Seattle Series part 3

With so many people getting ready for the big Alaska cruise season I figured it was appropriate to repost this. Don’t forget to click on the highlighted things for direct link’s to the business web site, Happy Travels.

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Before our trip I had pre-paid for pick up. Since we had four people and at least six large suitcases a taxi was out of the question. We used the same reliable shuttle company as our previous trip. I had searched for a better price, that was a BIG mistake. We were able to have a large SUV and the driver waiting in baggage claim with a sign. The company said they would keep track of our arrival and call my cell phone when they see us land. As I mentioned we arrived late. My cell phone rings it is our ride (or so I thought) he asked where we were and said he would meet us at the curb where the shuttles drop off. I was a little angry this is not what I was promised and that area is huge so we may be dragging bags all over…

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I am a Certified Travel Associate (CTA), having earned my designation from The Travel Institute, the oldest and most respected non-profit certification organization in the travel industry. These credentials require that I have at least 18 months of travel industry work experience, completed rigorous certification and testing, and continue to fulfill stringent education credit requirements each year. Much like an accountant or doctor with their respective credentials, my CTA designation means that I am committed to upholding the highest standards of my profession while providing expert advice to my customers.

Posted on May 13, 2015, in Seattle. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Seattle Series part 3.

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