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Tuesday Travel Website of the Week: Momondo

October 26th, 2010 · Comments Off · Tips & Tricks, Travel Website

Momondo is a visually sleek travel search aggregator (a search tool where you can search multiple online travel booking sites and see side by side results.) There are lots of aggregated search sites out there, but what set Momondo apart for me is two things.

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Tuesday Travel Website of the Week: ITA Software’s Flight Search

September 28th, 2010 · Comments Off · Travel Website

Developers of the search tools used on major travel powerhouses, have had a had flight search tool available to the public for years.

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Making Travel Easier: 5 Ways to Help Short Legs Through Long Terminals

December 21st, 2009 · Comments Off · Tips & Tricks

Adults in top physical shape will weave through moving sidewalks filled with wheelies to make it to the jetway on time and miss. How the heck is someone traveling with a kid who just began walking or is easily sidetracked supposed to make it?

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Kicking kids off airplanes, tantrums and more advice?

November 2nd, 2009 · Comments Off · Experience

I am going to keep traveling with my child in the not-so-friendly skies. She will kick your seat, whine, squirm, run up the aisle stopping to check out what movie you are watching, and maybe not make it to the lavatory in time.

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Airline executives: Look at what Gulf Air is doing

April 17th, 2009 · Comments Off · Misc

Nannies in the Sky!   According to its website, “Gulf Air offers a free service dedicated to young travellers, the Sky Nanny.”  From departure gate to disembarkcation, Gulf Air will provide a Nanny to help you and entertain your kids while you get a break.  And it says FREE!! We would like to visit the Middle [...]

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