Huge Alaska Airlines Virgin America Merger News
Mar22

Huge Alaska Airlines Virgin America Merger News

Alaska Airlines just announced their vision and plans for the future of the airline after its merger with Virgin America in their latest blog post. Here are some of the Alaska Airlines Virgin America Merger changes coming soon. The words they used to describe the vision for Alaska Airlines is “fresh” and “modern”, which I’d say is about all Alaska Airlines has been needing for a while, and something I was...

Read More
Emirates vs Etihad: Battle of the Showers
Mar16

Emirates vs Etihad: Battle of the Showers

When it comes to First Class products, we’ll have to agree that no one does it better – or at least not as luxurious – as the Middle Eastern carriers, and their A380 services are far superior in comfort and amenities that any of their competitors serving similar routes. But when it comes to on-board showers, how do they stack up? This is Emirates vs Etihad: Battle of the Showers! Emirates Shower Spa Emirates offers...

Read More
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel – Haywood Suite
Mar07

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel – Haywood Suite

As is our default whenever we visit London, we booked ourselves a Junior Suite at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Not particularly because this is a default hotel, since this really couldn’t be anything further from a standard hotel. For anyone who doesn’t know which hotel we’re talking about, you may have caught a glimpse of it in the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets movie when Harry and Ron aren’t able to make their...

Read More
Cassie De Pecol No es la Primera Mujer en Visitar Cada Pais del Mundo
Feb21

Cassie De Pecol No es la Primera Mujer en Visitar Cada Pais del Mundo

Cassie De Pecol, una viajera estadounidense, ha dominado las noticias desde hace unos días por haber viajado a todos los países del mundo. Este es un intento para aclarar ciertas aseveraciones hechas por ella y reportadas en los medios que no son ni correctas ni honestas. En su sitio web, De Pecol alega ser: La primera mujer documentada en visitar todas las naciones soberanas (cuestionado) La primera mujer estadounidense en visitar...

Read More
A Valentine’s Day Love Letter to my First Love
Feb14

A Valentine’s Day Love Letter to my First Love

I think it’s no news the love Jon and I have for one another – strong enough to survive whole weekend trips to multiple Walmarts for routine MS for a few years, and definitely strong enough to fly across the globe in Economy for 28 hours to meet with him for just a few days. But, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, it also should be no surprise when I tell you that he, and I’m sure he would agree with this, is...

Read More
St Pancras Renaissance – The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant
Feb01

St Pancras Renaissance – The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant

Of all the times we’ve stayed at the St Pancras Renaissance hotel in London, we never ate at their Restaurant, the Booking Office. Mainly because we were under the impression that, being a bar, they would have primarily bar bites instead of proper sit down dinner dishes, and to be honest, we never stopped to check their menu. Big mistake.  As we had already arranged to meet with our friend and fellow blogger Anne...

Read More
Clearing Havana Immigration & Customs: A How to
Jan30

Clearing Havana Immigration & Customs: A How to

Clearing Customs and Immigration in a new country can always be a bit of a challenge. You want to make sure you’ve got your Visas, Customs, and all forms together. Add Cuba to the mix (where information about Cuban visas and Immigration forms is scarce) and you’ve got a perfect storm of confusion. After our really awesome and enjoyable inaugural flight from LAX to HAV on Alaska, we were the first two passengers to deplane....

Read More
Pan Am Experience Tickets Now on Sale
Jan19

Pan Am Experience Tickets Now on Sale

Do you miss the golden age of travel? Tired of cramming yourself into your coach seat with almost no recline and a crappy meal service, if any at all? Well, we here at No Mas Coach sure do. Or at least we do when we’re not traveling first class. If your answer is a resounding yes, now is your chance to relive (or maybe experience for the first time) what it felt like to fly back in the day. Air Hollywood, a movie set in...

Read More
Must Have Business Travel Gadgets
Jan18

Must Have Business Travel Gadgets

For all of those who travel for business and spend most of their lives on the road, life can get slightly more complex since one doesn’t necessarily carry their house around to enjoy all of the comforts of being home. Do check our previous list of Gizmos and Gadgets. These are some of the gadgets I have ran into that might make life a bit more amenable while on the road: Shirt Steamer Because you don’t want to be the guy...

Read More
Eating Like a Local in Havana
Jan17

Eating Like a Local in Havana

Whoever said Cuban food sucks must be a bit confused or they’re probably just talking about Cuban food in Miami – where such menus include just ropa vieja, beans and rice. But there’s so much more to it than just that. Part of the food experience in Cuba is to understand the way Cubans interact with food. As anyone that’s ever gone to school and learned a bit of history would know, it isn’t the easiest for some food staples to make it...

Read More

Join the List

Receive the latest news daily.

You have Successfully Subscribed!