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Las Vegas NV: Hotels And Parking Fees Keep Rising PDF Print E-mail


Forget the phony ads hawking $49.99 a night rooms. In the slightly-less luxury hotels just off the Strip, you may see that charge at the top of your bill. However, added to it will be resort fee, parking, local taxes and a few other add-ons. Expect to pay another 40 to 50% above advertised price quotes when you check out.

Of course, charges don’t include tips to bellhops and garage attendants. A few suggestions on avoiding some of those piled-on extra costs. Leave your car at home. Airline prices are often cheaper than gassing up and daily parking fees. Many Strip hotels are within walking distance of each other. There are also cheap buses, Uber and short taxi rides, all available at your hotel front door.

 
Liverpool UK: Forget The Beatles, See The Terracotta Warriors PDF Print E-mail


From February 9 through October 28, the famed Chinese life-size soldiers will be on exhibit at the World Museum. More than ten centuries of history is contained in the display that dates back to the first Emperor of China. Each of the clay figures portrays individual faces, clothing, hair and weapons.

The program starts with the museum’s celebration of the Chinese New Year, and other events are scheduled during the months the Chinese Terra-cotta Warriors are on exhibit. For more info, including ticket prices, go to www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/exhibitions/terracotta-warriors

 
SmarterTravel Lists Best Ten Cities For Restaurant Dining PDF Print E-mail


The internet experts list their vote in rank order: San Sebastian, Spain; Tokyo; New York City; Barcelona; Singapore; Paris; Madrid; Lima, Peru; London and Munich. As appealing as those cities are for foodies, we disagree totally.

Our choices, in rank order, are Lancaster PA; Munich, Germany; Hong Kong; Las Vegas; Seattle; Venice, Italy; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Amsterdam, Holland; Beverly Hills and Copenhagen, Denmark. Where else can you get such delicious Pennsylvania Dutch, real German sausage, spicy Chinese, all-you-can-grab buffet, heavenly seafood, mythical Italian, sweet tango, Dutch treat, movie star specials and super smorgasbord?

 
Senior Stowaway Arrested For 10th Attempt To Fly For Free PDF Print E-mail


When attaining retirement age, everyone needs a hobby. So a 66-year-old Chicago woman has found hers. She sneaks aboard international flights without ticket nor passport. Her most recent was attempting to fly from Chicago O’Hare to London, and was arrested for the 10th time.

So, as you celebrate your 65th birthday when everyone else retires, keep gainfully active as she has. Consider such delightfully criminal hobbies as taking illegal flights, picking pockets, shoplifting, robbing banks, printing counterfeit money or running for political office.

 
Delta Wants More Proof For Qualified Support Animals PDF Print E-mail


It all started with Seeing Eye dogs many decades ago, when physically-challenged passengers brought their trained pooches aboard. Now, when you're on your flights, you may see cats, birds and other allegedly helpful critters coming along in the cabin seats.

Now, with Delta and soon with many other airlines, those passengers who claim their pet raccoons or aardvarks help them make it through the flight must first show written proof. The animals must be qualified by training, health, inoculations and other requirements to do the support job. So, before you head for the airport with your helpful critter, be sure to check with the airline for the latest regulations

 
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