Silk Road of China with Art Tours by Amy, October 2019

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Amy Osaki from Art Tours by Amy has announced their most recent tour on the Silk Road!

It promises to be a spectacular, one-of-a-kind itinerary focusing on Art and History along China’s Silk Road.

Silk Road of China: Art, History and Archaeology

October 10-20, 2019

Join Art Tours by Amy’s third trip across China, and journey from Xi’an over two thousand miles west to Kashgar. For thousands of years, the Silk Road connected China with the Mediterranean Sea over four thousand miles distant. This route was already a thousand years old when Marco Polo made his journey in 1271.

Call Willamette Intl Travel to arrange your once-in-a-lifetime tour through ancient art and history of the Silk Road

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  • Traverses the eastern part of the route, including three Chinese provinces
  • Xi’an, home of the Terracotta warriors
  • Jiayuguan and westernmost part of the Great Wall
  • imposing sand dunes of the Gobi Desert
  • Dunhuang and Mogao Caves filled with a thousand years of Buddhist art
  • Silk Road city of Turpan
  • Bezeklik grottoes
  • alpine lake of Tianchi in the Tian Shan (Celestial Mountains)
  • Bazaar & mosques of Kashgar
  • Muztagh Ata and Kongur Mountains, the tallest peaks in the Pamir and Kunlun mountain ranges
  • Pre-Trip Tour Available: Oct 8 in Beijing

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Click here for the detailed trip itinerary.

View slide show from the previous Silk Road trips:

2013 Silk Road trip

2011 Silk Road trip

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Travel News: Virgin Atlantic Pilots Plan Christmas Strike

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Virgin Atlantic pilots plan Christmas strike

BBC Reports that some Virgin Atlantic pilots will strike from 22 December to Christmas Day in a dispute over union recognition. The union, which represents about a third of pilots at the airline, said it was excluded from talks over proposed changes to pilot benefits. It said this was the first of a series of one to four-day strikes it wants to hold until the dispute is resolved. Virgin Atlantic said it did not expect any disruption to its schedule. The PPU said 72% of its Virgin Atlantic members turned out for a ballot, and 71.5% of those who voted backed strike action. The other strikes are planned for 30 December to 2 January and 4 January to 7 January inclusive.

Super Sensitive High Tech Scanner To Shorten Airport Queues

Airlineratings reports a super-sensitive passenger scanner that reveals hidden security threats is being trialed in the UK. The walk-through scanner, which uses space technology to image human body heat, is the result of a collaboration between Sequestim Ltd. and Cardiff University scientists. Computer learning allows the scanner to distinguish between threats and non-threats but without the need for passengers to keep still or remove outer clothing. Globally, around 12 million passengers travel by plane every day on 120,000 flights. The technology has the potential to cut queues at airport terminals as it screens people on the move. It will also impact on the effectiveness of security and help keep passengers safe. “Passenger numbers are expected to double in 20 years, putting airport security facilities under immense pressure,” said Ken Wood, Sales and Marketing Director of Sequestim Ltd, a joint venture between Cardiff University and QMC Instruments Ltd. “Our scanner combines a number of world-leading technologies developed by our team here in the UK. It uses the human body as a source of “light”, in contrast with existing scanners which process reflected and scattered millimetre-waves while the passenger is required to strike a pose.” “Our system only needs a few seconds to do its work. Passengers walking normally through security would no longer need to take off coats and jackets, or remove personal items such as phones.” The trial takes place privately, by invitation only, from 4 to 7 December 2018 at Cardiff Airport and will not affect passenger journeys.

