looking for AONE5 suggestion

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  1. pax1a

    pax1a Junior Member

    Dec 15, 2004
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    Hi All,

    I have a AONE5 ticket which is part used.
    I started 4-April-06 in Bne-SYD- AKL -SCL-GIG(RIO)-MIA-
    I got to MIA and work commitments made me park the rest of the trip.
    Continents done so far. Australia - South America - North America

    Well the tickets has almost run out and I haven’t done anything with it.
    I have time free from March 24 and will be in the US.

    Does any have any suggestions on how I can complete the rest of the trip.
    I figured I might a rest-of-the-world restaurant crawl.

    I got a bottle nice red wine for the best suggestion….

    - Recommence Journey in Miami
    - Must spend 24 hours in a city (atleast time for a good meal)
    - What to spend as least possible $ on non-AONE5 sectors
    - Not interested in Maximising miles, more interested in cool cities.
    - Finish up back in BNE

    Cheers
    PAX
     

  2. serfty

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    #2 serfty, Feb 14, 2007
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    My Specialty is to Maximize Frequent Flyer benefits; but for "cool Cities" I suggest the following:

    MIA-SFO :cool: , SFO-DFW-BOS :cool:ish, BOS-LON-AMS (don't park in UK, ever: tax is shocking), Recover from AMS then, AMS-LON-DXB, DBX-LON-HKG, HKG-NRT :cool: (look closely, Narita is fine), NRT-HKG :cool: , HKG-SYD, SYD-PER-CBR then hitchhike back to SYD :cool: .
     
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