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The Round Up is where we share the random and sundry things we stumble upon while browsing the interwebs.
- We are preparing for a trip to Cuba in May so I’ve been devouring everyone else’s advice. The trip report on Havana from Travel Update was extremely helpful.
- While we are prepping for the trip, connectivity is on our minds. No Mas Coach breaks down WiFi in Cuba.
- We are still getting the hang of how to work and travel with Millennials. But Magic of Miles shares that hotels are already prepping for Generation Z. I feel like I’ll be more enthusiastic about some of these trends. And yes, this piece makes me feel old.
- I’ve been following this saga from Le Chic Geek on Twitter and have had the same problem with Uber myself. This is a major pet peeve of mine with Uber drivers. It also happens to me at least once a month, usually at the airport. I know I’m not the only one.
- I’m often accused of being OCD and I don’t deny that. I took this quiz to see how sensitive I am. It turns out I’m 100%. Jim laughed… until he took the quiz. And then I laughed too. My constantly rearranging things is perhaps not so kooky after all. (I’ll admit that insisting that the television volume cannot be set on a prime number is a bit weird!)
- Um, Nordstrom? I need you to explain this one to me. I thought a rock in a bag at Christmas was a bit ridiculous, but this is a new level of crazy. Who buys these and why?
- After that last one, I think we need to call in Travel Fashion Girl to the rescue. Her advice skews a bit younger than my demographic (again, feeling old!), but lots of great content.
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