Delta Air Lines Unveils First Biometric Terminal In Atlanta 

Travel Market Reports Delta’s Atlanta customers flying direct to an international destination will be able to use facial recognition to check in at the self-service kiosk. Passengers at the Delta terminal in Atlanta can use facial recognition technology “from curb to gate,” in what the airline is touting as the first biometric terminal. Delta has been installing biometric features in Terminal F at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport since announcing its plans earlier this fall. Passengers flying with Delta’s partner airlines, Aeromexico, Air France-KLM or Virgin Atlantic, will also have access to the facial recognition technology. Delta customers flying direct to an international destination will be able to use facial recognition to check in at the self-service kiosks; drop checked baggage at the counters; serve as identification at the TSA checkpoint; board a flight at any gate in Terminal F; and go through Customs and Border Protection processing for international travelers arriving into the US. “We’re removing the need for a customer checking a bag to present their passport up to four times per departure,” said Gil West, Delta’s COO. According to the carrier, the facial recognition option is saving an average of two seconds for each customer at boarding, or nine minutes when boarding a widebody aircraft, based on initial data. Since coming online in October, Delta said nearly all 25,000 customers who travel through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta’s Terminal F each week have chosen this process, with less than 2% opting out.

UK and EU Must ‘Wake Up’ To Risk Of Grounded Flights After Brexit 

CNBC.com reports A body representing 50 airlines has written to the European Commission warning that it must take urgent action to prevent the grounding of flights after the UK leaves the European Union. “We get the sense from the politicians and officials that on the morning of March 30, the aviation industry will wake up and go to work as usual, even if there is a hard Brexit,” Andrew Kelly, president of the European Regions Airlines Association (ERA), said in a press release on Tuesday. “It won’t, it can’t, and the UK and EU need to wake up to that fact now, before it’s too late.” The UK is due to depart the EU on March 29. The letter to officials in Brussels claimed that a “no-deal” Brexit could have “disastrous consequences,” impacting routes, aviation safety and border security. The ERA has estimated that 1.8 million routes across Europe will be affected in the event of a no-deal Brexit. 

Delta Revamps Menu: ‘Pre-Select’ Meals To Expand, Drink Prices Bumped 

Atlanta Business Chronicle reports Delta’s pre-select meal option will soon be available on all Delta One routes, expanding the food option to more business customers traveling between the US and Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and South America. Beginning today, pre-select meals will be available in more than 200 markets around the world, marking a relatively speedy expansion since its initial launch in March. Delta One is the airline’s latest update to its business-class cabin that features lie-flat beds and sliding privacy doors. The pre-select meal program is part of Delta Air Lines Inc.’s multi-billion dollar investment in the overall customer experience, which heavily focuses on onboard personalization. The pre-select option allows passengers to pick their meal of choice ahead of time. Delta said the pre-select expansion comes following “rave reviews” in initial markets, which included Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport to Europe. The airline’s pre-select markets expanded in June to Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle and Salt Lake City. “Customers continue to tell us how much they value having control over their in-flight experience,” said Lisa Bauer, Delta’s vice president of on-board services. 

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WIT Agent in Thailand: Part 2

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Last Month, WIT Agent Lindsay embarked on a FAM trip to Thailand, exploring Phuket and Bangkok and inspecting tours, tour guides and accommodations on the way. 

The next morning we caught our shuttle boat to drop us off near the Grand Palace, a very fitting name for such a sight! Across the street is the temple of the Reclining Buddha where there are many many Buddha statues from all over Thailand that show the diversity in how he is represented. There were amazing smells of delicious food that I wish we had time to try! This was a short day as we had the evening to meet with Thai vendors and learn about their products. At the reception they hosted an early Loi Krathong festival, which happens in November every year to pay respects to the goddess of water by either creating floating flower baskets for the river or in regions not near water, they create floating lanterns.

Our driver, Mr. Joe, picked us up drive us to go explore some street food in the Thonburi area. Our walking tour explored the neighborhood where Catholics, Chinese, and Muslims live together harmoniously, unique to Thailand. Our guides Yin and Net led the way sharing pork satay, snake fruit, and a popular dessert of miniature fruit lookalikes made of muk bean (Thai marsapan) and coated in gelatin.

We walked to see one of the last few salt warehouses on the river and Princess Mother Memorial, the house of the late King Rama 9th. We continued on to see a couple different Chinese temples, including Kuan Yin Shrine on the river. As seen in the picture, Chinese temples had vibrant colors and ornate decorations (you will see a few scattered throughout Thailand).

