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How To Find The Right Eurail Pass

How To Find The Right Eurail Pass

For years choosing a rail pass has been a puzzle for even the best travel planners. Do you need a pass that combines two countries, is regional, maybe a global extravaganza of 18 countries? Should it be a Flexi pass stretching over several months, or will your travel be done in two weeks? How about […]

October 26, 2007 | By | Reply More
Find Your Adventure Activities in Hawaii

Find Your Adventure Activities in Hawaii

Envisioning your long awaited vacation to Hawaii paints a different picture for each of us. While I imagine wonderful beach walks followed by leisurely stops to sample local cuisine, sipping a tropical cocktail while listening to the sweet strum of a ukulele, others may yearn to swish through canyons at lightening speeds while sightseeing in […]

August 16, 2007 | By | 1 Reply More
Do It Yourself Medical Kits

Do It Yourself Medical Kits

Never leave home without it! One of the first things I throw in my bag is a medical first aid kit, and some very important home remedies. Here are my tips on the best choices.

August 14, 2007 | By | 1 Reply More
Gotta Go, Gotta Go Right Now!

Gotta Go, Gotta Go Right Now!

You all know those moments; especially when traveling with children, a little too much water and you are looking for the nearest bathroom. Well, believe it or not, you can find one anytime, anywhere thanks to TheBathroomDiaries.com.

July 29, 2007 | By | Reply More
Tips For Driving In Ireland

Tips For Driving In Ireland

The rolling green countryside of Ireland is best explored by car, but you’ll need some quick tips before venturing off: Tip 1: You need to opt for full rental car insurance coverage. Most credit card companies DO NOT provide collision damage insurance in Ireland. Maybe it’s the narrow roads that dance between stone walls and […]

June 16, 2007 | By | 1 Reply More
6 Ways To Protect Your Money While Traveling

6 Ways To Protect Your Money While Traveling

Rule #1 – Be aware of your personal space. In the U.S. we take for granted that we won’t be pushed, pulled or jostled on a regular basis and that items hanging about our body are safe. In the rest of the world, the rules are different! If it’s hanging free, it’s up for grabs.

June 10, 2007 | By | Reply More
Where To Find The Best Last Minute Vacation Deals

Where To Find The Best Last Minute Vacation Deals

Help, I Need A Getaway NOW ! The internet is filled with sites proclaiming great last minute deals. Most are standard booking engines dressed up with lots of graphics and limited offers. Here are sites I’ve found that really deliver offers that will have you making plans and packing your bags.

June 4, 2007 | By | Reply More
Find The Lowest Airfares Every Time You Travel

Find The Lowest Airfares Every Time You Travel

It’s an airfare jungle out there! Here are 3 easy must do steps to find the lowest airfare every time your travel. #1 Visit a metasearch ticket site to identify available fares. These engines search multiple ticket sites at once. Here are our favorites. KAYAK ORBITZ FARE CHASE QIXO MOBISSIMO SIDE STEP Kayak is my […]

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How To Rent A Villa For Less Than a Hotel Room

How To Rent A Villa For Less Than a Hotel Room

Or, how we hit the villa rental jackpot in Hawaii! If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a vacation villa in a faraway paradise, now’s the time to realize your dreams (temporarily at least) by renting a villa instead of staying in a hotel room. The internet has thrown the doors wide open for finding wonderful […]

February 15, 2007 | By | Reply More
Trip Report – Searsport, Maine

Trip Report – Searsport, Maine

Tales of a merry yuletide weekend at Inn Britannia in Searsport Maine. This year we decided to head north to Maine in search of a snowy Christmas instead of flying out to Denver to be with the boys. GOOD CHOICE OR WHAT? You may remember that the Denver airport was closed for days, stranding thousands […]

January 18, 2007 | By | Reply More