Tagged: San Francisco

Cruise lines can’t sail from Florida until they reach required vaccination threshold

Listen Now On the Sunday, June 6th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Florida governor Ron DeSantis has an interesting Catch-22 on his hands. The cruise lines can’t sail from Florida, even on test cruises, until they reach 95% vaccination for passengers and 98% for crew. But DeSantis has declared no one will have to give out their vaccination status in Florida. So how do the cruise lines meet those thresholds? Mediation...

The Valentine’s Day edition of The Travel Guys is here

Listen Now On the Sunday, February 14th Valentine’s Day edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, after meetings at the White House, officials on both sides say there is little interest in restricting domestic air travel. Disneyland is reopening its California Adventure Park in southern California. But wait, no rides? Entertainment, shops and restaurants only? “A limited-time ticketed experience,” Disney is calling it. Starts March 12th. We share the history of Valentine’s Day,...

Tips for Visiting Japan and Beach Blanket Babylon’s Last Year

On the Sunday, May 5th edition of The Travel Guys…. * In The Travel News, Marriott is going into the hotel rental business, aka Airbnb.  Believe it or not, the same week Marriott makes that announcement, Airbnb announces they are going into the hotel business.  Coincidence?  We think not.  The SAP Arena in San Jose has announced they are joining the growing ranks of public venues adopting a Clear Bag Policy.  Basically, it means any bag you...

Marriott Rewards Launches Name Change

On the Sunday, February 17th edition of The Travel Guys… Steve LaRosa is in for Tom Romano and joins Mark in the studio. In the Travel News, United Airlines is offering TV for free.  That’s on the 211 aircraft which have the in seat back screens.  Previously there was a charge, but now you can watch the screens or on your own device for free.  Southwest Airlines has declared a “operational emergency.”  It appears a...