Author: The Travel Guys

The Future is NOT Plastic

On the Sunday, November 3rd edition of The Travel Guys… In the Travel News, we suggest you check out a sale Princess Cruises is offering on select departures for the first half of next year (https://www.princess.com/cruise-deals-promotions/) and the DOT (Department of Transportation) is looking at relaxing the tarmac rule and it’s not good news for travelers.  Southwest says the camera in the bathroom incident didn’t actually happen (?) and we have an update on tourism in...

Words to Avoid When Resolving Travel Issues

On the Sunday, October 27th edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, the current administration in Washington has dealt another blow to those wishing to travel to Cuba.  Within the next 90 days, all air flights to any city except Havana will be banned.  This will make it difficult for Cuban Americans to visit family and relatives on the island, and for travelers to create the best itineraries to visit.  The president...

Are Vacation Rentals Now Charging Extra Fees?

On the Sunday, October 20th edition of The Travel Guys… *    In the Travel News, we talk about cities with the most fake hotel reviews (according to fraud detection company Fakespot).  Houston and Chicago top the list.  Remember the man who was arrested for “using a cell phone in the lobby while black” at the Doubletree Hotel in Portland last December?  Even though he had his room key and was a registered guest?  We update...

How Airlines have Devalued their Frequent Flyer Programs

On the Sunday, October 13th edition of The Travel Guys on KFBK 93.1 FM/1530AM… In the Travel News, Sacramento was ranked by Wallet Hub as the #1 city in the country when it comes to the affordability and availability of highly rated restaurants.  Quite a step up for a sleepy state capitol.  The Empire State Building in NYC has reopened their observation level, after a remodel did away with many of the things blocking the spectacular view...