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May242016

AA, DL and UA fare war Scandinavia to BOS, IAD, NYC, ATL, MIA, SFO and ORD low $400s round trip fares summer 2016

Low $400s summer fares from Scandinavia to San Francisco SFO and some other cities like Chicago, Boston, New York, Washington, Atlanta and Miami reveal a deep discount airfare sale to USA airports from Scandinavia with all three alliances’ airlines and many dates. To be clear, these round trip ticket prices in the $400s are for…

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Apr202016

My ticketed closed circuit Europe summer flight itinerary to Sweden, Poland, Denmark and Norway $760 round trip

There is something disconcerting about booking open circuit airline tickets. I purchased five airline tickets this morning to connect my open jaw summer travel from San Francisco SFO to Stockholm ARN with a return flight from Stavanger, Norway SVG airport. The tickets I purchased this morning fly me from Stockholm ARN to Krakow KRK, Poland,…

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Apr182016

SAS $597 LAX to Stockholm August dates

Scandinavian Airlines SAS has low fares under $600 round trip from Los Angeles LAX to several airports in Denmark, Norway and Sweden for travel in August. These fares are easier to find on the SAS website than Google Flights and they price out several hundred dollars more on United Airlines. One aspect of summer travel…

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Oct172015

Freewheelin’ Copenhagen Dealin’

“Everybody must get stoned.” 1966 Bob Dylan Rainy Day Women #12 and 35. “Not necessarily stoned, but beautiful.” 1967 Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced? Without any foresight or intention in my travels for 2015 I found myself in several places in both North America and Europe with a highly tolerant attitude to cannabis. A liberal…

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Oct092015

Copenhagen on the waterfront

Copenhagen is a port city on the large island of Zealand in eastern Denmark with water present all around.  This post starts from near Langelinie Pier in the north part of Copenhagen, a quay developed in the late 19th century to handle larger ocean going vessels of the time. This area is where cruise ships…

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