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Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Master Thread
« on: September 20, 2018, 07:08:34 PM »
Aeroplan E-store
dont know what that is but Iíll check it. Thx

Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Master Thread
« on: September 20, 2018, 04:49:05 PM »
There are 44 pages here so maybe it was written previously. I don't have their cc and they said my mileage is expiring soon. Any quick, cheap way to keep it going another year? TIA

Tech Talk / Re: iPhone 6
« on: September 05, 2018, 01:35:26 PM »
Don't know what this has to do with iPhone 6 but there's a kosher clock by kosher innovations

Credit Cards / Re: Chase Sapphire Reserve
« on: August 14, 2018, 12:31:03 PM »
I told them the numbers were hard to read.

Credit Cards / Re: Marriott Rewards Card
« on: August 09, 2018, 03:04:09 PM »
Now that this card and SPG merged, are we getting one card instead of two?

Credit Cards / Re: Chase Sapphire Reserve
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:11:26 PM »
Tell them card is damaged
Is that a good way to get a second card for your wife without paying the extra $75? Or will they take back the "damaged" card, or not allow your original card to be used somehow?

is there parking by Carlos & Gabys?
Right in front and everywhere else, meters

Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Master Thread
« on: July 03, 2018, 04:48:44 PM »
1. Transfer a minimal # of points from Amex or SPG to keep all your points from expiring.

2. If you live in Canada, go to Esso and buy $3 of gas and swipe your Aeroplan card. IIRC they'll even take a # without a card, so if you have a friend in Canada who wants to buy gas and give you the points....

3. Buy something from the Aeroplan e-store. I think it works just like a cash back portal, and also takes 6-8 weeks for miles to be credited to your account (not sure how quickly option 2 posts).

4. If all else fails, sell your miles to a broker, provided that someone's willing to buy your miles close to expiry.
We don't have cards or we'd just use them. I do have spg. I'm gonna look and see how much we both have if it's actually worth it. I know we don't have much. Thanks

I will be doing 9am
- East Wing Tour -
1. Is it safe to say I will finish by 11:30am  ?

I would like to cover 2 things
- Newsuem - 
- Spy Musuem -

2. Which should I do first
3. How much time do I need for both

That evening I would like to do a tour of some of the monuments in a group of 6
I know there is a golf cart but I read it only holds 5, Another option is Segway I just don't like the waste of time of 30 mins to learn how to ride it.

4. Can anyone suggest a quick tour that will let us see
- Washington Monument -
- Lincoln Memorial -
- Jefferson Memorial -
- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial (View of Capital or Capital Building) -

keep in mind that the Newseum's price includes two days (at least when I went) because of how much to do and see there. We didn't even spend a whole day there but we could've spent more than one. Enjoy. We thought it was fabulous.

Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Master Thread
« on: July 03, 2018, 04:04:37 PM »
I and my wife got emails that our Aeroplan miles are about to expire. Any ideas?

If you haven’t done Hevron before I strongly suggest doing the tour on the bus that goes to kever rahel and Hevron.  Go to the Hevron website and book the tour with Rav simcha Hockbaum of Hevron.  You will not regret it.  Book early as it fills up.  A real treat.
As for ir David, you can do it yourself piecemeal but it pays to do the compkete three hour tour.
hope not old. pager - 0524317257. office 0524317055. He's great!

is Banff a good place to go with kids age 4 and 10 ? if yes how long should we stay in order to cover it in full ?
We didn't go with children but most of it is sightseeing, walking around. It's beautiful nature. Not sure how much a 4 year old would get out of it. As adults it was incredible. We went early sunday morning until late Thursday night and we found it enough time. Just my opinion.

I didn't experience any need for an SUV. As long as you plan to stick to the main roads, a regular car is completely adequate.
I agree. Did the same. All regular roads.

Fairmont Lake Louise

1. Anyone used free nights from a "friend" and checked in without an issue?
2. Will they store freezer items?
3. Can you get a microwave in room? or how else can you get meals heated?
1. I don't know. 2. yes 3. in room - request it (I was on the gold floor but I don't know if that makes a difference for 2 and 3.

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