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Latest Saverocity Observation Deck Podcast Episode:
- An in depth discussion of the Electronics Ban.
- From Becky – This spa just went on my list, when I finally get to Vietnam. But not just that, this was really well written – something I think we don’t necessarily think of now a days when we read trip reports or most blog posts.
- Do you lock your deadbolt when in a hotel room? If you don’t, you should!
- A great way to make that Disney vacation more affordable and stay on property (which makes the experience a whole lot better, even without kids!)
- The curious query of airplane lavatory toilet seat etiquette. As I’ve grown older, I’ve become a bit more of a germaphobe myself, so I tend to agree with Gary’s assertion.
- Buzz Aldrin becomes the oldest person to fly with the US Air Force’s Thunderbirds. Pretty cool if you ask me.
Miles and Points:
- What information is public, and what shouldn’t be, when it comes to manufactured spending? Is this the golden age of travel hacking?
- PF Digest reports that the Upromise credit card is no more.
- FQF loves US Bank almost as much as TPG loves Chase. But I think FQF may have a point with this one..