Well I made the decision to get the new Chase Sapphire Reserve card. I’ll go into why in a separate post, but the friendly UPS guy delivered it to the house just a little while ago. Like with most things, I couldn’t help but do a little photoshoot of it. Click through for my first impressions!
I love the Airbus A380. They are absolutely massive jets that are quiet, comfortable, and are the absolute pinnacle of aircraft engineering in my opinion. Now, to be fair, my opinion of the aircraft is probably juuuuust a bit biased since I’ve flown on them five times and each time has been in First Class 🙂
Anyway, I was out at DFW doing some planespotting a few weeks ago and managed to position myself perfectly to capture the Qantas A380 landing from one of the longest flights in the world. I hope you enjoy it, click through for the picture!
Let’s dig into some image samples from my new Sony lens. Click through for the full-size, full-resolution images!
I’m very proud of the pictures I take for this blog and regularly invest in my gear to make even better images for you. Come check out my newest piece of kit!
Today on What’s the Points I go over the new Business Class seat announced by Delta, go on a good rant about corporate travel policies and how airlines are changing their seats as a result, and talk about the final details of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. Check it out!
So this post won’t have too much to do with the Travel part of Andy’s Travel Blog, more about Andy. I ran a half marathon today! My time was gross and my body wants to explode all over the place, but I finished it! This’ll be a quick post, but just wanted to show off my shiny new medal, hope you had a great weekend!
So in my last article, about my day at Zion National Park, I posted quite a few pictures. I left one out. I left it out because it’s one of my favorite pictures I’ve ever taken and I thought it deserved its own post. You can learn all you want about photography but there are certain times where you just get flat out lucky.
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Most people would take a day trip to Zion National Park in Utah on their way through the American Southwest, maybe on their way to Bryce National Park or even Antelope Canyon in Arizona. I’m kind of insane, so my day trip was a little different. At 6am in Dallas I found a decent deal on a nonstop flight to Las Vegas that left at 9am Dallas time and returned at 6am the next morning (long-time readers are now rolling their eyes because they know what’s coming next). I thought to myself, “well why not?” and booked the flight, having no idea what I would do for a day in Vegas.
I went to Zion National Park after a wedding in Vegas last year and remembered that it was not too far of a drive from Las Vegas so I decided to return. But just for a few hours, then I’d have to turn around and get back to Vegas to catch my flight back home. If I had time I wanted to hike to Angel’s Landing again, so that was the plan.
Click through to read how the trip went!
I’m back with another episode of What’s the Points! In today’s episode we’ll discuss the Delta IT glitch and their response, a possible cause for the fire aboard the Emirates 777-300ER from the last episode, and a new Ritz-Carlton card that has the blogger world aflutter.
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American Airlines just made a fantastic investment in their customers: all premium in-flight entertainment on domestic flights is now free! Click through for all the juicy details!