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Travel Tips: Speed through TSA Airport Lines with These Hacks

Travelers are waiting in longer and longer TSA security lines, missing flights and in some cases sleeping overnight in the airport.

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Top Pickpocket Locations London Subways

While London tops many traveler’s lists as one of their must-see cities to visit in Europe, certain London’s subway lines are tops with pickpockets.

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Women's Travel Essentials

Keep it light for peace of mind. Whether you’re packing, going out for a day of sight-seeing, or going out at night, you will want to keep it light.

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Warm Places for Winter Travel

POSTED November 5th 2015 BY Travel Writer
Hot Winter Escapes! Hello warm, hot or balmy winter escapes! This just might be the inspiration you need to plan and book a retreat from the winter blahs. Check when your passport expires Stay in the United States or venture to a more exotic local. If going outside of the US make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return...
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Top 10 Destinations for Winter Travel

POSTED November 4th 2015 BY Travel Writer
 Dreaming of a White Christmas? Here are a few of the top destinations this year for winter travel. Whether you enjoy winter sports or just being in a winter wonderland, these locations offer up a feast for your senses. The good news about traveling in the winter is that often airline rates and hotel rates are lower than in the busy summer months. Plan ahead...
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Travel Insurance – Read The Small Print Or You May Waste Your Money

POSTED November 4th 2015 BY Beth Williams
You’ve probably taken out a travel insurance policy on a previous trip, or you are considering the purchase of one for an up coming trip. You’re patting yourself on the back for doing the responsible thing, by taking out travel insurance. You think you’ve given both you and your loved ones the peace of mind knowing that if anything happens to go wrong you’re covered. Obviously,...
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Paris – Fake Petition Scam – Watch Video and Learn From A Victim

POSTED October 29th 2015 BY Beth Williams
Be Careful in Paris and Don’t Fall for the – Fake Petitioner Scam The fake petition scam has been going on in France, Italy, and Spain for years because it is so successful. It’s a scam many first time visitors fall for because it starts out as what appears to be a legitimate conversation with a friendly local. You should avoid like the plague. You...
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Stop Your Luggage From Being Lost, Tips from Frequent Flyers

POSTED October 28th 2015 BY Travel Writer
You’ve paid the extra fee to check your bag, losing it would add injury to insult.  Here’s what frequent flyers do help insure their checked bags also arrive at their destination. Tips to Prevent Lost Luggage Every year two million bags are lost, damaged, delayed, or pilfered, according to “mishandled baggage” reports made by the largest U.S. airlines to the Department of Transportation. The good...
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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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Halloween Safety Tips for Adults and Kids

POSTED October 20th 2015 BY Travel Writer
Halloween is fun, full of excitement and activity, and it’s easy to forget to engage in some common sense safety practices whether it’s trick-or-treating with the little goblins or going out with adults.  These simple and not so scary personal safety tips will help keep you safe this Halloween season.  At Home 1. Know who’s at your door. Keep yourself safe by not opening your...
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Halloween Traditions Around the World

POSTED October 20th 2015 BY Travel Writer
Mexico, Latin America, and Spain Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead honors the dead who are believed to return to their homes on Halloween, it combines Catholicism’s All Saints and All Souls Days with ancient Aztec rituals. Officially commemorated on November 2nd and is a three-day celebration beginning on October 31st.     Ireland Ireland is believed to be the birthplace of Halloween and...
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How To Get the Best Currency Exchange Rate

POSTED October 19th 2015 BY Travel Writer
What’s the Currency Exchange Rate – All I need to do is compare them against each other to get the best rate right? Most travelers think that as long as they know the exchange rates  – they can simply compare them from one currency exchange booth to another – and sometimes you’ll find several all in a row. But, when it comes to money changing,...
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RFID Pickpockets – Stop’em with RFID Blocking Gear

POSTED October 18th 2015 BY Beth Williams
You may think of a pickpocket as a person that bumps into you to steal your wallet, but now there’s a different kind of pickpocketing and it’s called electronic pickpocketing. How do RFID pickpockets work, and why can they be so devastating?  Tech-savvy RFID pickpockets – which are also known as “digital thieves” can now silently download your personal credit card information and ID data with handheld “skimming” devices...
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