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Surviving Flight Delays

Long LayoversLong LayoversWhen I look for ways to add excitement to my travel, flight delays and missed connections rarely top my list...

How to Choose a Cruise Ship Cabin on Your Next Cruise

which balcony works for youI’m a big fan of cruising but I won’t cruise unless I can get a balcony cabin – back of the ship is my preference. If you, like us, prefer to see the ocean or sniff the salty air while sipping your morning coffee or nightcap ...

Traveler’s Diarrhea: What You Need to Know

Whether you call it Montezuma's revenge, Turkey trot or Delhi belly, traveler’s diarrhea can take your great vacation and flush it down the toilet faster than a easily solved flight frustration ...

Cruise Ship Workouts for Fitness Junkies

walk or run a few laps before dinnerTurns out opportunities are everywhere on a cruise ship if you know how to spot them and get a little creative with your cardio. And yes, with a great pair of running shoes you can get in an awesome workout while floating at sea ...

How to Find a Great Hotel in a City You've Never Visited

pick the attractions you want to seeIf you only had 48 hours to explore Rome, what would you do? From the Trevi Fountain, Coliseum, Vatican, grand churches, museums, ancient history galore – there’s so much to see in Rome. Where do you stay? What do you focus on?

See-it-All-Touring or Destination Vacation?

what part of the Mediterranean to visit??Have you ever began a vacation search to an unfamiliar destination? Tried to understand a new geography, a new culture and how to get around not knowing the language? Been torn to decide if you take an overview vacation or a deep dive ...

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