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Next was Santa Cruz church which was built by the Portuguese on land that was gifted to them for their help in fighting Burma in 1767. The church was originally wood and burned down in 1833 but was rebuilt and renovated in 1916. We stopped at a small museum in a house that showed history of Thai food and their influence by missionaries, then had a refreshing drink downstairs before continuing to Wat Kanlayanmitr, to see a giant golden Buddha, where we concluded our tour.

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Mr Joe drove us to Aykra Bangkok where we were greeted with delicious ginger sweet Thai tea and inspected their gorgeous two bedroom suite with washer, dryer and kitchenette, available for $300 night! Their gym did not disappoint, better than my apartment gym! The infinity pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the city looked very relaxing. After freshening up we headed out for a food tour, starting  at the 24 hour flower market and continued to a Michelin recommended restaurant for dinner called Elvis Suki. We had scallops that were so tender and perfectly seasoned, served in shell with pieces of pork.

After dessert we hopped in Tuk Tuks to drive to China Town, for sightseeing. We zipped through the streets and pulled up to an area reminding you of Times Square except every inch of the street was lined with food carts, it was packed on a Saturday night! We navigated through the streets filled with every smell imaginable, to meet up with our Tuk Tuks and ride to Tep Bar, famous for creating Thai inspired cocktails. It was reminiscent of a speak easy jazz bar and inside live performance on Saturday night. To conclude the evening, I tried a refreshing herbal liquor cocktail with passion fruit, lime, simple syrup and ginger, it was delicious!  

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Early morning we caught a plane on Thai airways headed for Phuket. There are quite a few food options in the airport, even in the morning all were open. The plane was very spacious and I was impressed with the business class seats as we walked by to our economy seats. It was plenty of space for myself in economy and the male colleagues as well, plus they offer free checked baggage of 30kg. They have USB ports available to each seat and they offer you blankets before takeoff because it is freezing on the plane! All Thai flights offer a snack, and they served chicken satay calzones very quickly since it is only an hour flight. I was surprised how big the plane was and how many people were headed to Phuket, they get 1100 incoming flights a week! 

Phuket has buildings with Sino-Portuguese influence making it very unique to Thailand. We stopped in old Town Phuket for lunch at Tu Lab Khao which is in a beautiful old building and a large colorful lobster on the side of the building. Another delicious multi-course meal served family style but there are also options for individual servings; there is a large selection with great variety, I highly recommend trying! Phuket night market was setting up when we arrived. It is definitely a highlight our tour guides and I wish we could’ve stayed for, this part of town was very relaxed and made you feel by the sea. After walking through the streets lined with boutique coffee shops, it reminded me of pictures I have seen of Havanna. On our two hour drive to Phang Nga, we stopped at a lookout point where monkeys roamed freely and were free entertainment, and then Pornthip, a grocery store with all sorts of souvenirs. There was a cute koi fish fountain out front and ice cream stand.

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Finally in the southern region of Thailand I was excited to be near the beach! We spent the day exploring limestone islands by boat with our first stop at James Bond Island, in Phang Nga Bay, famous for starring in “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Beautiful views and a unique rock structure to make it appear you are holding the rock on your back. We zipped over to a floating dock where we boarded kayaks to explore caves and grottos. Our guides were so kind and comical! Lastly we stopped to visit Como Point Yamu Beach Club for a light and fresh lunch including ceviche, guacamole, refreshing beverages and of course grilled sea food. It was my favorite meal in Thailand as it was a change up from much of the hot or fried food offered. This spot is complimentary to all hotel guests and has a free shuttle to transport guests a couple times a day. There were lounge chairs galore, a beautiful pool and plenty of water activities- we watched a group of guests get whipped around on a blow-up raft being pulled by a Sea-Doo. The water was perfect temperature and the sand beautiful and soft, I could’ve stayed for a week!  

