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3 Simple Ways To Stay Active on Vacation

Delicious food that’s available all day long, lots of lounging by the pool, and an abundance of alcohol are three things can sabotage the vacations of the physically fit.  Here are three ways to keep moving on vacation, whether you’re on land or out at sea. Take the Stairs Many resorts have elevators, but using the stairs to go to and from your room logs a more steps on the fitness tracker and gets the blood pumping. On cruise ships, set a goal for yourself like the “four deck rule” and only take the elevator when you need to ascend…
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Tips for Traveling with Food Allergies

Concerns about traveling with food allergies shouldn’t keep you from planning a vacation. Everyone deserves a chance to explore the world! Still, keep in mind that some destinations will be more accommodating than others. Let’s talk about any food allergies up front so we can do our research and plan ahead with you. Airlines, hotels and tour operators have made strides in terms of meal options, even if they aren’t always advertised. Sometimes, all you have to do is ask! If you’re traveling with food allergies, we have a few peace-of-mind precautions. You’ll enjoy your trip and stay safe! 1….
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10 Quick Tips for Traveling with Kids

It’s spring break season, which means kids are enjoying time off from school and families are heading across or out of the country to visit relatives, sightsee, or relax. Before you embark on your vacation, we have a few tips for traveling with kids. Let Them Help: Involve kids in planning decisions, have them write their own packing lists, or assign them something to carry during the trip. Pack It Up: Start your packing list as soon as you book your trip, and add items immediately when they cross your mind. An electronic version or list app make it easy…
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Save Money on Your Spring Break Escape

If Punxsutawney Phil predicts six more weeks of winter on February 2, there’s no need to grumble…sunny skies and sandy beaches are just a quick plane ride away! If you haven’t started planning yet, put down that snow shovel and make your reservations for a spring break escape with these money-saving tips in mind.  1. Book ASAP. College kids aren’t the only ones heading south during spring break, and airlines have taken note of the increased demand, especially on peak travel days. The closer you book to spring break, the higher the fares will be. With travel booming once again, availability…
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6 Reasons to Work With a Travel Agent

Travel agents are passionate about helping others see the world, and using our knowledge, skills and connections to make travel planning straightforward and stress-free. As adventurers who also love planning our own trips, we know that there are fewer things more precious than vacation time spent with family and friends! We know that many travelers still have questions about working with us to plan their trips. Here are six ways that consulting our team will make your next vacation unforgettable: 1. Expert GuidanceWe have both the knowledge and firsthand experience to help you decide which destination, cruise line, or resort is…
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