#3 Posted on 3.11.05 1353.59 Reposted on: 3.11.12 1354.00
I used to leave town around a dozen times each year, but this year I only took two trips to Las Vegas in February, two to Denver in March, a weeklong trip to Las Vegas in May, and the twelve-day odyssey to Atlanta and Orlando in September.
#4 Posted on 3.11.05 1846.35 Reposted on: 3.11.12 1847.37
I've travelled across Canada three times over the past ten years...and I've lived in about ten cities over the past ten years. Couple that with having vacationed in another five or so places...yeah, I'd say I've travelled.
My preferred way of travel: Greyhound!!!! They really gotta start with the Airmiles program on the Greyhound system.
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#6 Posted on 3.11.05 2303.06 Reposted on: 3.11.12 2308.46
I like to travel when I can, and have only really been able to now that I am in college. There's something that amazes me about good rail travel. Coming from LA, and now going to school closer to the San Francisco Bay Area, the CalTrain and BART are awesome for when I visit friends that go to school at Berkeley and Stanford. I'm also pretty excited about the new highspeed rail programs being planned in California and hopefully getting finished within 15-20 years. It makes up for my lack of car, and thus I really appreciate good mass transit.
#8 Posted on 4.11.05 0858.19 Reposted on: 4.11.12 0859.01
I used to commute from Dallas to Orange County. For 13 months every Monday and Friday I was flying. I think that I still have around 300,000 miles to use on America West (You can get anywhere you want as long as you go thru Phoenix). I wonder how their recent merger will effect those miles?
#9 Posted on 4.11.05 0942.01 Reposted on: 4.11.12 0942.41
Originally posted by Von Erich I think that I still have around 300,000 miles to use on America West (You can get anywhere you want as long as you go thru Phoenix). I wonder how their recent merger will effect those miles?
The merger will combine American West and US air loyalty programs - but AW miles expire if you don't fly for awhile - so you ought to look into it.