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Things You Should Never Wear on a Plane

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  Travel nowadays is uncomfortable enough, what with long lines at the TSA, ever-narrower seats and the whole “packed like sardines” feel of some airlines. However, we still don’t think it’s an excuse to break out the fuzzy slippers and pajamas—unless, say, you’re under five years old (and even then we recommend shoes, at least!) […]

How To Stay Healthy On A Cruise

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There’s nothing more fun than a cruise—but nothing less fun than getting sick on one. Cruise ships have a reputation for being floating germ incubators, but truth is, you have about a third less chance of getting sick on one than you do picking something up at home. However, if someone is contagious and goes […]

Travel Vaccinations: What You Need To Know

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Planning on traveling abroad? While some countries don’t require a thing other than your passport and a sense of adventure, others require travel vaccinations to keep you safe from different diseases that either don’t exist or have been eradicated in the United States. Thing is, travel vaccinations aren’t something you can stop in and get […]

21 Basic Phrases For Travelers

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So you’re packed and ready to go! Congratulations! If you’re headed to a foreign country, you might want to pack a little more than your walking shoes and sunscreen. Learning or writing down a few choice phrases for travelers in the language of the country you’re visiting is never a bad thing: not only does […]

[INFOGRAPHIC] Christmas Holiday Travel Tips

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Christmas holiday travel getting you down? Don’t worry! Here’s a mini guide to help you get ready to go in no time. Just concentrate on your budget and how many days you have to get away, then follow these steps to organize your Christmas vacation in the best way possible. Safe travels! From Visually.

What To Do When Your Flight Is Delayed

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  We’ve all been there and the stats support it: according to FlightStats online calculations, there were 8,749 cancelled flights and 136,498 delayed flights last month alone. As anybody can attest, this doesn’t just happen during the holiday season, but you can bet it gets worse, particularly in the wintertime. While you probably won’t be […]