The CrosbyReport blog is a sly SEO trick intended to “cast a wider net,” attracting more web traffic and increasing the number of subscribers to my email newsletter. My blog also provides an opportunity to write about topics that doesn’t really fit comfortably under the umbrella of a travel-oriented website—everything from technology to finance. So, theme-wise, the CrosbyReport blog is kinda all over the board. Enjoy!
I almost can’t imagine a hell worse than being on an airplane at 30,000 feet trapped next to a Regional Pharma Sales Rep loudly explaining the benefits of his erection pill to a client
A wildly misguided initiative to encourage hotel guests to leave tips for hotel room attendants.
We all know that airline fees suck, and that they’re only getting worse as airlines become more and more profitable.
As I’ve said before, my wife and I travel a lot. Sometimes it’s a vacation, sometimes it’s a business trip. Regardless, we often drop everything and take off for foreign lands whenever opportunities appear. How is…
Just when you thought flying couldn’t get any more expensive, the TSA piles on to get their pound of flesh and help price airline travel out of the reach for most Americans. Well, at least we’ll…
Charging for alcohol on an 11-hour international flight? US$8 for mediocre wine? That’s bullcrap, and you know it, United.
I recently came across this interesting video.
Hate having your already-scarce legroom encroached on by rude and inconsiderate passengers who want to recline their seats like a bunch of jerks?
Not that I’m shocked or anything, but Skytrax just announced that “America’s airlines are the world’s most profitable and least comfortable.” Who’s Skytrax? Well, it’s an airline…uh, tracking company.
While I’ll certainly admit that “the ability to fly” is a pretty cool super-power (and I’m starting to believe that it’s going to airlines’ collective heads.
Another “Pic Of The Day” in which I choose a favorite photo and republish it here so it looks like I blog more often than I do.
Just when you think airlines can’t make the experience any worse.