Roundup: Machu Picchu Airport, Marriott Travel Packages, Rum Train, Wine Resort, Earning 10 Million Points

This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, please send them my way.

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Work has begun on Machu Picchu’s new airport, despite protests

work has begun on a new international airport, according to a Peruvian government statement, which will make the ruins more accessible than ever. And the project has sparked opposition from those concerned about the impact on the surrounding landscape, known as the Sacred Valley. Read more here.

My Buddy Vs Bonvoy Went To Game 7… And He Won!

A good title that leaves you guessing. Upgrading Marriott travel packages is still possible for the persistent. Read more here.

Richard Branson’s Brightline Will Kick Off Its Boozy Rides With a Rum Train

Brightline’s Havana Special Rum Train rides, available on select dates from June 14 to 29, are a celebration of the relationship between Miami and Cuba. Experts from Rum distilleries, roaming musical entertainment, and historical narrators will come on board to educate passengers about the unique tie between the two spirited destinations. Read more here.

Inside Croatia’s Amazing New Luxury Wine Resort

Korta Katarina, consisting of winery, vineyards and the villa, operating for the first full summer season this year, is located in prime Croatian wine territory in the town of Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula, about a two-hour drive from Dubrovnik. Read more here.

How this former Google employee earned 10 million credit card points

Doesn’t reveal many secrets. Looks like key is to have lots of friends, and offer to charge their expensive bachelor parties with your credit cards. Read more here.

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