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Tip #1: Spend $2 on a reusable water bottle now and you can avoid wasting $20 every 4 hours on water in your travel. When you’re traveling you will get thirsty, FAST! You will be walking and the folks who sell water know this, and will charge you X10 as more. Also hotel water is mega expensive. So. Invest on a reusable water. Tip #2: Go to a grocery Store before you head out. Hotel Food is...


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What Makes a Traveler Expert? To make the best of your trip, You do not need to be a Travel Expert. That being said, professional road masters like The Travel Experts®at Luggage Factory have a few tips to make you a travel master. First, learn as much of the language of the country as you can before you travel, even slang. Its not realistic to expect to speak the language of the place you are...


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ravel Quotes are all over the internet and ,for the most part, they are worn out cliches. but every so often, some of them offer genuine wisdom and advice.

"To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about Other Countries " - Aldous Huxley
This Quote by English writer, novelist, philosopher, and globetrotter Aldous Huxley reminds travelers than, when they visit a new country, they must forgo...


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January 20, 2017 is that day that the 45thPresident of the United States will be sworn into office in Washington, DC. While tickets to many events are either gone, or difficult to obtain, it’s not too late to make last minute plans to attend. Many hotels in DC and the surrounding area still have space available, albeit at “special event” rates (translation: expensive!) Even so, if you’ve always...


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The recent incident at Fort Lauderdale International Airport demonstrates the need to always be prepared for the unexpected. While it’s sad that we need to anticipate the worst when we travel, living in the 21st century has shown that senseless attacks can happen at any time, anywhere, whether they are due to terrorism or just random acts of violence. Of course, having to plan for this type of...