Tourists Fined for Saving Spots on Beach, Global Entry Not a Valid Photo ID & More
Highlights and headlines from around the web:
- The Italian coastguard is targeting tourists who go to great lengths to reserve the perfect spot on the beach. Any chairs, umbrellas, or gear left out overnight will be seized and fines up to €200 levied. (h/t: Vasillis)
- Make sure you have your passport or drivers license handy if you want to get into an Admirals’ Club. At DFW at least, your Global Entry ID isn’t enough because it can’t be scanned. (h/t: Steve)
- Virginia America has $39+ one way fares to celebrate their 9th birthday. Book by August 10 for travel August 23, 2016 through March 1, 2017.
- The Chinese government is holding up the Marriott-Starwood deal.
- A radical group of wine producers flooded the streets of a French town with wine last week in protest of cheap foreign imports.
- And I thought haven’t to hike the Great Wall in flip flops was bad. An Argentinian golfer may miss playing in the Olympics because American Airlines misplaced his golf clubs.
- Super excited about a possible new travel accessory! Scough just sent me some samples to try and give away on the blog, so stay tuned for details!
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