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Travel Savings Alerts Newsletter, February 2003 Issue


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In This Issue:
Waldo County, Maine

  • Winter, Wind Chills and Windshields
  • WHAT’S NEW
  • New Travel Regulations
  • United Reduces Business Fares
  • AirTran X-Fares
  • Air New Zealand Free Island Stopover
  • Air France Two-for-One Special
  • Companions Fly Free to Bermuda
  • Fast Fact: Italy
  • Washington State Launches 511
  • CityPass Bundles So. Cal. Attractions
  • Amtrak Fare Cutbacks
  • Israel Prepares
  • Cathay Pacific Deal of the Month
  • Southwest Extends Coast-to-Coast Deals
  • Where’s Waldo County
  • Best Western BestRates

  • Winter, Wind Chills and Windshields

    Snow, ice and bitter cold are tough on your car and rough on your windshield. Harmon AutoGlass, an auto glass repair and replacement firm, offers tips and tricks for protecting your windshield this winter. Proper windshield maintenance and installation help keep you safe in case of an accident, because windshields support the safety system of an automobile, including the airbags.

    -- Stay alert. As snow plows clear snow and apply sand and salt to slick roads, be alert as small rocks and salt pebbles may be kicked up by other vehicles and hit your windshield. Watch for small divots and cracks, and repair them before they become more serious.

    -- Watch the hot water. Don't use hot or boiling water to clear ice from your windshield. Auto glass is not able to withstand sudden temperature shifts and may be prone to cracking. Instead, give your car extra time to warm up during the cold winter months.

    -- Pay attention to dropping temperatures. Temperature shifts, as your car heats up and cools down, cause auto glass to expand and contract. As a result, the rate at which small cracks grow is faster during colder weather. Repair cracked or damaged windshields promptly to avoid larger problems during the long winter months.

    -- Metal is hazardous to your windshield's health. Keys, coins and other metallic objects were not meant to clear windshields. Using these tools may damage your windshield by leaving deep scratches that cannot be buffed out. Remove snow and ice by using plastic, glass-friendly scrapers.

    -- Completely clear all windows. The need for clear road view is never more critical than in the winter. For safety's sake, take the extra time to clear all snow and ice from every car window before driving your vehicle.


    WHAT’S NEW

    **New Shuttle Service Links Hotels -- Ocean Express, a new shuttle service, offers free transportation to guests of 13 hotels near the Los Angeles Airport to the Manhattan Beach Pier area, where they can enjoy the beaches, restaurants and shops. Hotel guests can take the shuttle, which runs hourly from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week, from three main pick-up/drop-off areas on Century Blvd. Stops begin at the Westin Los Angeles Airport Hotel and end at the Manhattan Beach Pier.

    **New Event -- Passport Weekend -- Monterey County wineries in California marry romance and wine with their Passport Weekend, Feb. 14-16. Participants pick up their commemorative wine glass and official Passport (with their photo inside), and embark on the wine trail visiting wineries to enjoy music, food and wine tasting. At each stop the participant’s passport gets stamped. After visiting a set number of wineries, participants receive a box of wine-filled chocolates and will be entered to win the grand prize of a Monterey Wine Country gift basket, valued at over $1,000. For tickets, contact the Monterey County Vintners and Growers Association 831/375-9400 or www.montereywines.org.



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    New 2003 Travel Regulations

    To help make airline travel safer, the Transportation Security Administration began implementing new, heightened baggage security screening for checked baggage at all airports.

    The measures are required to comply with airport security regulations passed by Congress in 2001 following terrorist attacks.

    About 300 U.S. airports are supplied with bomb detection equipment. While other airports await their equipment, bomb-sniffing dogs, hand searches and other procedures are used to meet the security requirements.

    What passengers see and experience will vary from airport to airport and, in some cases, from terminal to terminal," said Diana Meinhold, vice president of travel services for the Automobile Club of Southern California. "At some terminals, bags will be inspected behind the scenes, out of the owner's presence."

