Far From A Downhill Struggle! Enjoying A Skiing Vacation

For a lot of us, skiing is an acquired taste, and contrary to popular belief, you don’t really need to be a professional skier to enjoy traipsing up and down a mountain. But, if you don’t have the basics in place, it can be very difficult to enjoy your skiing vacation. What should you have in place to make sure that you’re skiing vacation is as enjoyable as it can be?
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7 Artful Tips to Make Your Business Trip a Success

Contributed by Lizzie Weakley

It seems that business travel is going to be spiking in a short while. This means traveling is going to become a regular activity for you more than it is now. Trouble is that business travel is usually a little dull, but it does not have to be with the following seven artful tips to make your travels a bit more interesting.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About New York City

Contributed by Jill White

New York City is one of the most famous cities on earth, and draws literally millions of people within its city limits each year. It is understandable why so many people would love to come to New York City. Not only are there incredible events, like New Year’s Eve in Times Square, but there are an incredible amount of things to do in the city, including Broadway, sports teams, museums, and historical monuments that make it, quite possibly, the most unique city on earth. This doesn’t even cover such things as Wall Street, the United Nations, or the site of 9/11.
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What to Do about a Child Injury While Traveling

When you’re traveling with the family, one of your children suffering an injury can feel like a complete nightmare. You’re away from all of your regular healthcare providers, you’re not sure where to go for the best care, and you may be worried about your insurance options. Thankfully, there are some steps you can take to make this type of unexpected emergency a little less nerve-wracking. Read the following list before traveling to make sure you’re prepared to handle any child injuries that may occur while you’re traveling.

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10 Spots Not to Miss In Seattle

Contributed by Amanda Thompson

Seattle is a place for people who like good coffee, music, and art. Besides, the city is very green due to the presence of lush trees. There are many must-see places beginning with famous buildings and finishing with extraordinary ballet shows. It’s definitely one of the best places to see in the North-West region of America.

What to Do in Seattle? Just check these places out:

  1. Space Needle

This is one of the most iconic structures of Seattle where you can observe the territory 360 degrees. It is 605 feet place to visit and have a wonderful view of Seattle, Mt. Rainier, the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, and Puget Sound. Also, you can have a fine meal there.

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5 Best Places to Celebrate the New Year

Many people are beginning to explore destinations where they can mark the beginning of yet another year as New Year’s Eve fast approaches. For some, a quiet and reserved place will do the trick for family gatherings while for the party goers, they need a street full of entertainment.

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The Best Christmas Destinations

Contributed by Rebecca Brown

Christmas time – the most important holiday season in the western world – offers a myriad of great travel destinations all with their own authentic Christmas moods. Some are classics, some are cosmopolitan, some are even tropical; also, there may be a destination which enables you to spend some time with Santa in his very own homeland.

Which one is which? Let’s find out.
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7 Must Haves For All The Travel Junkies


In this modern era, everything has changed. Though the time is changed and everything has gone much better. Technology is now upgraded and is according to the needs of a person. But to get facilities such as latest technology including phones, electronics, washing machines and fridge you must earn money. Nowadays people have to work hard so that they can earn enough money to buy all the technologies. They have to earn money so that they can pay the tuition fee for their children and younger siblings. You must have enough money to pay all your bills and to even renovate your house. You need to earn enough amount so that you can remain with the time and can pay for all of your monthly expenditures.
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What’s Best? Solo, Friend Or Family Travel?

Contributed by Lily Kaligian

It’s great if you’ve got the choice between solo, friend or family travel. But deciding on the type of trip that will work best for you can be tricky. Much will depend on how well you get on with friends and family and how much you enjoy your own company. You’ll also have to consider what you hope to get out of the trip. If you’re still undecided, take a look at our list of pros and cons for each type of travel:
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5 Ways in Which Travel Changes Your Life

Contributed by Camilla Dabney

There are endless benefits to travel. It’s fun to spend a new someplace new, but if you’re really making the most of that trip, you’re getting a lot more than momentary excitement. Traveling, particularly to places that are much different from the place you call home, can write on the slate of who you are. A lot of the things you think and feel while you’re away will change the way you think and feel when you finally return. These changes can make you a better, stronger person.
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