In celebration of the new season of Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations on the travel channel, Gadling is giving away a free, autographed poster of Mr. Bourdain to one lucky winner.
Have you been following along this year? We’re now three episodes deep into the season and blogger Jeremy has been following the unfolding debauchery closely. Take a look at his recaps if you’d like to catch up.
Think that poster would go great above your headboard? Just leave an entry telling us where you would like to see Tony travel next in the comments below and we’ll draw a lucky winner by this Friday, July 25th.
- To enter, simply leave a comment below telling us where you think Anthony Bourdain should travel next.
- The comment must be left before Friday, July 25th, 2008 at 5PM Eastern Time.
- You may enter only once.
- One winner will be selected in a random drawing.
- One Grand Prize Winner will receive a free, original autographed poster of Anthony Bourdain
- Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, and the District of Columbia who are 18 and older.
- Poster is valued at $20.
- Click Here for complete Official Rules.
Got any travel plans for the Fourth of July weekend? Most people do. Want some free wireless internet? Most people would like that too.
Well, you’re in luck. Boingo, one of the nations largest pay-for-wireless providers, is running a promotion this weekend where you can get a free day pass on their ubiquitous network.
All that you have to do is sign up for their GoBoingo software that alerts you any time you’re within a Boingo signal and you’ll get a free day pass. Not a bad deal if you just want to check your email or Skype someone on the road and I suppose you can always get rid of the software once you’re finished with it.
Don’t get roped into one of the subscription plans if you don’t want to — Boingo has a habit of sucking you in. If you decide to go down that path through, it’s not a bad service. I hear that out resident pilot Kent Wein uses it all over the world successfully.
Check out the Boingo promo website for more details.
[Via Jen, at the LA Times Travel Blog. Have a good weekend!]
If you’re traveling through Newark on Continental Airlines this Thursday or Friday, stop by one of the Phoenix bound gates — you might be able to score some free goodies.
In a bid to support their team as the “official airline of the New York Giants”, Continental is celebrating by hosting a cornucopia of festivities at the Liberty Airport. In addition to the euphoric feeling of seeing Eli in the Superbowl, passengers will be subject to “Giants alumni appearances by Sean Landeta, Karl Nelson, Bill Ard and Stephen Baker, complimentary hot dogs and refreshments, decorated terminals and Giants season highlights.”
Sure, it’s lame corporate sponsorship, but you can’t beat getting free hot dogs while you’re at the airport.
In case you’re wondering, direct flights from Newark to Phoenix depart at 11:30, 12:00, 3:40, 5:30 and 7:25. Steal some extra hot dogs for me.