Some cases, even once resolved, leave us scratching our heads. Rod Mirchev’s is one of them. Mirchev had booked a room at the Hotel RL in Washington, D.C., for Inauguration Day weekend. He got a great rate, too. Until, that is, his online travel agency, Booking.com, pulled the rug out from under him.
One of the biggest days for Washington, D.C. happens with every incoming President. Rod Mirchev plans to be there January 20, alongside millions of supporters and protesters on Inauguration Day.
The Ramada Plaza Hotel in Orlando claims Nancy Nutting smoked in her room and charged her credit card a $350 cleaning fee. Just one problem: She doesn’t smoke.
Roslyn Lang pays $25 to check her small suitcase each time she travels on United Airlines. Although her bag could fit in the overhead compartment, she is 73 years old and can’t lift the suitcase, so she always checks her bag.
Between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, nearly 100 million Americans will travel. While the vast majority of us will travel by car, a significant minority will travel by plane. And a portion of those airline passengers will have an added challenge: they travel with children.