Travelocity's 'Confirmation' Doesn't Mean You Really Booked A Hotel Room, Silly

Travelocity's 'Confirmation' Doesn't Mean You Really Booked A Hotel Room, Silly

The idea behind booking a hotel room or other travel through a site like Travelocity is that they’re supposed to, um, actually book the travel that you pay for. They didn’t manage to do that for the hotel room Graham tried to book in Maine. He booked nine weeks ahead, then learned that the reservation was imaginary two weeks before the trip. [More]