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Follow these tips for pleasant travel

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ROAD VIEW Want to travel on a budget or just want to grab a good deal? Try these travel tips to save big on your next vacation. Where To  Travel Instead of hitting up all of the major attractions at your destination, check out these local resources for an educational, exciting and relaxing time for a smaller place. Local Park Districts - Get into the local scene of your vacation destination with events like local concerts, ice rinks and zoos. Cultural Events - From San Francisco's Chinese New Year Parade to Pow Wows in New Mexico, cultural events are an easy way to see traditions you've never experienced before, wherever you go. Smaller Historical Sites - See history reveal itself at smaller historical plantations, monuments and battlefields. They offer a similar experience for a fract

Tips to Make Family Travel Easier

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SAFE FAMILY TRAVEL Family travel can be stressful for all involved, parents and children. However, making the trip more tolerable often just involves being creative and using strategies to make the trip more memorable. Here are some tricks to making the next vacation stress-free. 1) Play Games This often comes to mind for road trips, but it's a wonderful way to keep the kids entertained during long journeys. Gaming devices or WIFI-capable smart tablets can be a great option for entertaining everyone. It's also always a good idea to join in with your children when it comes to traditional car games, such as spotting other cars of a particular color or trying to find the unique license plates. Games keep everyone busy while also making humorous memories. 2) Be Prepared It may seem obvious ...


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ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE These days it seems like everybody else is traveling the world, and we're stuck watching them through the screens of our smartphones and laptops. It seems so out of reach for most people. But this isn't far out of reach at all; in fact, it is within your grasp. It is within a click! Tip 1. Book the plane ticket first! Now some may disagree on this being the first step. There are planners who would prefer everything to be planned out, organized, date-by-date, on where to go first, second, and last. The problem with this for most people? Plan all you want, but that isn't going to get you anywhere! Once the plane ticket is booked, there are no other options but to start planning. One of the most important questions: what country/region do I want to start in? ...

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