Back when I started the blog, I got a TON of good ideas from readers and have them listed in the “TIPS” tab at the top of the blog. If you have not looked at this list, it is worth your time as there are some GREAT ideas from readers. There is also a bunch of good Delta Q&A in there as well.

Industry insiders also have some lists. Some are interesting and some are, well, fun to read. Take a look at these and see what you think about them and their ideas.

  • Top 10 Do’s to Make Your Stay Memorable from the Travel Channel is – HERE

I love tip #1. Remotes are just nasty. I always grab a wash cloth and wipe them down as well as the room phone and handles and such! Do you? (I kinda like tip 10. Humm… More free nights?)

  • QVC’s Lisa Robertson’s Top 10 Packing Tips from Travel and leisure – HERE

I like #9. I have adapters with me for anywhere I go. Hotel, airplane you name it. I am ready!

  • 8 Insider Secrets to Booking Cheap Airfare from US News – HERE

Some of these ideas are fairly basic but most hold true. I tend to spend my time booking FREE tickets on points and the only time I pay for tickets is for mileage runs. Do you like his ideas?

  • 10 of the world’s most hated airports & 10 of the world’s most loved airports are HERE & HERE

I agree with CDG being most hated but will be back there this fall and give an update if things are better than I recall. I will be in LAX a bunch on my mileage run but just to shower and go so we will see about that. I don’t see why AMS is not on the loved list. I think it is just tops but I do use it a bunch. What is your favorite and why? – René

 

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2 Responses to “Travel tips, good & bad airports and some nice advice.”

  1. I was just in CDG’s new Intl terminal and it was easy and clean with lots of great shopping options. Not Singapore level by any stretch, but VASTLY improved!

  2. Deb says:

    Another tip: For those who record their trip with photographer, here’s a great Travel Photo Checklist – I normally wouldn’t think about some of these photo ops.

    http://www.simpleasthatblog.com/2012/05/travel-photo-checklist-free-download.html

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