Weekly Buzz for June 20, 2015

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This week was a great week at Magic of Miles. Lots of fun, lots of reader feedback, and lots to be thankful for.

Sometimes in the middle of all the hustle it is good to stand still and remember that it is only the lucky few that get to travel at all. I am fortunate to be able to wander the world and have so many interested readers to share my writings with.

DSC04920Angkor Wat Temple, Cambodia

Around the web this week –

There are many chain hotels that are easy to get free nights at by redeeming points or using a best rate guarantee. But what about free nights at non-chain properties? Travel is Free has a great post this week about some really good options when you’re looking to be creative – How To Get Non-Points Hotels For Free

This week I found out that there are many readers that share my love of Japan and Japanese culture. I look forward to sharing the rest of my Japan trip report with you.

Here’s what posts were most popular this week from Magic of Miles, in case you missed one you’d like to read –

Is a Bare Light Bulb in a Hotel Shower ok?
Magic of Miles in Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima & Osaka
St Regis Vommuli Coming to the Maldives
Magic in Japan: Getting There – JAL First Class
How Do Hotels Market to Millennials?
Hotel Review: Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
5 Great Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Stay at a Brand-New Luxury Hotel
Magic in Japan: Guide To Tsukiji Fish Market
Hotel Review: Residence Inn Fort Lauderdale Pompano Beach
Magic in Japan: Day in Tokyo
Magic on a Cruise: Norwegian Jade Eastern European 10-Day

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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