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8 Things You Can Do While Visiting New York When You’re Broke

Posted May 25th, 2012 by Staff Writers

New York City is a cultural hub, full of museums, delicious food, unparalleled shopping, and an energetic nightlife. With limited funds, you may feel as though you can’t enjoy all that the city has to offer. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are hundreds of things to do in New York without […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

The Essentials for Traveling with Kids

Posted May 24th, 2012 by Staff Writers

When it comes to traveling together as a family, nothing is more classic than a good, old-fashioned road trip. Whether your family heads out on road trips frequently or rarely rides in the car together for more than an hour or two at a time, there are plenty of ways to make the experience as […]

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Categories: Family Travel

How to Really “Vacation” With Kids in Tow

Posted May 21st, 2012 by Staff Writers

Summer vacation is fast approaching and planning is already underway for fun trips to the beach, camping, and Disneyland. There are so many great places to go, but families with multiple children may be overwhelmed at the prospect of toting little ones around on a long vacation. With the proper planning though, vacations with kids […]

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Categories: Family Travel

8 Must-Visit Cities for Your American Brewery Tour

Posted May 21st, 2012 by Staff Writers

With the rise of craft breweries, 103,585 jobs have been made in the United States both inside the breweries and at local brewpubs, according to the Brewers Association. Craft beer is making a name for itself, and it’s starting to become less of a hidden gem and more of a part of popular culture. Breweries […]

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Categories: Travelers Guide

10 Popular Tourist Attractions That You Didn’t Know are Haunted

Posted May 21st, 2012 by Staff Writers

Each year, thousands of tourists flock to these sites, site-seeing and learning interesting facts, completely unaware that these popular attractions have long histories of paranormal activity. The list below includes some little-known haunted places on earth that just so happen to be popular tourist attractions. Eiffel Tower, Paris The tallest building in France and a […]

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Categories: Fun

8 Scams Leaving Tourists High and Dry

Posted May 16th, 2012 by Staff Writers

If you’re traveling in another country, usually the locals can tell you’re a tourist. If it isn’t the way you’re dressed, they may be able to identify you by the language you speak which differs from their own, the confused way you handle money, or the camera you wear dangling around your neck. A seasoned […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

9 Ways to Pack Ultra-Light for Your Next Trip

Posted May 16th, 2012 by Staff Writers

Travelers who like to pack their entire closet on trips, read carefully: packing ultra-light is simple. Many travelers are guilty of over-packing, which is a common mistake for those who don’t take time to pick out only outfits and items they need for the trip. With the ever-increasing costs of travel these days, it’s getting […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

8 Products That Make Traveling Less Stressful

Posted May 8th, 2012 by Staff Writers

The most experienced travel gurus know that the key to smart traveling is efficiency. Packing lightweight, compact items that help you navigate your travel experience is best. While everyone knows to pack climate-appropriate clothing, toiletries, and necessary electronics, there are certain items that every seasoned traveler would benefit from owning. Having these items on hand […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

5 Celebrity Vacation Hotspots

Posted May 8th, 2012 by Staff Writers

What is a vacation to you? Maybe it is spending time with the family away from work. Maybe you like to travel to different countries and see the world, or maybe you just like being able to spend time sitting on your couch. Whatever your definition of vacation is, it is safe to assume that […]

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Categories: Fun

TSA’s Body Scanner Technology: Health Risks

Posted May 4th, 2012 by Staff Writers

While the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has claimed to have no concerns over possible health risks associated with the body scanners that are used in airports across the United States, studies have found that the possibility of health risks is real. Health risks are more likely in people who are regularly exposed to the body […]

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