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Items Travel Pros Always Bring Along on Trips

POSTED August 6th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Experienced travelers tend to pack light. The less they bring, the easier their luggage is to lug around…and the better their odds of avoiding airline checked-bag fees. So when a road warrior says that he/she won’t travel without an item, that’s usually something worth ­bringing. ­ Bottom Line Personal recently asked travel experts to name an item or two that always accompanies them on their journeys....
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4 Ways to Earn a Flight Upgrade  

POSTED July 27th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Everyone loves an upgrade, especially when embarking on a long flight. While you won’t get to your destination any faster, the extra seat space, legroom, and food can make flying a much more pleasant experience. There are several ways to get that upgrade to first or business class. Loyalty Loyalty is the best way and our most suggested way to earn a flight upgrade. Many...
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Car Security Tips

POSTED June 23rd 2017 BY Beth Williams
Your car can practically be your home away from home whether you drive for business or leisure. Therefore, you will want to take some precautions to protect it and your possessions inside. Ideally, you wouldn’t leave anything valuable at all in your car, but the reality of life is that your car is going to serve as much like a safe deposit box or a storage...
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Do you sleep with the hotel balcony door open? Read this before you do it next time

POSTED June 14th 2017 BY Travel Writer
We have all stayed at hotels that have a nice balcony overlooking the ocean or the city. We do so because it adds to the ambiance, or maybe just to cool down the room.  But how safe is it to sleep with the balcony door open. Most travelers who think about this subject turn their thoughts to hotel rooms on the first floor, where it...
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Create an “Emergency Passport Kit”

POSTED June 8th 2017 BY Beth Williams
It is a traveler’s worst nightmare: you can’t find your passport and you’re a foreign country. Is it lost, or was it stolen? Either way, you and your trip could be in a world of hurt.  In order to help deal with this gut-wrenching situation,  you need to create an “Emergency Passport Kit” before you go on your next international trip. While the actual procedures for getting...
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Travel Tips: Speed through TSA Airport Lines with These Hacks

POSTED May 18th 2017 BY Travel Writer
The amount of travelers is up and so are the wait times to get through the TSA security lines. If you don’t leave enough time to get through security checkpoints you stand a good chance of missing flights and in some cases sleeping overnight in the airport. Recent news headlines are full of record numbers of passengers in the U.S., coupled with a 10% reduction...
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