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AA Discontinues Bereavement Fare Discounts


American Airlines recently announced it will no longer offer lower prices for passengers who must take last-minute flights due of a death and funeral in the family. According to AA, the step is to conform with the existing no-bereavement policy of merger partner US Airways.

Actually, for seasoned citizen flyers and others likely to need such hurry-up flights, this new rule may not be as inconvenient as it appears. With savvy travel agents and/or expert personal internet surfing, flyers needing last-minute tickets can often get better prices with Southwest, Virgin America and other budget airlines.

www.latimes.com/business/money/la-fi-mo-american-airlines-ends-bereavement-fares-20140227,0,1676004.story#axzz2uZ4IHRBO

National Museum of American History's New Exhibition Goes "On the Water" PDF Print E-mail

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History today opens "On the Water: Stories from Maritime America," a new, permanent exhibition designed to engage the public in a dynamic exploration of America's maritime heritage. The 8,500-square-foot exhibition builds on the Smithsonian's unparalleled National Watercraft Collection of rigged ship models, patent models, documents and images to bring the sights, sounds and stories from the oceans, inland rivers and coastal communities to the museum's millions of visitors.

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PBS National Memorial Day Concert preview PDF Print E-mail

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Bottega Louie - Los Angeles restaurant review, new downtown destination PDF Print E-mail

Bottega Louie: 700 South Grand Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 802-1470 bottegalouie.com

Finally had a chance to have a sit down meal at the new in spot in downtown Los Angeles, Bottega Louie.

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What to do if grandkids misbehave at Grand Canyon AZ PDF Print E-mail

Kids at Grand Canyon

Just kidding, of course. These two clever kids found a spot that only looks dangerous for the photo. In reality, there are potential falling hazards when touring close to the Grand Canyon's North or South Rims. Be sure to keep kids near at all times, and for little ones age four and under, hold firmly by the hand.

 
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