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Eleven Must-Have Travel Apps For Visiting New cities

Prepping for your next exciting adventure requires a lot of planning. Planning that includes everything from figuring out your wardrobe, breaking in your new walking shoes, and making sure your luggage is still sturdy. But you also don’t want to leave home without first deciding which apps you plan to take with you. This is…

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When It Really Makes Sense to Use a Travel Agent

You’ve got a great trip all planned out. But now you have to figure out the details and book it all online. Booking a trip can be a stressful undertaking. You can spend hours online, searching for that perfect deal on flights and hotels. You download apps and try new booking websites. You bounce from…

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Guide to Packing Light For A Business Trip

If you travel for business, you’re well aware of the challenges that frequent travel brings. The tight schedules and meetings can be exhausting and travel loses its allure and just becomes a nuisance. A difficulty that others may not even consider is packing. For business travel, efficiency is paramount but you also need to pack…

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The Busiest Airports in the USA

When is the last time you stopped to consider the incredible feat of engineering, organization, and talent that makes up a modern American airport? Our airports started as strips of flattened land and have evolved into bustling metropolises, complete with shops, restaurants, lounges, security, sanitation, special events, museums, and cultural exhibits. But the comparison doesn’t…

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Going Green: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations Around the Country

When you think about St. Patrick’s Day, you probably think about wearing green, four-leaf clovers, leprechauns, and the Irish. Even if you’re not Irish, it can be a fun day to celebrate and many cities host large parades or other unique events. If you are looking for the best places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day,…

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Getting Creative for Spring Break

The words “Spring Break” often bring up memories of beach trips and similar adventures from college, but there are many more options and destinations to consider. Families can certainly make the trip to beaches for some warm weather, but they could also try something different such as heading to the mountains to ski and make…

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Making the Most of Mardi Gras

The Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans is a one of kind event. The city’s population nearly doubles during the celebration, which traditionally starts a few days before Fat Tuesday as visitors head to The Big Easy to see multiple parades and celebrations. If you plan on attending this year, here are some of our…

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Travel Perks – Making the Most of your Travel Reward Programs

Every year, several publications come out with lists on the best travel reward programs and how they rank against one another. The reason behind your trip can impact which airline you fly, where you stay, and what rental car company you use. Your company may have reward relationships set up already, or you are limited…

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Packing for an International Trip

When it comes to making up for packing mishaps, it’s one thing when you go for just a weekend away or even a longer stateside vacation. You know that if you’re missing something or need to pick up a sweater (I didn’t plan on Chicago being be cold in June!) you can easily find what…

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Holiday Gifts for Travelers

Looking for that perfect gift for the travel buff in your life? We’ve picked some of unique items to help you make shopping for gifts easy this year: For the Business Traveler: Suit-pack An Australian company, this suit carrier claims to be “scientifically designed to prevent your suit creasing.” Currently listed for $149 and free…

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