How to Handle Travel Emergencies

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Travel involves numerous moving parts – flights, accommodations, itineraries – any of which can come undone with an unexpected obstacle. Recent weeks brought about snowstorms and virus outbreaks, and you probably didn’t foresee any of them when you initially booked your vacation. Depending on where you live and where you’re going, these events can affect […]

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 Avoid Mosquito Bites In 3 Easy Steps

A mosquito sitting on yellow wall indoor. Extreme close-up.

If you’ve been watching the news, you’ve heard about Zika, a mosquito borne virus and its link to birth defects. For women who are pregnant or are trying to become pregnant, travel to Zika-affected areas is not recommended. If you find you must travel to affected areas, or you just don’t want any red, itchy […]

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 Keep the Good Times Rolling on Vacation with These 10 Tabletop Games

Extended Family Group Playing Board Game At Home

You’re going to have your fun on vacation from sightseeing, trying new experiences or by getting some much-needed relaxation. Who says the pleasure has to end after you return to your condo? Once you’re resting up for the next day and the family is all gathered, break out the board games or playing cards to […]

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 41 Percent of Americans Didn’t Take a Vacation in 2015?!

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Please let that headline be a typo. Were they not Vacation Quest members or was it something else? According to a survey from Skift, 41 percent of Americans said they didn’t take a single vacation day. That’s about the same number from the same survey in 2014! We’re both shocked and a little disheartened.

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