Holiday Travel Time Has Arrived! Need A Packing Tip?

“Nothing’s worse than a stressful day of travel. By definition, your vacation should be as chill as possible. The last thing you want to do is overpack. After all, a giant bag will put a wrench in the whole easygoing-stroll-through-the-streets-of-Havana thing. But if you’re going to be away for more than a short weekend, you’ll need […]

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Get Spooked This Halloween In The Big Easy!

Ready to be spooked? #NewOrleans’ long history has left some #spirits behind making it one of the nation’s most haunted cities. This October, explore the paranormal side of the Big Easy. Book your last minute #vacation with us now and really experience #Halloween! Suggested stays- The Bourbon Orleans Hotel is a notable haunted hotel in […]

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Homeland Security Gives States a Pass on Real IDs

Concerns that travelers from New York and three other states would need to use passports instead of driver’s licenses as airport ID have been postponed, at least temporarily. With a 2016 deadline approaching and four states plus American Samoa still not in compliance with the new minimum standards of the federal Real ID system, the […]

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Welcome to National Plan A Cruise Month!

October is National Plan a Cruise Month and the cruise industry is celebrating by launching #CruiseSmile, a simple and exciting chance to win one of 31 cruise vacations from 23 different cruise lines awarded each day, from October 1 through October 31, 2015. All you have to do is enter the daily #CruiseSmile Sweepstakes for […]

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TSA Ends Free Passes to Airport Pre-Check Lines

“The TSA pulled the plug on its controversial but traveler-friendly Managed Inclusion Program, which allowed frequent travelers to use the PreCheck security lines at airports without paying the fee. The Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck Managed Inclusion program is now officially phased out from all airports nationwide. TSA had been allowing passengers deemed “low-risk” to use […]

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