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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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Flight Food Review: Fiji Airways

There is a dystopian future where the government takes pride in being called Kafkaesque. They make rules that create discord and drive the citizenry crazy. They throw half the world’s population into prison. Inside those prisons, the people are treated like less than cattle. One of their punishments? They have to eat the food of…

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Starbucks

Delta Pledges Allegience to Starbucks

Starbucks

While I’m not a coffee drinker myself, I know that people get very worked up about the type of water-braised bean slurry that they’re served and that’s why it seems like good news that Delta has chosen to serve Starbucks coffee on all of its flights from here to eternity. Reuters reports that Delta has…

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Baby Boomers Be Traveling

Did you know that AARP, the American Association of Retired People, has 37 million members? Are you aware that AARP is one of the most powerful lobbying groups in the world? Did you know that AARP successfully created a law that requires at least one Denny’s in every American town? Okay, so that last one…

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Can You Diet While You Travel?

On Saturday, I told you about my plan to eat well in the New Year and so far it’s going extremely well. Lots of vegetables, a good amount of protein, and no added sugar or white flour. I’ve been eating delicious meals of Chinese chicken salads, roasted vegetables, vegetarian chili, and so much more. It…

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