    Some travelers will need to change the way they pack. AAA Travel offers these tips to reduce waiting and inconvenience:

    If you want to transport food, consider sending it by overnight delivery as items such as cheese or fruit cake may set off a "false positive." These items are dense and bomb-detection machines may not read accurately if they are packed.

    Books should be spread out instead of stacked, as they can also set off a "false positive" due to their density.

    Shoes should be packed last to make it easier for screeners to hand search baggage.

    Don't put film in checked bags because screening equipment will damage it. (Digital cameras will not be affected.)

    Leave all gifts unwrapped, as screeners may have to open packages.

    Leave bags unlocked so screeners will not have to force them open. We recommend you use Baggage Guard Seals, the one-time plastic padlock that can be easily taken off. Click here for more information on Baggage Guard Seals.

    Show up early. Airlines typically require passengers to arrive 90 minutes in advance for domestic and 2 hours in advance for international flights. Allow even more time for the new screening process.

    For the most current airport security information, access the Transportation Security Administration's Web site http://www.tsa.gov/public/index.jsp.


    United Reduces Business Fares To 40%

    United Airlines will meet the pricing needs of business travelers by offering reduced one-way business fares for travel to or through Chicago and Denver.

    With no advance purchase, United offers unrestricted, refundable coach fares up to 40% off. There are no minimum or Saturday night stay requirements, though discounted tickets are non-refundable. Confirmed changes can be made for a $100 service fee. Customers can stand by for free on earlier or later flights on the same day they are ticketed to fly. For customers able to purchase 7 days in advance, the discount is even greater.

    Examples of one-way fares with the regular fare, walk-up fare and 7-day advance fare: from Chicago to New York $734, $359 and $199; Denver to Washington, D.C. $981, $527 and $279; and Boston to Portland, OR $1,169, $719 and $399.

    United Airlines.


    AirTran X-Fares

    AirTran Airways relaunched its "X-Fares" standby program for young travelers.

    Through the X-Fares program, young adults between the ages of 18 and 22 can travel on a standby-only basis to 41 destinations AirTran Airways serves for $52 per segment of travel. To participate, travelers select the destination, dates and times they want to travel, and arrive at the AirTran Airways counter at least 90 minutes before the scheduled time of departure. All available flights are listed on AirTran Airways' X-Fares web site.

    X-Fares provisions include: travelers must be 18 to 22 years of age, the cost is $52 per segment (a segment is defined as one takeoff and landing, $3 segment taxes and 9/11 security fees are not included, Passenger Facility Charges of up to $4.50 per segment may apply, no advance reservations, X-fares travel is not permitted Friday or Sunday, arrive at ticket counter at least 90 minutes before the flight's scheduled departure, only one, small carry-on bag per X-Fares traveler and no checked luggage, holiday blackout dates apply and all travel must be completed by Dec. 17, 2003.

    For X-Fares click here or call 888/493-2737.


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    Air New Zealand Free Island Stopover

    HURRY - BOOK BY FEB. 7 -- Air New Zealand offers a special rate for flights from Los Angeles to Australia with a free island stopover. This new fare allows for a stopover on the southbound journey, and the choice of South Pacific islands includes Fiji, Tahiti, the Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga. Following the island excursion, you can continue on to the Australian destinations of Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne.

    Fares for mid-week travel from LAX to Sydney are $1,199. Mid-week flights to Brisbane and Melbourne are $1,299. Flights departing Los Angeles Thursday through Sunday are $1,249 to Sydney and $1,349 to Brisbane and Melbourne.

    You can travel through May 31, 2003, and must be booked by Feb. 7, 2003. The minimum stay is seven days and maximum stay is one month. Fares do not include taxes. Special restrictions, terms and conditions apply. Tickets may be booked through travel agents or directly with the airline.

    Air New Zealand 800/369-6867.


    Air France Two-for-One Special

    Air France offers a two-for-one frequent flyer promotion for first class and business class passengers and members of the airline's frequent flyer program, Frequence Plus. This promotion is valid for all Air France trans-Atlantic flights taken between Jan. 15 and March 15.

    Air France also extends its Concorde two-for-one rewards offer for travel before March 15. With this promotion, Frequence Plus members can experience supersonic travel for 160,000 miles instead of the usual 320,000 miles for Concorde flights between JFK International Airport and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, the carrier's hub.

