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Airlines Add Fuel Surcharges
Saturday, 08 December 2007
airplane Fuel prices being what they are, it shouldn’t be too surprising that airlines are raising their fares during the busy holiday season. Infuriating – but not surprising. Fares have been boosted at least 10 percent more than they were last year, according to the Boston Globe, who report that fares out of Logan Airport for the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s are an average of 18 percent above Labor Day fares.
Planet Hollywood Invades Las Vegas
Friday, 07 December 2007
planet hollywood The new Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino held its grand opening earlier this month, and it was the sort of high-profile affair that one would expect. A bizarre grab-bag of celebrities were invited – such a bizarre mix, in fact, that one wonders if the only common denominator was that they weren’t doing anything else that night. Jon Stewart, Pam Anderson and Sylvester Stallone rubbed elbows with Patrick Swayze, Danny De Vito and N’Sync’s Joey Fatone, and were treated to concerts featuring Barbra Streisand, Bruce Willis and Earth, Wind and Fire.
Take The Bus
Thursday, 06 December 2007
greyhound bus For many travelers, the idea of taking a Greyhound bus is the last-choice option – but the folks at Greyhound are hoping to change that. Over the last three years, busing’s big dog has spent over $60 million on their vehicles and terminals, and they’re now mounting marketing campaigns aimed at the Hispanic market and at younger riders.

How successful the facelift will be is up in the air. A three-year labor strike took its toll on the company in the early 1990’s, and over the past decade Greyhound’s seen huge financial losses and several changes in ownership. In 2004, the bus line eliminated a large number of small-town stops and cut several routes, trumpeting that they would “speed up” service – but in reality, they lost a large number of riders who chose to take the bus precisely because it stopped at smaller destinations, and ridership declined.
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