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Things to do in San Diego for any Group

Things to do in San Diego for any Group For the drive-through leisure squads looking to kill a day on the west coast, there’s just as much to do here for you as there is for the team building corporate group, retirement getaway party-goers, or family reunion...
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Faith Friendly Group Trips

Faith Friendly Group Trips Exploring your beliefs with a youth group or church group means embarking on a journey together that could change your lives. Whether your passion is ministry or your mission is knowledge, we have selected some of our most popular experiences available across the nation...
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6 Tips for a Healthy Flight

6 Tip for a Healthy FlightIf you or your travel group are headed home or beyond by airplane, then this article is for you! With the outbreak of hair-raising viruses and the onslaught of flu season, how is it possible to not come in contact with sick...
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Think Warm Thoughts

Think Warm ThoughtsThe first day of winter has officially come to pass, and that means we are really in for it now! Thanks to the National Weather Service the news has already spread that Christmas for many in the U.S. could include heavy rains, significant wind...
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How to Pack for Your First Cruise

HOW TO PACK FOR YOUR FIRST CRUISEEvery member of a group about to embark on their first cruise together will usually be made up of those that have braved the open seas, and those that arrive in a bundle of nerves and way over packed. But...
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15 Tips to Pack like a Pro

Packing Like a ProWhen tour groups prepare for their getaways it can be easy to think you’ll need much more than one single, solitary suitcase. But reducing the risk of lost baggage, more weight to carry and the possibility of additional fees is simple to achieve...
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10 Hotels with the Spirit of Christmas

Christmas Hotels The holidays have arrived again but money never sleeps. If your corporate group is on the road or in the air headed to a conference or new opportunity, you can still infuse the Christmas spirit into your trip at any of these fine establishments! The...
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Travel Friendly Energy Bars: Recipes for Everyone

Travel Friendly Energy Bar RecipesNot all energy bars are created equal, and unless you can decipher what’s on the labels, chances are you could be making better choices. Whether you’re crammed in a car, on a plane or aboard a train, you don’t have to be an...
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A Very Florida Christmas

A Very Floriday ChristmasWith the holidays upon us, many people are dreaming of warmer weather to accompany their festivities. There’s the flight delays, the hazards of driving on slippery roads, the misery of stuffy noses, tissue piles and then some. But what if we could trade...
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Traveling With Disabilities

Traveling with Disabilities Fortunately, in the past few years, the travel industry has become more accessible for all types of people, including those with disabilities. However, you can never be certain if a hotel is going to have large enough doorways for a wheelchair, or if a...
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America’s Most Beautiful Public Gardens

America's Most Beautiful Public GardensWe may be closing in on winter, but that doesn't mean your love for botany has to leave for the season. The United States has some of the most beautiful public gardens in the world, many of which are free of cost. Here...
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The Best Small Towns in America

The best small towns in AmericaWhen many think of classic Americana ideals, they think of the picturesque small town. With all the hustle and bustle of daily life in the new Millennium, you may find it hard to believe that these quaint types of towns still even...
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