Well, the map shows the original plan. It turns out Air Canada decided to move the flight back 2 days.
That was totally unacceptable and unbelievable that a major airline would do that? It was nice that
they refunded my money but I booked a non-cancelable room at the Sheraton Airport Inn both at the beginning and end of the
trip. Even after pleading that it was Air Canada's fault, they didn't care. My booking agent, Expedia.com, was zero help.
So, adding to my "corporate revenge" list Air Canada, Sheraton and Expedia.
Fortunately, even though it was last minute, I was able to secure us flights aboard Norwegian Airlines. They fly non-stop from
Boston to Pointe-à-Pitre. Norwegian does not partner with the usual on-line zero support websites so you have to look them up
We drove to Boston, spent a wonderful evening at Comfort Inn & Suites. They let me park there for a week
and they shuttled us to and from the airport.
To take advantage of an Air Canada non-stop flight to Pointe-à-Pitre we going to
drive to Montreal and spend the night first. [Original plan, see text]