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My favorite part of the trip was visiting the Yaowawit in Phang Nga, a pre-vocational school that also provides housing for students. It was started in 2006 after the tsunami in 2004 wiped out a good portion of the region. Many children were left orphaned so it was opened to teach them skills enabling them to provide for themselves in the future. The school is a full functioning hostel as well that is very well priced! Children do board on a different part of the campus and the funds raised through the products they sell and the hostel help provide food, housing and resources for the children that stay at the school.

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After breakfast on the beach at Akyra Beach club we caught our 1 hour flight back to Bangkok for a full afternoon of exploring. We checked into Sukothai, a serence and peaceful hotel in the middle of the city. The property had an amazing central garden that the rooms looked into as well as Michelin rated restaurants and a fabulous pool and spa. It was the perfect place to end our busy trip as the ambiance was very relaxing and I loved that the decorative details of the hotel incorporated history and culture of Thailand. After exploring our incredible suites we hopped over to MBK, a massive shopping center that was basically several malls all connected. We quickly made our way to the food court, which is it’s own floor and had tons of cheap and delicious options! Definitely a great place to grab souvenirs at the end of our trip as well as get great Thai food for cheap. A few others opted to explore the night market on the river, it doesn’t open until 5 and has endless street food options as well as a Ferris wheel. I wish I had had the energy to go leaves me with something look forward to for my next visit to Thailand.

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WIT Agent in Thailand: Part 1, Bangkok & Ayutthaya

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WIT Travel Agent Lindsay went on a FAM trip to Thailand last month, in order to inspect various accommodations, tour guides, and tours. WIT only works with tour providers who offer the highest quality of service. Here is Lindsay’s report, Part 1. 

Call us to arrange your own unique tour to Thailand! 503-224-0180 or email inquiry@wittravel.com. 

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Photos from Lindsay’s Trip to Thailand

First Day

Our driver picked us up in mercifully air-conditioned vans, complete with leather seats and even a Nespresso machine. Our first stop was a restaurant by the river, where we dangled our feet over the water. We filled our bellies with a gigantic bowl of noodles, and a dozen small dishes served family-style. Still recovering from jet lag, my stomach wasn’t quite ready for Thai food–but the chicken satay and soup proved delicious and flavorful.

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Our hotel, Sala Ayutthaya, was just a few doors down from the restaurant. The staff greeted us with elegant flower pieces and butterfly pea tea, a sweet, vibrantly purple drink. Rooms here were open concept, with glass walls that divided the bathroom from the bedroom, and a bathtub enclosed with the shower.

That first day, we tried our hands on a local treat that was like a pancake wrapped around Thai version of cotton candy. I was quickly learning how much Thailand loves their sweets! We also learned to make fish mobiles from bamboo, before sitting down for the evening welcome meal, complete with delicate dancers.

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Rice Farm Tour

The next day, we started with a tour of a local organic rice farm, quite unique in that it was both organic and grew rose-colored grains. We learned about the history of rice farming, as well as the actual practice of growing rice. After the farm, we enjoyed a light meal of traditional Thai dishes–including succulent, freshly grilled river prawns–and after that, it was time to explore the ruins of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand for 400 years.

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Bangkok

Next, it was off to Bangkok for a couple different river cruises. Our first stop was at Baan Dvara Prateeip, to a meditation retreat in Koh Kret, where we learned about meditation and traditional Thai flower arrangement techniques. Lunch was delicious and interactive, we learned to cook noodles and had a wide variety of Thai dishes and sweets. The second half of the river cruise included a Thai massage, before we finally arrived at Avani Riverside hotel, with its endless river views from each room. The rooftop bar had spectacular view of the night market across the street, a Ferris wheel and food carts. Our dinner was an international buffet at the Anatara resort: delicious grilled seafood, sushi, Mac and cheese for home’s sake and of course Thai dishes as well. They truly make you feel welcome here, with nightly dance performances (they even invite guests up to join them).

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Tune in Next Time, Lindsay’s Trip to Thailand, Part 2!

