Looking to squeeze in one last vacation before fall arrives and the kids (or you) go back to school? Why not do a road trip? Read More
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[img_assist|nid=417|title=New York City Snow Globe|desc=Photo by Annette Gulick, www.4loves.com|link=none|align=left|width=267|height=300]Souvenirs can be a fun way to remember past vacations and trips. But, honestly — how many silver spoons or snow globes does a person
[img_assist|nid=392|title=A Hearty Breakfast|desc=Photo by Roger Kirby|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=57]As the summer travel season gets under way, U.S. gas prices are continuing to rise, averaging around $4 for regular fuel. And in some states, prices are much higher.
To help ease some of the pain at the pump, many bed and breakfasts are participating in a promotion called “Tanks a Lot,” where guests receive cash back, a discount on their bill or a gas card to fill up their tanks.
Books are essential traveling companions – whether they are
guide books for a place you’re traveling to for the first time, or the latest
paperback best seller to pass the time on a long flight or [img_assist|nid=371|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=84|height=100]during
When you’re on the road, it’s always a challenge to stay healthy. With recycled airplane air and fellow passengers sneezing and coughing all around, you just know you’re going to end up [img_assist|nid=317|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=74]catching something. Here are some inexpensive tips to staying healthy while traveling.
Packing for a trip can be a challenge. You want to make sure you remember to pack the[img_assist|nid=138|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=97] essentials, which can sometimes result in over-packing and running out of room in your suitcase.
When space is a premium, consider packing these multiple use items in your suitcase to save space in your luggage.