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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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Wrinkle Resist Shirt Folder

POSTED January 27th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Travel shirt folder keeps dress shirts and casual shirts from scrunching up and wrinkling in your bag. Clever packing aid keeps shirts from wrinkling in your carry-on or checked bag. This shirt packer comes with the instructions printed on the board, so you’ll always have them handy. This lightweight travel shirt folder keeps up to 5 shirts from sliding and wrinkling in your luggage. There’s...
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Why You Need a Security Camera Strap

POSTED January 20th 2017 BY Beth Williams
Safe Guarding Your Camera with an Anti-Theft Camera Strap “Camera snatches,” or “cut and run” camera thefts, usually occur in tourist hot spots. Here are some suggestions for what you can do to make sure you return home with your valuable gear and memories. Camera Snatchers and Cut and Run Thefts Many travelers are aware that crowded tourist destinations are popular with pickpockets and other...
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Can You Fly If Your Driver’s License or ID Card Were Lost or Stolen?

POSTED January 17th 2017 BY Beth Williams
Contrary to popular belief, passengers 18 years of age or older are not automatically denied boarding if they cannot provide proper identification – they may still fly on domestic flights in the US, provided that they go through additional identity and security screening at the security checkpoint. This policy is specifically noted on the TSA’s website, at the page linked below. So the answer is...
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2 Best Travel Apps For 2017

POSTED January 13th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Technology and travel have merged together to bring you an easy and safe travel experience.  Safeture and Hitlist are two of the best travel apps for fast and easy travel information. Using the Safeture and Hitlist apps will ensure that you get the best flight prices as well as a secure trip. Start planning for your 2017 Travel Trips now using these two apps! Safeture Keeping...
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How to Save on Phone Data and Wi-Fi Costs Overseas

POSTED January 10th 2017 BY Beth Williams
If you don’t know by now, using your cell phone while traveling can send you to the poor house quickly, so how do you save on cell phone costs?  Stories of travelers receiving bills of several thousand dollars is not unheard of when they return home, simply because they did not do their research before they left.  Spend a few minutes understanding how your and...
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Pickpockets Don’t Always Look Like Criminals

POSTED January 1st 2017 BY Beth Williams
Many travelers think they know what pickpockets look like.  Typically they stereotype them as “shady characters” who  look like a crook.  While that is true for a small portion of the time, many times professional pickpockets go to great strides to blend into the crowd and area so their victims are not aware of them. To prove this point, police in Sterling Heights, Michigan have...
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50 New Year Traditions Around The World

POSTED December 15th 2016 BY Travel Writer
It’s a new year.. here we come ready or not! Check out this infographic of all the many traditions and ways people celebrate New Years around the world! Looking for new traditions? You might find some fun ones here. 50 New Year Traditions Around The World was last modified: December 29th, 2016 by Travel Writer
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Packing Tips & Advice to Pack Smart and Light

POSTED December 8th 2016 BY Travel Writer
Never Over-Pack Again- Advice to Pack Smart and Travel Light Follow these proven packing tips and advice from professional and frequent travelers. You’ll reduce your chances of over-packing or forgetting a must have item while keeping your bag as light as possible.  On your next trip take the time to pack ahead and not last minute so that you can follow the below packing advice....
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On-Board Theft – 10 Tips to Protect Valuables While You Snooze in the Sky

POSTED December 8th 2016 BY Beth Williams
Are Your Valuables Safe In Your Carry-On Bag? With all the other worries associated with air travel, the last thing you want to think about is theft on board airplanes. The people who steal from travelers’ carry-on bags are both airline employees (usually flight attendants) and fellow travelers. Unfortunately, theft from sleeping and unknowing passengers has been going on for years – while not extremely common, it only...
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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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