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Skip the Line Tours: When is it worth it?

skip the line tours

Have you caught onto the Skip the Line Tours trend yet? If you haven’t, it might be a game changer for your next vacation. Let’s face it. Time is limited and time is money. You don’t want to spend half your

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Traveling with Kids? Here Are Some Great Tips

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Traveling with Kids Doesn’t Have to Drive You Insane You haven’t lived until you’ve flown with an airsick toddler, or realized too late that the 10-day forecast for your family’s tropical vacation destination is rain – and you’re traveling with

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2019 Travel Trends: What’s in store for next year?

2019 Travel trends

What’s in store for 2019 Travel Trends? Planning anything big for next year? Now is the time to start thinking about those vacation days you are going to rack up in 2019. What’s on your bucket list? We’ve compiled the latest

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Where in the World is Airbnb Cheaper than Hotels?

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Travelers have so many choices these days when booking lodging. Airbnb, hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, even couch surfing. We all like to save money while traveling, but with so many options the time it takes to find a great

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How to Make Flying More Affordable (and enjoyable)

flying more affordable

Can we find a way to make flying more affordable? Yes, we can! In these modern times, we take for granted that we can fall asleep in New York and wake up a few short hours later in Paris. We

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Safety and Travel Tips for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

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It’s 2018, just about the time to start planning your trip to the 2020 Summer Tokyo Olympics in Japan.  If you loved the games in Rio 2016, then the time is right to plan that trip, in advance so you

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New Carry-on Restrictions for Powders

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Airplane travelers to and from the United Kingdom will now experience carry-on restrictions such as powers, make-up, coffee, spices, etc.  The UK is following the example of other countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the US, which adopted these

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Tips for Traveling to Russia for the World Cup

traveling to Russia for the world cup

Are you traveling to Russia for the World Cup? Congratulations! What an amazing trip–however you won’t see the US team this year (they didn’t qualify). No worries–there a lots of other teams competing in the world cup. Here are some

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The Ultimate Checklist for an Unforgettable Family Vacation

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A family vacation can be the highlight of the summer (or the year) where many memories are made. Family bonding is at the top of the list of priorities, as well as a long, and sometimes daunting, checklist of things to

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Is Your DNA Persuading You to Travel?

Is Your DNA Persuading You to Travel?

Many people have wanderlust, a deep subconscious yearning to travel and see distant lands. Is it your DNA? It could be, but not in the way you might think. Maybe your great-great-great uncle took long excursions on the open sea

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Make photocopies of all your important documents: your passport, car-rental documents, railway passes, your itinerary, prescriptions, etc.  Take photos on your smart phone and/or have copies in your luggage.  You're not likely to lose your wallet, phone and luggage all at the same time.  As a backup, leave a copy with a friend or family member back Read More

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