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Tuesday Tip: Get Thee to Baltimore

Washington, DC, gets millions of visitors each year. Virtually none of those visitors make the 35-mile trip to DC’s northern neighbor, Baltimore. This is understandable, as tourists might not have access to a car or, if they do, can’t manage the traffic on I-95. 142 more words


Travel Tip: Abandon Ship!

When traveling, I know that I can accumulate a lot of useless things. For example I like to take home maps from the cities I visit, but they only end up in my travel drawer to ultimately be thrown away or used as book covers. 321 more words

What the Heck do you do with a Butler?

Now you frequently hear about resorts and cruise ships having butlers. I get questioned often on what would I do with a butler. After talking to many I find out they are a great perk to have. 139 more words

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Travel Tip of the Week - August 29, 2014

Friday (el viernes) – Traveling abroad or viajando al extranjero en español doesn’t require an extensive knowledge of formal commands and so a few basics should suffice.  67 more words

Computer-assisted Language Learning

How To Recover From Air Travel

Step 1

Schedule meetings at your destination based on the time zone from which you are departing. If you live on the West Coast and have a meeting in New York, set the meeting for 1:00 p.m., which would be 10:00 a.m. 385 more words


Earning Miles

JetBlue Airways came in tops followed by Southwest and Alaska airlines in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014-15 rankings of airline rewards programs released Tuesday. The magazine looked at ticket prices, how easy it is to earn rewards, and the number of flights an airline operates in assessing the top 10 frequent-flier programs. 237 more words


James Read’s Tan Maximiser is your answer to maintaining the perfect bronzed glow whether natural or faux. Use before vacation to stimulate your skin’s natural melanin and escalate how quickly you tan – or use it post-getaway to extend the life of your golden tone with the help of Acetyl Tyrosine and the botanical ingredient Monk’s Pepper.