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8 gadgets to keep kids busy while traveling

8 gadgets to keep kids busy while traveling

June 4, 2012 ·

Travel Kiddy Kids Travel Journal: Ages 5+ Older kids can personally document their journey with this customizable journal. With pages for maps, favorite places, daily activities, and favorite events kids can create their own unique souvenir of their adventure. $10 Travelkiddy.com Me Vs. You: Head-to-Head Brain Races: Ages 8+ Getting there is half the fun—but [...]

How to afford summer travel to Europe

How to afford summer travel to Europe

April 15, 2012 · , ,

If you’ve put off a trip to Europe for a few years, consider 2012. The U.S. dollar is stronger against the Euro, making prices more affordable for Americans, and we’ve got six tips to help you find the value across Europe this summer. 1- Head to an off-the-beaten path location Ditch the crowds in major [...]

Europe travel: Best money-saving tips

Europe travel: Best money-saving tips

March 28, 2012 · , , ,

American travelers may have felt betrayed by their national currency over the past five years, but the dollar is finally gaining some ground. Its value against the euro increased 9.2 percent between January 2010 and January 2012. Pair a stronger dollar with unsteady European economies, as well as growing tourist markets and emerging destinations, and [...]

How to avoid that cramped seat

How to avoid that cramped seat

March 14, 2012 · , , ,

There you are, stuck in the middle seat again. This time you ended up in the row that doesn’t recline. The guy in front of you has leaned his seat all the way back, pushing the top of your laptop down just far enough to make it impossible to watch a video. You turn to [...]

7 ways to score airport lounge access

7 ways to score airport lounge access

March 13, 2012 · ,

When you’re waiting out a long airport layover, nothing seems more enticing than the airport lounge. With amenities such as free Wi-Fi, drinks, snacks and glossy magazines that you’ve never seen before (and may never see again), the lounges feel like the answer to most of your air travel annoyances; at the very least, they [...]

On Passport Day, no appointments necessary

On Passport Day, no appointments necessary

March 12, 2012 · ,

Need a passport or some extra pages for the one you’ve got? To show up at most of the country’s 25 regional passport agencies you typically need a weekday appointment, plans to travel within two weeks and an extra $60 for the expedite fee. But no appointments or travel plans are necessary this Saturday at [...]

Traveling with young children? Find a sitter in the sky

Traveling with young children? Find a sitter in the sky

March 7, 2012 · ,

Inspiration strikes when you least expect it, and last summer it hit Julie Melnick on a flight from Los Angeles to Florida. She struggled onto the plane with a car seat, her 2-year-old son and assorted carry-on bags, and then had a tough time enroute. “My child didn’t want to sit still and he needed [...]

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