After 25 Years of Being Married, Where Do You Travel to Celebrate Your Anniversary? Congrautlations to free67spirit, who wants to celebrate the 25th wedding anniversary with her husband in style by traveling, of course — and she wisely chose to solicit advice from fellow members of Milepoint, who do not disappoint in offering suggestions, options and experiences to assist her towards planning the ultimate trip. Did United Club Cut the Cheese? You might want to whey in on this discussion about the reduction in weight of cheese by approximately one-third in each individual packet found in United Club airport lounges, as concluded by a brief investigation with photographic evidence conducted as a curd-esy by andyroo31. Not to milk this topic any more than it udderly deserves as it is enough to cause you to go crackers; but should United Club be grilled on this development — or should the manufacturer itself be creamed for this cheesy move? Advice Requested From You Pertaining to Audit of Frequent Flier Account Activity After sharing Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer miles with her spouse to book four business class seats with a booking service on a trip with the family for next summer, meadows6 received an official notice of a random audit check due to a discrepancy in the name used to book the tickets; and despite advice from a representative of the booking service to simply ignore this notice, she is nervous about her family trip being in jeopardy and does not know how to handle this issue. Your advice is requested; and read about the actions recommended to take by fellow members of Milepoint. Did You Ever Travel to a Destination Simply Because a Hotel Received Good Reviews? Fellow members of Milepoint initially thought that estnet was crazy for going to a different beach town in Vietnam simply because a hotel property received great reviews — until they started realizing and admitting that they themselves have committed similar actions. Are you ready to post your confession as well? Last Opportunity: Attend Frequent Traveler University in Washington, D.C. December 5-7 This could be your last opportunity to attend the next Frequent Traveler University — or FTU, for short — which will be in Washington, D.C. from December 5 through 7. Included with your ticket are two days of sessions with great speakers who are knowledgeable about miles, points and travel; a holiday party; admission to the USA TODAY Frequent Traveler Expo; and Platinum elite level status with Hyatt Gold Passport — not to mention networking with your peers. Best of all, save $10.00 off of the admission price when you use the coupon code MILEPOINT. If you are too impatient to participate in this discussion posted on Milepoint, then click here to register immediately — but hurry, as time is running out... Doctors Without Borders Provides Medical Relief to Victims in More Than 60 Countries Doctors Without Borders — also known as Médecins Sans Frontières — is an independent international medical relief organization founded in 1971 which aids victims of armed conflict, epidemics, natural and man-made disasters, and social marginalization. Milepoint proudly supports this noble cause and mission. Find out how you can support Doctors Without Borders today by either registering to donate; or reviewing one of the threads in the Doctors Without Borders/MSF | Assisting Survival forum.