Winter In The Park

Time to Plan Winter Travel

Sunny summer days are slowly coming to an end, but thankfully, the beautiful weather lingers. While enjoying weekend barbecues, lunch time walks, or rounds of golf, it can be easy to forget that winter is just around the corner! Colder weather and hectic holidays may not be on your mind yet, but there’s an important reason to flip a couple of months ahead on your calendar…now is the best time to plan your winter travel! Plan Early Early planning is ideal, especially if you’d like to travel over the winter holidays or during school breaks. Flights and resorts usually fill up…
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Traveling with Pets

It can be hard to part with our four-legged friends when we go on vacation, and traveling with pets is becoming more common. In fact, a study by AAA and Best Western International reported that more than half of U.S. travelers take their cats and dogs on vacation with them. However, keeping our canine and feline family members comfortable and safe during travel requires a little extra planning. These tips will help the trip go as smoothly as possible for the pet and its humans! Tips for Traveling by Car Taking a test drive or two before a long road trip…
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The “Don’ts” of Flying

While flying isn’t quite as glamorous as it was during the golden age of air travel, you can still feel like a star upon arrival. Feel refreshed and in vacation mode when you follow these “don’ts of flying” for etiquette and self-care during your flight. The next time you fly: Don’t sit for the entire flight. Stand up, stretch, and walk a bit each hour of your flight to prevent blood clots and provide some relief to your back, legs, and muscles. A lumbar support pillow can also prevent a sore back upon arrival. Don’t zone out during the safety…
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All About Sargassum

Sargassum is a brown seaweed that forms island-like floating masses that drift and wash ashore on beaches around eastern Mexico and the Caribbean. In 2018, the seagrass made a big impact on many destinations, but with the current cycle of ripe conditions for its growth, sargassum is most likely here to stay. The sargassum bloom is a situation that is in the hands of Mother Nature. The unpredictability of spread can cause varying conditions day by day, and sometimes even hour by hour. But like any act of nature that can affect travel plans, flexibility and understanding ensures your next…
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The 5 Love Languages While Traveling

In the book The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, author and counselor Gary Chapman outlines the five ways in which individuals prefer to show and experience love. From romantic love, to friendships, to interactions with coworkers, knowing how to best express gestures of love and appreciation has proven to be a strong tool for improving relationships. First, discover which Love Language you are with this simple quiz! How can you incorporate the five love languages while traveling and enjoying a trip with the special people in your life? Here are a few ideas: Words of Affirmation…
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