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Lose Your Luggage, Get $1000

I got a press release yesterday and I don’t quite know what to make of it. Basically, a company called Blue Ribbon Bags will pay out $1,000 if your luggage doesn’t arrive (within four days of travel) for a $5 fee. It’s Bag Insurance. My first thought is that it sounds like an extremely valuable…

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10 Truly Terrible Airports Around the World

While it’s nice to celebrate the best airports in the world, it’s equally important to call attention to the terrible airports, too. Jalopnik, the transportation-obsessed brother of Gawker, just released their list of “Ten of the Most Garbage Airports in the World” and it’s pretty much guaranteed to remind you of the time you went…

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The Club SEA-TAC

New Lounge Opens at SEA-TAC

The Club SEA-TAC

You may be partial to the Admirals Club or the United Club, but if you’re not affiliated with an airline-specific lounge, this news is for you. The Club, that independent open-to-all shared-use lounge, has expanded yet again and now they’re operating in Seattle’s SEA-TAC airport. There will actually be two The Club lounges at SEA-TAC,…

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Get Ready for More Sushi Near LAX

A couple of weeks ago, I shared the LA Times’ list of great dining options near LAX. It covered all kinds of genres from pizza to Thai to Jamaican to Middle Eastern but it didn’t grab everything. In-N-Out didn’t make the list, nor did one of my favorites, Aliki’s Greek Taverna. Another type of food…

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chipotle breakfast

Is Chipotle Breakfast Coming Soon?

chipotle breakfast

Chipotle breakfast sounds like a magical thing. Breakfast burritos and scrambled egg tacos and quesadillas made like crepes filled with blueberries and cream cheese! ‘Tis the stuff dreams are made of. What if I told you that Chipotle already offered breakfast and that you’re too late to partake? Would you scream? Would you cry? Would…

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Unlimited Flights for $2,000/month in US

If you’ve got an extra $2,000 a month hanging around, you might want to drop it on Beacon. It’s an all-you-can-fly service (if you want all-you-can-eat, click here) in the Northeast US that gives unlimited flights on private planes from New York/Boston/The Hamptons/Nantucket to anyone with a membership. The website is fairly sparse, so there’s…

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