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Several airports in the U.K. charge drivers, including taxis, a “kiss and drop” fee at the airport, and if you stay longer than the allotted waiting time, you could be fined.
You probably assume that many airline fees are refundable if your plans change. Airlines assume the opposite: that unless they specifically say a fee is refundable, it isn’t.
A fun summer vacation doesn’t have to be just a dream. Here are ways to save $1,000 or more so you can have the vacation you want.
Although some hotel chains offer free Wi-Fi to all of their guests, big chains often require you to sign up for their loyalty program before you’re able to access free Internet.
Would-be travelers could be in for some pleasant surprises if predictions are correct, but watch out for the extra fees.
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