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WIT Agent in Thailand

WIT Agent Lindsay recently went on an investigative trip through Thailand. And she brought back her photos that we’d like to share with you post-holiday.

Tune in next time when we’ll hear her full report!

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Street food market in Yodse area

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24hour flower market

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Reclining Buddha at Wat Po (short name for full name, also known as Temple of the Reclining Buddha), next to Grand Palace

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Sitting Buddha from Wat Kanlayanamitr

Just wanted to let you know I made it safely and the welcome dinner was so beautiful. Dancers, music, activities, beautiful dishes and such lovely people. The farmer’s house was so special and they were very welcoming. It has been a great first day. Ayutthaya is very relaxed and peaceful right on the river. Looking forward to seeing the contrast of Bangkok!

More about Thailand on our Blog: 

Shopping in Thailand

Mekong Cruise

Ayutthaya

Mekhala Cruise on the Chao Praya

Thailand with Vexplore

Reading List: Thailand

Chinese New Year

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Thanksgiving with Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, Africa

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Happy Thanksgiving Week, friends and clients! Here at Willamette Intl Travel, we are so thankful for an amazing year of adventures and arranging dream trips for clients all around the world!

In this week of thanksgiving, we’d like to give a few sweet updates from our friends at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, Africa. 

What is the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust?

This conservation project is dedicated to the protection and preservation of Africa’s Wilderness, particularly endangered species like elephants and the Black Rhino.

Willamette Intl Travel regularly organizes meaningful trips to Africa for clients, and 1-2 a year, the owners escort an exclusive group throughout Kenya, Namibia, South Africa or other African countries. It’s those meaningful connections with people and wildlife that make wild Africa one of our favorite destinations. 

Latest News from the Wildlife Trust

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photo courtesy of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

MEET MERRU

On September 1, a calf was discovered stuck down in a quarry. His finders were divided; some wanted to claim him for bushmeat, while others were sympathetic to his plight. The latter group prevailed and got word to the KWS, who rushed to keep the baby safe until we arrived.
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The road to recovery for Merru, as we named him, has been difficult. For his first week at the Nursery, he was unable to sleep, instead pacing in circles. We persevered and, thanks to round-the-clock care and the moral support of the other orphans, Merru at last seems to be putting his traumatic past behind him.
LUALENI BECOMES A MOTHER
It’s a girl! We’re delighted to announce the birth of Lulu, Lualeni’s first baby — and our 30th “grandcalf” born to wild-living orphan. The new mum arrived at our Ithumba stockades last week with her little one in tow, clearly brimming with pride and excited to introduce us to her.
We’ve known Lualeni since she was just four months old, when she was abandoned. Although she wasn’t able to grow up in the wild alongside her mother, we’re thrilled that now — 14 years later— things have come full circle and she has the opportunity to raise her own family in the wild.
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SAVING A SNARED CALF’S LIFE
Our five Mobile Veterinary Units save hundreds of wild lives each year. This calf, treated by the Mara team, is one such patient. He had become entangled in a snare, leaving it caught between his jaws, wrapping around his head and slicing into his ears. Not only did this cause excruciating pain, but it also restricted his ability to feed.
The Unit’s KWS veterinarian cut away the braided wire, treated the wounds, and sent the pint-sized patient back to his herd with a positive prognosis. He had been living with the snare for at least a week, so we can only imagine his relief at being freed at last.
Keep up to date with the goings-on with the Wildlife Trust at their website.

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Survive Thanksgiving Travel with your Sanity Intact: Tips from WIT Agents

Important! WIT Holiday Office Hours: November 22-25 closed for Thanksgiving weekend. 

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Want a stress-free holiday this Thanksgiving? Of course you do! Here are some of our best tips and tricks to surviving the holidays with your sanity intact.