    Restrictions apply for the two-for-one promotions on the Concorde and in business and first class. Both passengers must travel together on the same flights on the same dates.

    Air France or contact the Frequence Plus Service Center 800/375-8723.


    Companions Fly Free to Bermuda

    Bermuda is offering a simple way to take to the skies. When travelers book a four-day/three-night getaway to Bermuda, their companion will fly free or receive a $300 air credit toward their vacation package, depending upon departure city.

    In addition, each visitor will receive a coupon booklet upon hotel check-in. The booklet, which offers savings of up to 50 percent, is accepted at various retailers throughout the island. Whether it’s dining, shopping, sightseeing, boating, scuba diving or golfing at one of Bermuda’s stunning, world-class courses, the “Passbook to Savings” makes it possible for vacationers to experience it all.

    You can book the Companion Flies Free program through Feb. 28 for travel through March 31, 2003. The price, based on double-occupancy, for a four-day/three-night getaway, including airfare, accommodations and roundtrip airport/hotel transfers, begins at $416 per person. The quoted price already reflects the “Companion Flies Free” or $300 air credit component. Prices may vary depending on departure city, dates of travel and accommodations. Packages must be purchased through a participating wholesaler.

    Click here to plan a Companion Flies Free getaway800-BERMUDA.


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    Fast Fact

    When visiting Italy, the hotel you stay in will usually register you with the police within three days of your arrival. If staying with friends or in a private home, you must register in person at the nearest police station within a three-day period. In Rome there is a special police information office to assist tourists. Interpreters are available. telephone: 461-950 or 486-609.



    Washington State Launches 511

    The first phase of Washington State's voice-driven telephone system now offers real-time traffic reports, along with continually updated roadway incident and construction information, express-lane status, mountain-pass road conditions, and weather information. It connects callers directly to the state's ferry system and provides 800 numbers for passenger rail and airlines. The 511 service is currently available within several communities across the state. Service extensions are planned statewide and to major metropolitan areas in neighboring states. System refinements and updates will continually be made based on consumer feedback.

    With the power of speech technology, callers are able to quickly, easily, and safely get the information they need with one phone call. Washington's 511 traveler-information service lets callers dial '5-1-1' and verbally ask the system what they want, such as "traffic reports" or "mountain pass." The requested information is then "spoken" back to them eliminating confusing touch-tone menus and let drivers quickly get the information they need, while keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road."


    CityPass Bundles Southern California Attractions

    CityPass, the company that packages city attraction tickets in one booklet, introduces the Southern California CityPass. For the first time, admission to theme parks, including Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure, Knott’s Berry Farm, SeaWorld San Diego, and the San Diego Zoo are in one booklet, at savings 30 percent off box office prices. Adult admission tickets are $166, a $237.95 value, and $127 for children age three to nine, a $181.70 value.

    Since the Southern California CityPass has a much steeper price than a CityPass in other cities, it only pays to get this pass if you plan to visit all the attractions.

    CityPass includes transportation connection options, adding an Amtrak Pacific Surfliner free companion coupon with one full fare paid, between Anaheim and San Diego. Southern California CityPass rates are valid through March 31, 2004. Booklets offer admission to five separate attractions and are valid for 14 days from first use.

    With CityPass, there is no waiting in main entrance ticket lines. Here’s how it works: Agents remove that attraction’s ticket and the visitor is admitted. On first presentation, the booklet will be stamped to establish the valid period, which is 14 days from first use. Tickets removed by other than the attraction ticket agent become void.

    The ticket booklet provides detailed information about each attraction, including hours, location, directions, and an Insider’s Tip - best time to visit or other tidbits - to make the most of your time.

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    Amtrak Fare Cutbacks

    BOOK BY FEB. 15 -- Amtrak offers a rollback in coach fares on many of its routes from coast to coast. These new fares are up to 25 percent less than previous fares.

