Heather Leigh Carroll
If you feel like your life is quickly passing by, sit down and make a plan to enjoy a midlife road trip. Rick Griffin and Sandi McKenna of MidlifeRoadTrip take time to share their experiences and tips for tackling your travel bucket list.
Take vacation photos that look like they came out of a travel magazine. Gary Arndt, award-winning travel photographer, takes time to share his tips to help amateur photographers take amazing travel photographs.
This holiday season, make plans to get away and relax at one of many all-inclusive resorts. These resorts help take the stress out of vacation planning and will help offer you an exciting holiday getaway.
Escape from the cold winter weather by heading south (or to a tropical island) for a winter getaway.
Gather your skiing equipment and make plans to tackle some of Colorado’s finest ski resorts.
Experience Christmas like you’ve never experienced it before by packing your bags and heading off to one of the best holiday celebrations in the country.
Here are some tips to help you tolerate and entertain those last-minute house guests you were not expecting.
The holidays are a time when everyone plans to travel. Not only are travelers going to visit family, but they are looking for a getaway from their daily routines. That is why this time of year is one of the most expensive times to travel. However, traveling during this time of year does not have to break the bank.
It does not matter if travelers fly, drive, take the bus or go by train, there are different things they can do to lessen the stress of traveling during the holidays.
Celebrating Thanksgiving might be a difficult thing to do, especially if you have to travel abroad during the holiday. However, with a few simple changes and a little bit of adjusting, it is still possible to make Thanksgiving enjoyable for you and others wherever you are.
Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
There are many concerns when planning to travel alone, including your own personal safety. However, with a little bit of planning and a lot of common sense, your upcoming vacation alone can be just as safe as walking around your hometown.