Resort Fee is a Fraud When Your Hotel Looks at a Carl’s Jr. and a Traffic Jam in California

On a recent trip to Los Angeles, I had my first hotel stay after the vax. It was also my reintroduction to the ridiculous and infuriating travel expenses that I had forgotten over the past year. One of these charges, the so-called “living expenses”, particularly caught my anger. Read more: Resort fees are a fraud when your hotel overlooks a Carl’s Jr. and traffic jam in California

Another struggling hotel, the Queen Mary of Long Beach, has bigger problems than bankruptcy. Read more: Queen Mary, iconic California hotel and attraction, may capsize

Based on traffic over Memorial Day weekend, it seems clear this summer will be important for road travel in the state. SFGATE’s Tahoe editor-in-chief Julie Brown is advocating for this rest stop en route to the Sierras. Read more: How Ikeda’s on I-80 Became a Stopover for People Traveling to Tahoe

California Parks editor-in-chief Ashley Harrell travels the state on a very specific mission: to see every oasis in California. Read more: I hiked a surreal oasis in the California desert, then two more. Now I have to see them all.

In other travel news:

Is Las Vegas back? You can bet on it.

Jim Glab’s Routes delivers the inside scoop on what you need to know about this week’s news from the wide world of air travel.

And SFGATE resident coronavirus reporter Amy Graff is asking experts to comment on one of this summer’s thorniest questions. Read more: Fly or drive? This is the question of summer 2021 travel.

Travelskills is organized by travel writer Freda Moon. You can contact Moon at [email protected]

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