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Insider Tips From Disney VIP Tours Guide

What’s the secret to a day jam-packed with wonder and magic, and blissfully free of the stresses typical of theme parks? Three words: Disney VIP Tours. The day began with breakfast on the Serengeti, and ended with a spectacular fireworks display over Epcot’s World Showcase Lagoon.  In between, I went on a Kilimanjaro Safari in […] Read more

The Perfected Family Travel Packing List

It gets easier to come up with a packing list for a summer-long cross-country road trip when you’ve done it a few times. I have a pretty good idea of what I will actually use, and what will clutter up the car. The first time I took the kids on my own across the USA, […] Read more

Flight to India – Luxury in the Economy Aisle

No one looks forward to a fourteen hour flight; for many families, this is a real deal-breaker. A fear of flying keeps some folks grounded, but others worry that they won’t survive the long, tedious hours spent on a cramped airplane with their own children. Now while I won’t suggest that the United Airlines flight […] Read more

Traveling to India Checklist

In the days before a major trip, I tend to be more absent minded than usual. Which might explain why I found myself at a bathroom sink, next to a burly man, in the men’s room at Newark  Liberty International Airport in Newark, NJ. All summer long, I’ve been away from home on a road […] Read more

Travel Tips for Cars Land Theme Park at Disney California Adventure

If you’ve been waiting for crowds to subside to check out Cars Land, the new Disney attraction in California Adventure at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA – then wait no more. Open just in time for the busy summer season, many travelers are being warned to avoid the popular Disney Pixar film inspired amusement park until […] Read more

Travels with my Dogs: Catering to Canines

We all love our dogs. They are the friendly companions who put up with our every mood; the true blue friends who don’t desert us in our darkest hour; the warmth at the bottom of the bed that keeps our toes warm. So why do we so often leave them home when we travel? More […] Read more

Probiotics are Your Friend: Preventing Travelers Diarrhea

Few things are less fun on a family trip than a bout of traveler’s diarrhea. Given estimates that 20 to 60 percent of travelers can be afflicted, odds are that sooner or later someone in your party will end up with digestive difficulties. Travel can have enough variables and potential headaches, so I began the […] Read more

Travel Deal: New York CityPASS Saves Nearly Half Off a Visit to Popular Landmarks

CityPASS, the ticket booklet program to popular tourist attractions in major U.S. cities – including New York, Atlanta, Houston, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, or Hollywood – saves 46 percent off combined admission to six top New York City attractions. In January, Travel + Leisure magazine released its first-ever reader survey of the […] Read more

Travel Tips On What To Do When Bumped From Flight

The best way to deal with being bumped from a flight depends on when you need to get to your destination. Sometimes being bumped is a good thing. Mark Orwoll, senior contributing editor at Travel + Leisure Magazine, takes you through the basics of bumping with advice for those who want to avoid getting bumped, […] Read more

Travel Tips: How to Get Around Boston

More on Boston from AOL Travel, this time showing the best ways to get around. More to come […] Read more

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