Hello, hi, it’s me, Adam. I’m not sure how many people read this blog regularly anymore as opposed to people reading random posts from Google searches (lots of people want to know about Avianca and TAP business class for some reason). I am going to continue to plow through trip… Read more »
This is the sixth and final post documenting my Memorial Day weekend trip to Sitges, outside of Barcelona. You can read an overview of the trip here. Aer Lingus Flt. 109 Dublin to New York-Kennedy (DUB-JFK) A330, Business Class Sch. Dep. 4:10pm Act. Dep…. Read more »
This is part 5 of a series documenting my Memorial Day weekend trip to Sitges, outside of Barcelona. You can read an overview of the trip here. Aer Lingus Flight 563 Barcelona to Dublin (BCN-DUB) A320, Economy Sch. Dep. 11:00AM Act. Dep. 12:06AM Sch. Arr. 12:45PM Act. Arr. 1:27PM My… Read more »
This is the conclusion of my trip report series from my July 2016 trip to Spain. For an introduction, see this post. I left the Radisson at 6:30am for my 9:25am flight. Despite it only being a 10-minute walk to Dublin’s Terminal 2, given the rigmarole of US preclearance processes, I… Read more »
This is part ten in my trip report series from my July 2016 trip to Spain. For an introduction, see this post. The business class fare that I had booked home was out of Dublin. I thought that flying from somewhere in Basque country to Dublin would be pretty cheap. Alas,… Read more »
Rather than flying back direct from Dublin, I decided to connect through Paris. For only a few dollars more in airport taxes, I added an extra leg, more miles, and an overnight stopover. Unfortunately this meant an early morning out of Dublin, the morning after a pubcrawl.
I’ve been a Club Carlson Gold member for most of this year. Overall, I’ve found Club Carlson elite treatment completely inconsistent – particularly in terms of upgrades. The most valuable perk, though, has been “Weekend Extender” rates offered to gold elites. At locations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa,… Read more »
This is the first post in a series of 4 trip reports about a quasi-mileage run I took over the long Thanksgiving weekend. The impetus was a sub-$400 fare to Dublin, and I had some fun and fortune playing around with the return trip, which I discussed here, leading to… Read more »