There’s absolutely no way you can see all there is to see in London in a day. But, if your time is limited, here are some ideas to make the most of precious hours in one of the world’s great cities.
Archive | March, 2013
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The federal government’s sequester budget cuts may soon affect airports across the country. Here are a few things travelers can do to handle the changes.
One facet of travel insurance many people don’t consider is the huge benefit of buying a policy within 14 days of making your major trip purchases. When you do this, you are eligible for both a pre-existing condition waiver and cancel-for-any-reason coverage.
There are many sound, common-sense reasons to product your travel investment and yourself no matter how old — or young — you are.
Even for the seasoned traveler, a cruise is a different kind of travel experience. And, to make sure that the first cruise you choose is also a good fit for you, here are a few “proper prior planning” questions to ask that will, hopefully, guide you toward the right decisions.
Medical evacuation when traveling isn’t needed very often. But, when it is and the traveler isn’t insured for it, the result can be financially devastating.
With so many spectacular destinations to choose from in America’s national park system, a few wonderful destinations are often overlooked in discussions and ultimately in vacation plans. What are some of these very under-appreciated parks—the places that, while not as well known, are well worth the journey?
Where you purchase your insurance can have a huge impact on the quality of coverage you get and the amount you pay for it. And, as with many other important buying decisions, it makes absolute sense to take a few minutes to comparison shop.
Will the Sequester budget cuts lead to the long wait times and other major inconveniences in ports and airports that some Federal officials are predicting? We don’t think so.
Surveys repeatedly confirm that we are usually safer in most popular destinations than we are in our own hometowns. But American tourists, unsure of themselves in foreign lands, remain prime targets for scammers, and it’s always good to keep an eye out for certain activities. Here are a few scams that—no matter where you travel […]