Vacations - Safe Air Travel

July 28th, 2014
"Good afternoon sir. How are you today? I need to see your boarding pass and ID please. Please remove your outermost garment. You'll need to take your laptop out of the case and place it separately in the bin. Sir, I would recommend removal of your shoes. They look like they will set off the metal detector. Yes, I would also recommend removing your belt, as well. Do you have any other metal or foil in your pockets, sir? Keys, cell phone, money clip, coins, gum wrappers, cold medicine, ...
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Vacations - European Travel Planning

July 27th, 2014
Europe has always been a popular travel destination. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or planning your first trip, there are several important things to keep in mind before calling your travel agent and booking your next vacation: 1. Time of year: While "Paris in the Springtime" sounds very romantic, the truth is that you're liable to spend many days indoors, because the weather can be cold and rainy. On the other hand, the French Riviera in the springtime boasts warm temperatures, sunshine ...
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Vacations - Save With Off Peak Travel

July 26th, 2014
The European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET) defines traveling off-peak as "traveling outside rush-hours to avoid overcrowding in public means of transport." This sounds all too simple and as we might expect - easier said than done. For both air and car travel, avoid the crowds by traveling during the week, especially from Tuesday through Thursday. An added bonus is that airfares for travel Tuesday through Thursday are usually cheaper. Mid-morning and late afternoon ...
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Vacations - Making Car Travel Fun

July 25th, 2014
Even with higher gas prices, families are still taking road trips. Or maybe because of the higher air fares caused by higher gas prices, people are opting to take more trips by car. Kids get bored riding in the car. If the children are bored, they start to pick on each other or insist on asking the dreaded, "Are We There Yet?" question that all drivers love to hear every 10 minutes. Below are some suggestions to keep your ride fun and most importantly, peaceful! Play the alphabet game. ...
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Travel Europe-Best Times to Travel to Europe

July 24th, 2014
Choosing the Best Times to Travel to Europe A journey to Europe is the holiday of a lifetime. Limitless sites and attractions are waiting throughout the continent. The prices and the weather are the major elements in deciding the prime travel periods. A good compromise is to choose the period before and after the busy summer season, because the weather is mostly good and prices are lower. Southern Europe also offers a nice experience in the winter, with reasonably mild weather. For sun lovers, ...
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Travel Attractions in Southwestern Ohio

July 23rd, 2014
Travel and Tourism in Ohio can be rewarding, if you just know where to look. Southwestern Ohio is home to the cities of Dayton and Cincinnati.Click on the city names for more information. This portion of Ohio also contains one of the best antiquing cities in the nation. Waynesville is known as the "Antique capitol of the Midwest. Waynesville has 5 blocks of historic buildings that contain more than 100 shops and galleries. The shops are located on Main Street ,High Street, and Miami ...
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Travel Incentives

July 22nd, 2014
Reward Dollars will ease the holiday spending for participating customers. A loyalty based program by VIP Travel Rewards offers customers the opportunity to instantly purchase brand name and travel related products and services with a percentage of Rewards Dollars on the already lowest retail prices available. Rewards Dollars act as a form of currency which the consumer participates in recieving with a low monthly auto-renewal subscription. These Reward Dollars are non-expiring and are placed ...
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Tips for Travelling Abroad - Travel Checklists for Travellers

July 21st, 2014
Although most trips abroad are trouble free, being prepared will go a long way to avoiding the possibility of serious trouble. If you are travelling abroad here are some of things you need to do to make your trip easier: 1. Check the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) Travel Advice (call 0845 850 2829) for Public Announcements or Travel Warnings for the countries you plan to visit. Public Announcements provide fast-breaking information about relatively short-term conditions that may pose risks ...
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Travel Gift Ideas - Christmas Presents

July 20th, 2014
Looking for travel gift ideas? Here are a few that make great Christmas presents or just good old travel gifts. Travel Gift Ideas Whether for work or fun, people that travel a lot are easy to buy for. There are simply a ton of gadgets and travel accessories that can satisfy your need for travel gift ideas. 1. Dreamsacks - Okay, here's a nasty little secret about traveling. Hotels don't always wash sheets and definitely don't wash comforters. Yes, it creeps me out to think about it as well. ...
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EduKick International Language & Culture Travel Soccer Camps

July 19th, 2014
b>2006 Soccer Travel Camps Abroad: EduKick Soccer Travel Camps are the ultimate in study abroad, soccer travel programs. Our soccer schools provide professional soccer training combined with quality foreign language instruction and chaperoned cultural excursions in order to maximize the young player's experience abroad. EduKick is an international soccer academy committed to delivering the highest level of language and soccer secure, safe, and nurturing environments. ...
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