Category: Travel Tips

Travel Tips and Best Travel Bag for Vacations

Jun 19, 2013
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Travel Tips and Best Travel Bag for Vacations

Whether you are traveling domestically or internationally make sure to take care of a few things and use these travel tips to make your trip easy and safe. Travel Tips to make Traveling Easier

  • Take your credit card, but also bring some cash in case of an emergency.
  • Share your travel itinerary with a couple of friends or family.
  • Check your medical insurance coverage if you are traveling internationally.
  • Pack appropriately. Pack enough, but not too m...

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Beware of Costly Travel Mistakes

Oct 30, 2013
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Beware of Costly Travel Mistakes

Cold weather has you down? Are one who plans far ahead? If you’re already planning your summer vacation, here is a little advice from the good folks at the Consumer Information Center (www.pueblo.gsa.gov) to help you avoid costly travel scams that will surly ruin any vacation holiday: • If planning every detail of a vacation is not what you want to do, maybe you should turn to a travel agency or tour company. Just be sure to only deal with ones that are well known and have a good standing...

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Common Russian Terms When Traveling to Moscow

Jun 11, 2013
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Common Russian Terms When Traveling to Moscow

When traveling to Moscow, soliciting travel tips about commonly used Russian terms is a good place to start. Greetings can generally be summed up to a general hello ("zdrastvooyte"), good morning ("dobraye ootro"), good afternoon ("dobriy den"), and good evening ("dobriy vyecher"). "Spaseeba" is the word for "thank you" and "prasteete" is how you say "excuse me". One of the more useful phrases is "vi gavareetye pa angleeskee?" which means "do you speak English?". ...

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Saving Money on Traveling Cost

Dec 16, 2013
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Saving Money on Traveling Cost

Traveling often includes having to book a hotel to ensure you have a cozy place to rest your head for a few days. But with the rising cost of air fare and gasoline on road trips, finding an acceptable place to lodge on a budget can be a bit tricky. If this is the case, consider a few of these tips to save money when booking a hotel.

It’s no surprise that the best place to look for great deals and rates is online. Most companies...

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Travel Tips to Help Save Money on Your Next Trip

Oct 7, 2013
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Travel Tips to Help Save Money on Your Next Trip

Although the country may be in a recession, you can benefit from it if you’re planning your next trip soon. Hotels and other resorts are slashing their rates by more than 50% during the peak and off season which means you can take that vacation you've been putting off. But to do that, you have to know the different ways to save money. Planning your vacation way ahead of time is the first way to start saving. Look to travel to unique places not frequented by tourists at that time. During the...

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Traveling for the Holidays with Children

Oct 21, 2013
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Traveling for the Holidays with Children

Now that it is officially autumn, the season of holiday chaos is almost upon us! And even though this time of the year brings forth opportunities to create wonderful long-lasting memories that will be cherished forever. It also can generate just as many horrible experiences in the way of traveling, especially with children. To help make your holiday travels a little less hectic, here are a few tips to think about to make traveling with children less of a chore: Excitement isn’t the only ...

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Traveling to the Netherlands – Dutch Culture Do’s and Don’ts

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May 31, 2013
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Traveling to the Netherlands – Dutch Culture Do’s and Don’ts

When you plan on traveling to the Netherlands, as with travel to any foreign country, soliciting travel tips is a good way to avoid cultural clashes once you are there. You will find that the Netherlands has customs that are similar to American ones. Handshaking is an appropriate greeting and communication is not generally a problem since most Dutch also speak English. Tipping is engaged in minimally in the Netherlands with tips never exceeding a few coins since t...

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