Most of you who keep up with me on twitter know at least two things are certain about me.
I love traveling and I love flying American Airlines.
Something you won’t pick up from me very often at all is my dislike for other airlines or even bad customer experience from products I use. I think the days of complaining on twitter are not as productive as they once were (there are some exceptions to this) and it does make the complainer look like… a complainer.
For the past 12 years, I’ve been traveling like a mad man. Flying about 25 – 30 round trip flights a year on American Airlines and staying in Hilton brand (Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites) hotels almost every night of those trips. About 40 – 50 nights a year, sometimes more. But it’s time for a change.
I really like what Hilton has done over the years. They are a great brand but I find my personal tastes changing. So I’m switching to Marriott. I’m needing more from a hotel brand that makes travel just a tad easier and honestly… I like seeing big brands who are updating their look to keep up with travel trends.
I saw this when I walked into a Courtyard Marriott. I felt like I found a hotel that looks as cool as Aloft but with a lot more comfort.
Let’s dream a little shall we? Let’s say you could leave on a Thursday and return on the following Monday and could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? This would give you all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday to play for the weekend before returning back home. Of course, for some of [...]
Standing at 14,115 feet, Pikes Peak is a wonder to look at. It’s one Colorado’s 54 fourteeners. One of my favorite parts of living in Colorado Springs is watching the weather change daily over this beautiful mountain. It can change in minutes or it can sit with the same look all day long. But there’s [...]