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Star MegaDO 4 Review

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Star MegaDo 4 Review

With bookings for the Star MegaDO 5 expected to open sometime soon, my Star MegaDO 4 review is woefully overdue.

Was it worth it?

Yes, it was “all that and a bag of chips.”

I did not do the international portion: Los Angeles-Frankfurt-Zurich-San Francisco so I can’t speak on that experience.

But I was all in for the domestic portion: San Francisco-Houston-Chicago.

Star MegaDO 4 (SMD4) Review

1. Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

2. Living the dream – United Airline’s 787 Dreamliner

3. Hanging with the band – partying in an airplane hangar

4. The All-nighter – Hyatt Regency Houston

5. Ice, Ice Baby – airport tours and more part 1

6. So that’s what happens to my luggage – airport tours and more part 2

7. Hyatt Regency Schaumburg

8. Whatchu talkin’ ’bout Willis – United Airlines Focus Group discussions at Willis Tower

Not sure what to expect on a MegaDO? Read my 5 Tips for a MegaDO Newbie post.

Hoping to attend the Star MegaDO 5?  Make a Kiva loan and you could win guaranteed early booking.  For details, visit the Drive For Five thread on Milepoint.

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