When it comes to travel preparation, people usually think of packing their things and arranging transportation, but there is so much more to it. In fact, there’s one very important thing that most travel prep checklists tend to gloss over and that’s securing the home.
Keeping your home secure is something that should really go without saying but each and every year more and more homes are broken into while people are on vacation. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to protect your home from burglary while Continue reading
With the economic situation still uncertain a lot of people don’t think they can afford to travel. For many travelers, accommodations account for the biggest travel expense. However, they also offer the greatest opportunity for saving, especially if you’re willing to rethink a little what it means to travel. If you can forgo the luxury resort you might find yourself on the vacation of a lifetime.
As most seasoned travelers will tell you, after a while traveling becomes less about seeing sites and more about connecting and learning. There are several ways to save; some are even free. Perhaps more importantly, Continue reading
While there are alternatives to driving yourself to the airport, public transportation isn’t always available or pratical, and taxis can be very expensive and still can’t guarantee to get you there ontime. If you take your car to the airport, chances are you’re all too familiar with the nightmare of airport parking. Driving round and round looking for an empty spot, or even worse the dreaded “lot full” signs, can be terrifying when you have a plane to catch. And the increasingly difficult airport security measures already mean that you have to get to the airport long before your flight. Fortunately, there are several ways to avoid the stress and reduce the time it takes to park.
The closest option is the parking offered on the airport grounds. However, even the lower cost long-term parking can be very expensive, ranging from $10-30 per day. In a time Continue reading