Tag: travel tips

Gorgeous Global Motorcycle Destinations

travel September 19, 2016 0 Comments

  Some say that the world has only gotten smaller, but when you work to explore every nook and cranny of uncharted (and charted) territory from the seat of a motorcycle the world grows exponentially. Nothing is as freeing and liberating as packing a saddlebag, gearing up, and hitting the open road to discover a new place.  This is the…

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6 Smart Packing Tips for Summer Travel

travel July 5, 2016 0 Comments

Summer is a time when millions of people around the country travel for pleasure. In fact, the Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that over 650 million long distance summer trips are made between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend, with at least 50 miles being considered long distance. They also report that 90 percent of those trips are done…

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Jetsetera Goes to Croatia

travel September 17, 2014 0 Comments

…and this is what we found! Island hopping at it’s best… …with island beach clubs…hidden coves like Blue Cave… ..and hidden beaches available only by boat. The town of Split is surrounded by water and the pictures look unreal. It is a quaint, casual and friendly town. From the cafes on the cobblestone streets to a beautiful sight overlooking the…

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Book Review: DK Eyewitness Travel Guides

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Off to London, New York, Paris, Italy or Ireland? Don’t forget to take with you the newly revamped  DK Eyewitness Travel Guide.  The recent 20th anniversary re-launch introduced updated itineraries, new content, stunning images and improved usability—all with the same gold-standard integrity they are known and loved for. Key features include: New itineraries based on lengths of stay, regional destinations,…

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Travel: New Year, New Start, New Country

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WanderingtheWorld ( / / CC BY-NC As we head into 2014, are you going to set yourself a new year’s resolution? Some will start a new diet, while others will start a new exercise regime. Some will try to further their career, or look to start a family. Maybe you’re going to make 2014 the year to move house…

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Travel: 7 Ways to be Prepared for Travel Emergencies

travel December 23, 2013 1 Comments

  With the holiday season here and traveling increasing by 23%, according to the United States Department of Transportation, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared to be away from home.  Below are a few tips to make your holiday travels less stressful.  Give your loved ones your emergency contact information: 91% of adults in the U.S. own a cell phone,…

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Travel: Guide to Traveling in Changing Time Zones

guest post travel travel planning travel tips December 2, 2013 0 Comments

Timothy Valentine / / CC BY-NC-SA   We’ve all been there: you jet abroad for a much-needed holiday only to find yourself spending the first day or so wiped out and sleepy. Or maybe you head off to an important client meeting a continent away and have to spend the day fighting off a feeling of all-pervasive weariness. Yes,…

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Travel: Stress Free Holidays

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Matt. Create. / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA   It’s a wish for everyone who want to have a holiday to enjoy and to relief stress during that time. This can be achieved if you do the following : Organize yourself first:  The first most important thing to do to have a smooth and holiday which is stress free is by…

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Travel: 7 Tips for the Anxious Traveler

guest post travel travel planning travel tips July 29, 2013 0 Comments

Calm your nervous system with a relaxation technique. Whether you are in the planning phase of an elaborate vacation or already sitting on the runway, it’s hard to think reasonably when your body is anxious. Listen to a meditation CD or practice slow breathing to lower your baseline anxiety level. Write down your worries. The mere act of putting pen…

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Travel: Pregnant & Traveling? What You Need to Know

adventure guest post holiday travel travel planning travel tips July 24, 2013 0 Comments

In the 1950s, pregnant women were told by their doctors to stay at home and get lots of bed rest, but the days of staying off your feet and not reaching for high shelves are over. Now, as long as you have no medical complications, it’s considered perfectly safe to travel throughout your pregnancy. The American College of Obstetrics and…

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Travel: 47 European Countries, 1 Bag- How to Travel with Just a Carry-On

travel travel planning travel tips July 15, 2013 0 Comments

Robert Croma / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA Embarking on an international trip presents numerous packing challenges, particularly for women. In this era of checked baggage fees, limitations on carry-on liquids and other similar regulations, packing for such a trip requires a certain knowledge base and a carefully executed plan. Travelers hoping to lighten their loads while simultaneously avoiding extra fees…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Reasons You Should Visit the USA

guest post travel travel planning travel tips May 30, 2012 5 Comments

When we plan our vacation, want adventure and excitement. Travel is the best way to explore and discover new adventures. USA is one of the best places to travel to. It attracts visitors with its artistic nature and fabulous landmarks. There are many real treasures to be found when you visit USA. Below we consider some of the best reasons why…

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Travel Guest Post: Tips to Avoid a Nightmare Honeymoon

guest post honeymoon travel travel planning travel tips May 12, 2012 2 Comments

Wedding planning can become so all-consuming that everything else is forgotten, and sometimes that can even mean the honeymoon! A hastily booked package holiday might seem like a good idea when you’re stressing out over bridesmaids and wedding favours, but when the time comes you’ll be wishing you’d put more thought into your destination. The first step to the perfect…

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