some of it is conflicting. I know I can go, but should I go now or wait?
Airstreams have been around since 1929 when Wally Byam, a onetime advertising manager for the Los Angeles Times, built the first one. The Torpedo Car Cruiser was a stylish "bring-your-own-accommodations" trailer.
Question: I'm frustrated that airfares have not followed the decline in oil prices over the last few months. Airfares certainly followed oil prices as they rose last year. Have mergers eliminated competitive tension between the remaining carriers to the detriment of consumers?