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New York on a Winter’s day

New York on a Winter’s day

It’s easy to fall in love with New York at any time of year, but it is perhaps at its most beautiful in winter.  When the snow is often thick underfoot, icicles hang down from trees and store signs, and frost glitters on the glass, the city has a fairy tale quality that makes visitors […]

Making the most of your Philadelphia trip

Making the most of your Philadelphia trip

A trip to Philadelphia is sure to be one of the most exciting vacation adventures. As the birthplace of the United States this city is a great place to explore and check out all of the fascinating and educational historical sights. It’s also a wonderful city to enjoy fabulous food, great museums and friendly culture; […]

What you can do in Boston

What you can do in Boston

  Boston is such a wonderful city with a lot of history attached to it. It is one of the best cities of America. There are so many attractions in Boston a person can do that are free, and some pretty close to free. There are things like the Freedom Trail, to shopping, and many […]

Don’t Believe These Travel Myths

Don’t Believe These Travel Myths

If you’re a travel newbie, you probably rely a great deal on word of mouth and advice from friends and acquaintances when it comes to making plans. But not all of the strategies and tips that are commonly floated around are based on reality. In fact, since travel is all about striking out into the […]

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How to Save Gas While You Travel

How to Save Gas While You Travel

The latest forecasts for gas prices estimate $6 per gallon by the end of May. That’s enough to put a real crimp in many family’s travel plans. But a “staycation” isn’t your only option when gas reaches exorbitant prices. There are some other ways you can trim the bill for this travel necessity on your […]

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Tool for Traveling with Toddlers

Tool for Traveling with Toddlers

How do you travel when you have to tote tons of luggage and one or two tots? Travelling Toddler, LLC has one answer for this situation. This travel accessory contraption is designed for strapping a carseat to a piece of rolling luggage. You can push your suitcase around the airport while giving your child a […]

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How To Take a Smart Spring Break

How To Take a Smart Spring Break

Spring break is one of the most popular travel times of the year for the teen and young adult crowd. It can also be a rowdy and scary time if you’re not used to going a little wild. The key to having a good time is making memories with no regrets (and without blacking out). […]

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Calling All Passengers to YogAir

Calling All Passengers to YogAir

San Fransisco International Airport is giving a completely new meaning to the term “Air Yoga”. Passengers can while away the hours before their flight in a beautifully appointed Yoga Room inside the airport itself. This studio is designed to give ticket holders a place to relax, breathe, meditate, and move in a quiet atmosphere. With […]

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Glamping Lets You Take It All With You

Glamping Lets You Take It All With You

Lewis Carrol, the famous coiner of portmanteau words like chortle (snort+chortle) and slithy (lithe+slimy) would be proud of the latest word combo: Glamping. It’s a blend of “glamorous” and “camping”. This might seem like an oxymoron. But it is a real phenomenon for the wealthy traveler who is kind of enthusiastic about nature – but […]

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Is It Safe to Travel to Iraq?

Is It Safe to Travel to Iraq?

Iraq has long been a historically and culturally rich location for world travelers. As part of the area known at one time as Mesopotamia, this region gave birth to the oldest civilization known to man (the Sumerians). Even with the destruction of many priceless artifacts and records, it still holds much interest to scholars and […]

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