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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Saturday, July 22, 2017, that we think you should read.
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5 best hotels to use your IHG free night certificate. – IHG actually has a lot of really nice properties. I stayed at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco using a free night certificate and saved about $300.
Looks Like All The Fun Is Over At Princess Juliana In St. Maarten. – It’s a shame that the lady died, but that’s the risk we take when we put ourselves into harm’s way. It’s also a shame that the rest of us have to suffer and are excluded from fun activities because people do things that exceed their capabilities.
US Expected to Ban Travel to North Korea Next Week. – I had no desire to visit North Korea BEFORE they killed that kid.
This $25 Gadget Might Finally End the War Over the Airplane Armrest. – If you know that you’ll be sitting beside me on my next flight, it would be totally awesome of you to bring one of these. Here’s my Amazon referral link if you want to buy one.
Teen Flying by Himself Booted Off Overbooked Flight and Left Behind. – Not good. But, in some ways, it is a good lesson for the kid on how to take care of himself. Parents, if you’re going to let your child fly by themselves, always have a Plan B and make sure your kid knows what it is and how to execute it. Stuff happens.
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