Food in New Orleans

Last month my girlfriend and I spent a week in New Orleans (NOLA). It was my first visit and other than some unseasonably cold weather it lived up to my expectations of a fun city where both food and music play a huge role. Food is a dominating factor in NOLA, both for locals and […]

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US Air repeals drink fees

On Monday US Airways (US) announced that they will be eliminating fees for soda, juices, tea, water, and coffee in flight. Some of you may remember that they introduced a program last year to charge for those items. Not surprisingly it wasn’t well received and since none of the other majors followed along, US was […]

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Let the Fare Wars Begin

Today Southwest Airlines (WN) announced that it will start serving Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) this fall. Destinations won’t be announced for a few months yet, but this is definitely going to make Boston a much more competitive market. Even though WN already serves nearby Manchester (MHT) and Providence’s TF Green (PVD), it has long […]

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Fez, Morocco

Recently I’ve had a couple of friends plan trips to Morocco, so I’ve shared with them some thoughts about Fez from a trip summary I wrote in 2006. I went to Fez in January 2006 and my notes are below. – Wandering the city without a guide was relatively simple. There is now a system […]

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