Universal’s Hagrid-Themed Coaster, Delta Free In-Flight Wifi, London’s Secret Love Hotels

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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 Tuesday, March 12, 2019, that we think you should read.

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A Saudi Mother Got on a Plane But Forgot to Take Her Baby With Her. – Talk about embarrassing. I’ve forgotten a lot of things while traveling, but never my child. Ok, there was a time where I booked Timothy on a different flight departing at the same time to the same location. And that was pretty crazy. But this is next level. Luckily, the story has a happy ending. I can’t even imagine the stress that this created for the mother.

New Details on Universal Orlando’s New Hagrid-Themed Coaster Ride. – I’ve been to the Orlando Universal theme parks and the Harry Potters rides and attractions are some of the best I’ve ever seen. I love how you get immersed in the world of Harry Potter. This ride was exhilarating as Dueling Dragons and it will be even more amazing with the updated technology and scenery. I can’t wait!

Free Inflight Wifi Coming to Delta. – In today’s age where airlines are charging for anything and everything, it is a nice surprise that Delta is actually offering something extra for free.

Inside London’s secret ’love hotels’. – Apparently, there are some hotel rooms that are designed specifically for your afternoon delights. The article says that Japan has the same thing, but they do it without the disapproving looks from the hotel check-in desk agents.

Exclusive: U.S. commercial pilot addresses Boeing 737 MAX safety. – I understand that there are a lot of unknowns right now. And it is good that this pilot believes that these planes are safe. But, more countries and airlines continue to ban this aircraft until questions are answered. France and the UK just banned the 737 MAX from their airspace. And a former NTSB Managing Director says “I’m not sure if I would put my children on a 737 MAX this morning.

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