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Freddie Awards & New Orleans Trip Recap

Freddie Awards & New Orleans Trip Recap is the conclusion of the Freddie Awards to New Orleans Binge Weekend Trip Report which covers:

Another Trip Report in the books. Though it was short, it was certainly great. Here is the recap of how it went down in case you missed any of it because you were in Vietnam.

Free Travel at Its Finest: Freddie Awards + New Orleans

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Much like how I booked my trip to Trinidad for Carnival for free, this short getaway is also costing next to nothing.

Fast Bloody: The Other Priority Pass Lounge in Puerto Rico

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Right before I arrived at gate A5, I finally found it. Had I come through the normal security line, the directions would’ve made sense.

Centurion Lounge’s Buzzkill Entry Policy

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For an annual fee of $550, members should be able to go in whenever they want or for as long as they want.

Pho Bowl Dallas: Rebellious Summer Rolls, Fresh Pho

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As you know, if the bowl is done, TPOL had his fun. Without Cochran rhymes, I will recommend Pho Bowl, especially when happy hour turns into hungry hour.

Freddie Awards 2019: Winner for Best Dressed And More

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The Freddie’s is turning into TPOL’S personal fashion show.

Hyatt Regency DFW: Fine for Freddie’s (And Business Travelers)

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For 8k points and for the convenience of actually being at DFW, not off-site, the Hyatt Regency DFW did the job.

Centurion Lounge Dallas: Glad I’m Not Welcome

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Centurion Lounges no longer impress me. I don’t feel bad that I no longer have my own access to them and don’t care to free ride with someone that does. Leave me at the gate, thank you.

New Orleans Jazz Fest: Ticket Scalping Primer

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Retail price isn’t terrible, but why pay retail when you can bargain?

Guns & Butter: New Orleans Travel Guide (Binge Edition)

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You think you know New Orleans food and drink? You know nothing!

New Orleans Cemetery: Why You Have to Pay Admission

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I was told that the Catholic Archdiocese imposes the charge and that regardless of my Catholic faith, I would have to pay.

Hyatt Centric Bourbon Street: Refuge from the Entry to Hell

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If Lucifer tempts you to come to Bourbon Street, your best chance of getting out alive is to stay at the Hyatt Centric.

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