    For a limited time, fares to many of Amtrak’s most popular destinations are an even better value with their Winter Promotion that allows companions to travel for free and gives a 25 percent discount for those traveling solo. Combined with the fare rollback, the Winter Promotion offers competitive fares for travel on many of Amtrak’s routes. Winter deals are available for sale through February 15, 2003 for travel through August 28, 2003.

    Click here for schedules, fares and reservations, or call 800/USA-RAIL.


    Israel Prepares

    The Israeli paper Ha'aretz reported that the Israeli Tourism Ministry recently handed out 10,000 gas mask kits to hotels around the country to allow guests to get protection during a possible war on Iraq.

    The report states that all Israeli hotels are equipped with video cassettes in several languages explaining how to use the protective kits, all of which are equipped with pamphlets in four languages. Tourists visiting Israel but not staying in hotels will be able, in the event of an emergency, to receive protective kits from branches of the Hamashbir Lazarchan department store chain when presenting a foreign passport and paying 200 shekels (about $42).

    If tourists arrive in Israel during hostilities, they will receive protective kits from the Home Front Command when they arrive at Ben-Gurion International Airport.



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    HURRY -- BOOK BY 2-10-03 -- Travel to Hong Kong from $589. Fly any day of the week roundtrip between Los Angeles or San Francisco and Hong Kong for $589, or New York to Hong Kong for $699, not including taxes and fees.

    If you need a hotel in Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific partners with Regal Hotels International to offer discounted hotel rates when you purchase your Deal of the Month tickets online.

    Click here to purchase Deal of the Month tickets through Feb. 10, 2003 (or until sold out). You can travel from Feb. 1, 2003 to April 23, 2003. All travel completed by April 30, 2003.


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    Where's Waldo County -- By Nicki Chodnoff

    Like looking for the elusive character in a well-know children's game, many people ask "where's Waldo" when you mention this county in the mid-section of Maine. Although the Maine coast stretches some 1,500 miles, many people whiz by the 26 towns that comprise Waldo County as they travel north on Route 1 heading to Bar Harbour or never drive the 30-some miles north when visiting better known Rockland. This lapse means that the lovely coastline and islands around Waldo County and the many things to see and do in towns such as Belfast and Searsport are never discovered by many tourist.

    Waldo County is just as lovely as its better know neighbors, perhaps lovelier. An onslaught of tourists hasn't driven up the cost of food, lodging and attractions. Shopkeepers and residents have the time to talk with visitors as they are not harried by the tourist throngs. A visit to Waldo County will give you a glimpse of Maine as it was before much of the state was "discovered."

    To see the lay of the land, nothing beats a fly-over. In most destinations, a helicopter or fix-wing aircraft ride tends to be a pricey proposition that can cost $150 per person and more. Maine Scenic Airways is a wonderful example of how reasonably priced lodging and things to see and do still are in Waldo County. An hour flight in a four-seat plane, that holds the pilot and three passengers, over the beautiful archipelago of bay islands, pretty harbor towns and the charming countryside remains amazingly reasonable at around $120 per hour for the entire plane.

    To get a land-based prospective, you can zip along at a whopping 15 miles per hour on the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad. During the 2 1/2 hour ride, a 1913 steam engine pulls a 1950s Swedish train car along 33 miles of track. Ninety minutes of the ride includes a narrated tour by the multi-purpose person who serves as the train engineer, tour guide, hot dog vendor and ticket taker. The whole train ride offers marvelous views of Belfast Harbor, nearby countryside, woods, waterways and coves. In about two year's time, a railroad museum will be located midpoint in the ride and serve as a stop.

    For a seaside vantage point, Captain Melissa Terry will take you aboard her 50-foot wooden boat, the Good Return. Rain or shine, warm or cold, her company, Belfast Bay Cruises, takes visitors on tours of lovely Penobscot Bay. While onboard, Melissa will tell you all about the Maine lobster industry and the art of lobstering, all while checking her lobster traps. Melissa's license doesn't allow her to sell the lobsters she catches, but they make for an interesting demonstration and she gets dinner out of the deal.

