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How To Create A Travel Itinerary

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23 There are three ways to create a travel itinerary: the “old-fashioned” way by entering everything into a file online; virtually, by using one of the many apps that fit quite nicely in the confines of your smartphone or your tablet; or by booking your travel with a professional Travel Advisor who will do all […]


Tips for Traveling with Pets

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Thinking about heading out on the road with your favorite four-legged friend? Whether it’s by plane, automobile or even cruise (as of press time, Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 is the only one that welcomes pets), a little planning and preparation can help ease the stress when traveling with pets. Book Ahead Whether you’re planning on […]


How to Deal With Lost Luggage

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  There you are, standing at baggage claim, watching everyone pluck bags off the carousel until… You’re the only one left standing, no bag in sight. After you regain your composure, your first stop needs to be the airline’s lost baggage office, which should be conveniently located somewhere in baggage claim. In fact, don’t even […]


High Anxiety: How to Stay Healthy When You Fly

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Planes and airports can be tough on your body in more ways than one, but with a little pre-planning you can sidestep the worst of it and stay healthy when you fly. Pat-downs vs. scanners Every so often the topic of overexposure to radiation courtesy of airport scanners will come up, especially concerning frequent flyers. […]


Tips For Flying With Kids

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Holidays, summer, spring break… Every few months there’s an opportunity to pack up the kids and head to the airport. If you’re dreading the thought of a few hours aloft with a fidgety brood, these travel tips can help. Never fear, a little planning and preparation go a long way. Give yourself time. No one […]


Hot Tips For Winter Driving

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  Having lived in Flagstaff, Arizona, for several years (it’s home to a ski resort, so you can imagine what the winters are like), my first piece of advice for driving in the wintertime would be: if there’s snow or ice on the road, stay home. Either that or wait until the deicers and the […]