This Week in Photos

It’s the dog days of summer in This Week in Photos. While the Obamas welcome another adorable Portuguese Water Dog to the White House, our favorite travel blogs add to your end-of-summer amusement.

Mashable brings you the 10 people to avoid at amusement parks. We can’t decide if #2 or #7 bothers us more.

The Daily Traveler rounds up the worst airline names after AirAsia’s Japanese arm rebranded itself as Vanilla Air. Our personal favorites are Wizz Air and Song & Ted. Yours?

Kids, they’re cute and all, but admit it: You’re never psyched to see you’re sitting next to a toddler (and his parents) on a 13-hour flight. Would you pay to upgrade to a kid-free cabin? Skift has more on Singapore Airlines and AirAsia’s newly launched “quiet zones.”

What do a trip to Belize and Breaking Bad have in common? Gadling explains.

To solve a question we’ve all wondered while wandering the airport terminal: How can you get into an airline club lounge without becoming a member? Johnny Jet has the answer.

3 Responses

  1. Kim says:

    Yes! I would most definitely pay for a kid-free cabin on a flight–what a great idea!

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