    Searsport has the unique distinction of claiming that 10 percent of all ship captains were from this little town. In the 1930s, the community decided to preserve its maritime history and traditions by starting the Penobscot Marine Museum, appropriately located near the head of Penobscot Bay. Intriguing artifacts and maritime art is spread among eight buildings in a historic district village ranging from a Victorian farmhouse to the former town hall. In addition to giving a glimpse into the 19th-century world of seagoing families from coastal Maine, the museum contains a library with a well-regarded maritime and genealogical collection.

    For a bit of whimsy, head to the Bryant Stove & Music Museum. One of the best examples of Americana and ingenuity is found in Thorndike, Maine. It all started when Bea Bryant purchased some cloth with a carousel pattern on it. She went on to make more carousels from the pattern and Joe Bryant motorized them and added wheels. The doll circus was added and then mechanical music, antique cars, toy engines and antique stoves. A collection was born. Joe is the genius behind fixing or automating many of the pieces, although he never received any formal training. He genius has been recognized as Disney commissioned him to animate stoves for each of their four theme parks.

    When in Waldo County, visit Fort Knox which folks in these parts call the "First Fort Knox." Now a state historic site, Fort Knox was built during the mid-19th century to thwart a third British invasion that never came. During the American Revolution and the War of 1812, British naval forces controlled the lower stretch of the Penobscot River. The fort was built to protect the Penobscot River Valley, which during Maine's golden age, was the lumber capital of the world. Secret rooms, stone corridors and beautiful architecture make it an interesting place for kids and adults. The fort is also popular with Civil War re-enactors.

    Shopping abounds in Waldo County especially in its largest town, Belfast. Count on most stores being locally owned, independent and unusual. Drive the main highways and back roads and you'll find dozens of antique shops and flea markets. The first rule of shopping holds true: the fancier the store front, the more expensive the merchandise.

    Waldo County Maine has a wonderful variety of places to eat. When in Maine, do as the residents do and enjoy the fresh and plentiful lobster. Old-fashioned lobster pounds are a Maine tradition and the place to get the freshest lobster. Lobster pounds aren't chain seafood restaurants, but a type of restaurant. To be called a lobster pound, a restaurant must have fresh sea water, direct from the bay, circulating in the lobster holding tanks. This insures the freshest lobster. Some lobster pounds, such as Young's in Belfast, sell take out lobsters. Pick the lobster you want to eat and they'll cook the critter and sell the other ingredients needed for an impromptu picnic.

    Here are a few delicious choices for lobsters:

  • Lobster Pound Lincolnville Beach - A tradition in these parts, they make an unbelievably good lobster bisque.
  • Young's Lobster Pound - One of the few pounds that offer seafood bakes where lobster, corn and clams (called steamers) are cooked in an in-ground pit. Next summer you can dine from their new deck overlooking the bay bobbing with lobster boats and schooners.
  • Angler's Restaurant - This family enterprise is a favorite with the locals. One of the few places you can get entertainment with your meal when one of the staff hypnotizes a live lobster.
  • Maine Chowder & Steak House - Surf and turf.

    Some attractions in Waldo County are seasonal and only open mid-spring through fall. For more information click here, or call 800/870-9934.


  • Best Westerns BestRates and Quadruple Airline Miles

    Best Western BestRates start 2003 with savings at hotels throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. These savings are coupled with a quadruple miles promotion that will get guests 2,500 miles after four stays. Both promotions run through Mar. 31, 2003.

    Sample BestRates include $49 in Dallas, $54 in Phoenix, $75 in Boston, $45 CDN in Vancouver and $66 CDN in Toronto. These can represent savings of up to 50 percent. BestRates are limited and subject to availability.

    Each BestRates stay qualifies for quadruple miles, which can be earned on any one of Best Western's eight partner airlines. The miles increase with each of the four stays and plateau for stays five through 10 during the promotional period. Miles are earned as such: 1st stay - 250 miles, 2nd stay - 500 miles (double miles), 3rd stay - 750 miles (triple miles), 4th stay - 1,000 miles (quadruple miles), 5th - 10th stays - 500 miles for each stay (double miles).

    Registration and membership in Gold Crown Club International is required for the quadruple miles promotion, but not for the BestRates. Mention promotion code BW4MLS.

    Best Western.



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