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Australia for $93, Etihad First Class Apartment Shower, and More!

Time to get caught up on all the blog posts from the week. It’s been a long time since I’ve done a Saturday round-up post. I’ve been traveling quite a bit lately. Finally over my jet lag from my recent 3 week trip to Abu Dhabi and the Maldives. Here’s a list of all the blog posts you missed from last week, plus a few from previous weeks. In a nutshell: Australia for $93, Etihad First Class Apartment Shower, and More!

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Ryan Biddulph

Monday 21st of November 2016

Hi Debra,

That Etihad first class looked glam. I recall enjoying that post a bit back. With the shower and all the trimmings. Thing that gets me is even Economy was really good, when we flew Etihad from Bangkok to NYC. Fab food, super service and we even got a nice little ice cream for being such nice passengers, because the only other folks who got the treat were rewards guys and gals, and we weren't.

Thanks for sharing!

Ryan

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