How NonSkiiers Can Enjoy Mountains, TSA Roadmap For Surveilance, Don’t Get An Airline Card

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Daddy enjoys boarding the mountain while Timmy is in lessons.

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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 Sunday, December 9, 2018, that we think you should read.

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The Morning Shave

TSA’s Roadmap for Airport Surveillance Moves in a Dangerous Direction. – The TSA is collecting a lot of valuable information about travelers and applicants for TSA PreCheck and Global Entry. But nobody is talking about what they are doing with that information and how it is safeguarded. I can imagine this being a target for hackers in the near future.

How Nonskiers Can Make the Most of a Mountain Getaway. – Even if you don’t like to ski or snowboard, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t tag along. Most mountain resorts have plenty to offer people who won’t hit the slopes.

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Why You Shouldn’t Get An Airline Credit Card – The common advice is to get the credit card of the airline you use the most. But should you follow that advice? Here are reasons why you shouldn’t get an airline credit card.

20 Most Popular Road Trip Routes in the US. – With gas prices heading lower, it may be time to hit the road with friends or family. Here are 20 fun road trips that you should take. Before you hit the road, read my list of 11 road trip essentials you should bring with you.

4 Things to Know Before You Apply for a Capital One Card. – There are some very valid points about Capital One in this article. Banks are definitely making it harder to get approved for credit cards because of the generous offers and because there are signs that the economic expansion is reaching an end. I was finally approved for the Capital One Venture Card recently after multiple tries over the last 6 years. Honestly, I’m not sure what I did differently this time versus my previous applications.

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