Category: Business Travel

Excursion Trip

Santa Monica Pier

How blessed are we who get to travel in our course of life? Recently, I wrote about extending your trip to include a separate stop at no cost to you if you are using travelling from most of the major point programs. I was travelling on AeroPlan for that trip and instead of just heading …

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Travel as far as you can

How Far Can You Fly?

When you travel, are you taking full advantage of the connections that you have to take? Have you considered extending that business trip by a few days and taking in the sights of one of your stops? Why not do this on purpose and take full advantage of the possible stops along the way. Recently …

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INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE

INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE Business Desk

INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE Stayed August 14-16, 2014 Room: King Suite on the 19th Floor. What a delight to stay at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre. I was on a trip to a conference and I wanted to be within walking distance. This seemed like a good choice. Being part of the IHG Hotel line, I was …

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The Best Kept Secret of the Canadian Airports!!

Entrance to the Maple Leaf Lounge

We’ve all been there, the three-hour stop over or worse, the unexpected delay. Whatever the reason, so many people just don’t know what to do in times like this. They end up walking from one area to another and then, they decide to grab a bite and a drink. We all know that without blinking …

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Easy Listening at 35,000 feet

Easy Listening at 35,000 feet.

I’m not sure which came first, either more people choosing to listen to their own devices while flying or the now growing trend from airlines like Air Canada Rouge to only offer video and audio through passengers devices. Either way, this is now very much the reality, and it presents a new problem for us, …

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