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... by the changing trend on how frequent flier miles are earned. Airlines have come to realize that they had to fix their incentives because they were not really rewarding their best customers.
Also, programs based only on miles flown have proven to be too easily manipulated. Some fliers have been able to earn first class tickets by buying pudding ...
... is located on the grounds of the old Red Star Line shipping company, whose tower and adjoining warehouses served as central departure points for 2 million emigrants from all over Europe from 1873 to 1934. Many parents were forced to leave their children behind to join the great European migration.
· Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida challenges the eye ...
Lots of energy and enthusiasm at Ayars & Ayars in Lincoln, one of the most beautiful (and greenest!) buildings in Nebraska, as Mike Ayars hosted a campaign event for me in advance of a Husker basketball game.
Really appreciate the special touches, such as the twin big screens Mike provided to show people our website and photos. He gave me a ...
... me on a cook's tour of a closed-off room near his offices. This room was formerly the Senate Waiting Room 'way back in the day when the Nebraska Legislature had two houses, instead of today's Unicameral.
The room had been refurbished, and had magnificent, high ceilings, stone walls, a massive fireplace, and leather chairs. You could ...
Traveled to Lincoln this afternoon for a very momentous occasion. I filed for office with the Nebraska Secretary of State so that my name can be on the May 13 ballot. Pretty serious stuff!
But beforehand, I had the opportunity for a lively and probing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center