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Be Aware of “Rogue” or Free Wi-Fi Networks

POSTED April 30th 2017 BY Beth Williams
If you use so-called ‘free’ Wi-Fi networks while at your favorite cafe or while traveling, you might get more than you bargained for. Protect yourself – and your identity – with these simple tips. You’re sitting in an airport lounge and seize the chance to check your e-mails before your flight departs. You log on and are tempted by a wireless Internet provider offering free...
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2 Must-Dos When Booking Hotel Rooms

POSTED February 11th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Security then comfort should be your priorities after location when selecting a hotel room. Communicate your wishes at the time when making a reservation. Be sure to follow up with the front desk, not the reservations group, 24 hours before you arrive.
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Could You be a Victim of Theft at the Beach or Pool?

POSTED December 3rd 2016 BY Beth Williams
Thefts at beaches and pools increase during the busy vacation season when tourists and locals visit. Beachgoers leave their wallets, cell phones, cameras or other valuables on the beach while they go for a swim.  Most think they don’t have an alternative but to leave their property unattended or guarded. Some are clever enough to “hide”  their valuables under a towel, but in a blink...
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Top 6 Hotel and Resort Safety Tips

POSTED September 15th 2016 BY Travel Writer
These are the top hotel safety tips that frequent travelers and experts agree on. Upon Checking In Request a room that’s not on the ground floor. Security experts agree that staying between the third and sixth floors – where rooms are high enough to avoid easy break-ins and are low enough to be reached by fire engine ladders in the event of an emergency are...
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Doing Laundry in Your Hotel Room

POSTED July 4th 2016 BY Beth Williams
Chances are that if you travel for more than a few days you may find that you get an evening chore of doing a bit of laundry in the sink of your hotel or B&B. Never done laundry by hand?  It’s pretty simple.  See the travel size laundry essentials you must pack. Here’s a quick guide to doing laundry or washing clothes in your sink....
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Fast and Easy Hotel Room Workout

POSTED June 22nd 2016 BY Travel Writer
Stay slim away from home with these fast and easy workout routines that can be done during your trips, in the comfort of your hotel room ! 1st Step: Warm Up Start with a warm up to get your core temperature up by getting your heart pumping. 30 seconds- Neck Rotations 30 seconds- Hip Rotations 30 seconds- Side Arm Rotations 25 Jumping Jacks Then loosen...
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Amazing Ice Hotels Around the World

POSTED March 31st 2016 BY Travel Writer
  1. The Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. The Icehotel is the world’s first hotel made out of ice. It is built each year entirely out of snow and ice. The hotel remains the best one in the world and includes 50 cold rooms, 30 warm rooms, a bar and an ice chapel. Most things are made out of ice, even the glasses that you drink out of. Artists...
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Beach Theft – Thieves Caught on Video Plus Prevention Tips

POSTED March 11th 2016 BY Travel Writer
Going to the beach is something that you’ll want to do especially when visiting a tropical or sunny destination, however, it’s a tricky situation if you take valuables like a phone, cash, car keys or credit cards with you to the sand. What’s the best way to protect your valuables? Hide them in your beach bag? Do you carry them when you stroll along the...
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7 Scary Things to Watch Out for in Your Hotel Room

POSTED October 27th 2015 BY Travel Writer
Hotels are great, and your room is often a home away from home…but you may not be the only guest living there. These hotel terrors came just in time for Halloween, beware and be aware of the living spaces for unwelcome guests.   1) Remote Controls One of the dirtiest things you can find in a hotel room may just come as a shock! In various studies,...
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