We read about the guide to hotel credit cards, watch a Rio timelapse video, marvel at the pictures depicting the Chinese art of crowds, learn about the economics behind 2% rebate credit cards and a few comments about my Chicago Fairmont stay.
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Just a quick weekend post to try to keep my Alexa ranking numbers up. Hey Rick, how about an update lol!
I could be using part of my quick getaway weekend in Chicago to doing a “summary” post providing you with a bunch of internal links (hear it is good for that SEO thingie) but instead I am sharing a few links with you to adhere to the blog’s mission!
I think the best post of the weekend was by Running with Miles who took a comprehensive look at all the hotel credit cards.
Must watch video! Rio, a 10k Timelapse. I guarantee you have not seen anything like it! If you click my links a lot I can afford to buy this camera for YOU 🙂
The Chinese Art of the Crowd. Must click! I can not describe it, you just need to see these…
And an excellent post about the 2% rebate credit cards and the economics behind them by Ron Lieber of the New York Times.
Or I could be using part of my time to take a bunch of pictures of the Fairmont Millenium Park and doing a hotel review to catch googlers who are doing a search for it, I hear this is also good for SEO. But these hotel reviews bore me to pieces and I do not like doing things that I do not enjoy, life is too short for that (yeah, I cringe when I do that monthly support post!). I just want to say the suite upgrade was excellent, the welcome Platinum amenity was fantastic and my time in the hotel restaurants was well spent! This after a fiasco megabus ride that had us come in to Chicago 4 hours late! (Megabus issued a refund). And I also used Lyft for the first ride and someone out there got a $25 (or maybe it is $20) credit. I am going to add this to my links! I liked Lyft, driver was much more casual.
Please don’t be Connor!