Before Your Flight 

  • If you’re traveling domestically, be sure to check in online within 24 hours of departure. Most airlines allow check in 24 hours prior to a flight, and depending on your status, you may even get 48 hours. Go online on the airline’s website, check in, pay any domestic baggage fees if necessary, and, if you can, print your boarding pass. This can greatly reduce wait times at the airport and settle any possible seat issues early.
  • Travel with as little carry-on luggage as possible. This frees up your arms and allows you to stay mobile and stress-free.
  • Arrive 2-3 hours prior to your flight. This ensures ample time to check in your luggage, collect your boarding pass and pass through security.
  • If you’re bringing any gifts, be sure to leave your presents unwrapped while they are in your luggage, on the chance that the TSA may want to inspect your bag.
  • Fully charge your cell phone before leaving home. Keep your charger in your carry-on bag. Don’t keep your cell phone with your credit card, in case you misplace one. Many phone cases include sleeves where you can keep your cash and cards, but we advise you not to use these, as cell phones have a chance of being stolen.
  • If your flight is cancelled and you are directed to a re-accommodation line, get in that line ASAP. If your agent at Willamette Intl Travel issued your ticket, call us ASAP and we will help you handle it.
  • Unfortunately, luggage has a risk of getting lost these days. If you’re traveling with someone, divide everyone’s items over the bags, so if 1 bag goes missing, everyone still has a change of clothes. Also be sure to keep a change of clothes in your carry-on bag, together with toiletries and medications, each packed in their own respective see-through plastic bag.
  • Dress in layers as temperature can vary in airports or aircraft cabins. 

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During Your Trip

  • Be aware of your surroundings and people around you, especially in crowded and busy locations.
  • Keep your purse or day pack on you; a cross body bag is excellent since you can pull it in front of you and anchor with your arm and hand.
  • Think before setting your bag somewhere in public. Is 100% of the bag visible? Keep it in your sight. A bag under your chair can be taken behind your back.
  • Traveling with others? Always have a meeting place defined before you split up in airports, cities, stores. 
  • Be aware of hotel scams. Do not give your credit card information over the hotel’s phone line—always go down to the front desk. Scammers often call people in hotel rooms posing as hotel staff to collect your sensitive info. Read our post for more possible travel scams.
  • If you misplace your room key at a hotel, don’t ask for another key. If they make a copy, the old key is still floating around and cab be used to enter your room. Ask the hotel instead to reset the lock and issue you a new set of keys. 

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For those traveling with Alaska Air and bringing wines, we have a few tip for you: 

Wines Fly Free from 29 cities on Alaska Air

The Wines Fly Free program from Alaska Airlines is available on nonstop domestic flights to 29 cities in California, Oregon, Idaho and Washington.

While it’s limited to members of the Alaska Airline frequent flier program (Mileage Plan), it’s free to become a member and includes the potential for other perks.

Wines Fly Free has been so well-received that the coverage has continually expanded, including new 18 cities earlier this year.

The complimentary wine “bag” check can be claimed by adding a valid frequent flier number to the flight reservation and Alaska Airlines will issue a $25 fee waiver to check a case of 12 bottles of properly-packed wine. Appropriate shipping containers are available at participating wineries or mailing services.

When checking in, guests should notify Alaska Airlines customer service that wine is being checked and it will be marked fragile.

Wines Fly Free airports include:

  • Eugene, Medford, Portland, and Redmond in Oregon;
  • Burbank, Fresno, Los Angeles, Monterey, Oakland, Ontario, Orange County, Palm Springs, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Santa Rosa in California;
  • Boise, Idaho;
  • Bellingham, Pasco, Pullman, Seattle, Spokane, Walla Walla, Wenatchee, and Yakima in Washington.

Read more at Alaska Airlines: https://blog.alaskaair.com/travel-tips/how-to-check-a-case-of-wine-for-free/

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EXTRAS

PLUS… Top Travel Destinations for 2019, for designers lovers from Architectural Digest. 

Check out our Thanksgiving Reading List

Have an Emergency or urgent need concerning your travel plans? Call 503-224-0180 and our after hours service can connect you to one of our agents if needed.

 

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