Cheapest Way to Plan a Trip to Las Vegas

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Ready to take a trip to Las Vegas? Don’t want to spend more money than you absolutely need to? Here are some tips for the cheapest way to plan a trip to Las Vegas.

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Tips To Choose Suitable Travel Luggage When Going On Vacation

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Traveling is exciting but it can be pretty stressful. There are many things that you have to plan and the last thing you want to see is being faced with luggage that is lost. One of the big problems that often appears is not taking into account the fact that something bad can happen with travel luggage. We are used to protecting our vehicles with something like the Good Sam extended service plan and we know that we have to take our medication with us but do we know how to choose great travel luggage? Here are some tips to help you make the best possible choice.

Backpack Or Suitcase?

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Visit These 6 Beautiful Prairie Province Natural Areas Soon

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Geography is destiny. Most Canadians live within 100 miles of the U.S. border, and the population isn’t even close to evenly distributed within that cozy strip. Canada’s marine banana belts — southwestern British Columbia, the Atlantic provinces, the shores of the Great Lakes — host Canada’s biggest cities and densest stretches of countryside. Out in the middle of the country, even the southernmost counties have plenty of breathing room. The three Prairie Provinces — Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta — have vast stretches of uninhabited wilderness just waiting to be explored. These six beautiful spots, in particular, are worth a day or more of your time. [Read more…]

Beginner’s Guide to Traveling on a Budget

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One of the biggest barriers to travel is the cost. Depending on your starting point, the cost of getting to your destination can be pricey enough to prevent you from being able to enjoy your destination once you’re actually there. 

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Tips for Staying Safe While Traveling

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Vacations are a great time to relax, unwind and have fun with the family, but it’s not a time to forget our surroundings. Crime happens everywhere, so you shouldn’t completely let your guard down during vacation. There’s no need to stress, but you can take a few safety measures to ensure your family stays safe and makes great memories while traveling. 

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Exploring St. Louis, MO – What to See and Do

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The Best Places To Visit In St. Louis Missouri


St. Louis, Missouri is a sensational destination for families, couples and individuals. The Gateway Arch beckons travelers to explore the lush parks, vibrant gardens and exceptional museums. The unique shops, delicious restaurants and numerous attractions combine to make this one city nobody should miss. [Read more…]

Why It’s Not Too Early to Plan a Winter Getaway Plus Tips and Planning Advice

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While most people are still enjoying the lazy, hazy, warm days of summer, for others they are already thinking ahead to their next holiday. There are always going to be those travellers who prefer to do everything last minute, and maybe that may work out for them, but not everyone likes to leave things until the last possible moment. By doing this, you risk not being able to get the flights, accommodation, pricing, and even the travel dates you really want. This is where planning ahead can really pay off.

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5 Best Gap Year Gift Ideas #GiftIdeas #GapYear

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Many young adults now-a-days take what is called a Gap Year. In essence, instead of going right into college after graduating high school, one takes a year off to travel, explore and find themselves before returning to a traditional schedule of school or work.

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