Posts Tagged “Travel”

This Wireless Headphone Adapter Is a Game-Changing Travel Gadget

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This Wireless Headphone Adapter Is a Game-Changing Travel Gadget

Your expensive, noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones are completely worthless if you can’t connect them, and if you’re trying to watch an in-flight movie, a 3.5mm jack is typically your only option. The Wireless Flight Adapter from RHA is designed to get you out of that jam, with the ability to broadcast a Bluetooth 5 signal from traditional jack…

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Travelling abroad? Would you buy travel cover from insurance company or airlines

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Travelling abroad? Would you buy travel cover from insurance company or airlines

It is summer time and many of us would like to fly abroad to international vacations on holidays. Travelling abroad especially with family members has its own share of risks but there are travel insurance plans that come handy before packing bags for the offshore locations. Make sure you have a comprehensive travel insurance policy…

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No travel for Grantville city officials without council approval

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No travel for Grantville city officials without council approval

Grantville city officials will have to get approval from the city council to travel at city expense, effective July 1, no matter what type of event they will be attending. The council made the decision at its last meeting, 3 to 1. Councilmembers Jim Sells, Alan Wacaser and Mark King voted in favor of the…

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Amazon’s Belkin Gold Box has must-have travel accessories from $7

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Amazon’s Belkin Gold Box has must-have travel accessories from $7

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon is taking 20% off Belkin power accessories. Deals start at $7.19 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders of $25+. Our top pick is Belkin’s 3-outlet 2.1A USB Surge Protector for $12.69. As a comparison, it originally sold for $20 and typically is listed at $18 via retailers like…

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How to become a travel writer?

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How to become a travel writer?

Do you love travelling and want to make a career in travel writing? In modern days, travel literature has increasingly emerged as a legitimate field. People are curious to know about various cultures and the diversities of it and hence this could be an interesting field of career for you. Different types of travel writing…

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Top 10 American Cities for Family-Friendly Travel

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Top 10 American Cities for Family-Friendly Travel

Travel is a wonderful way to reconnect with family. It gives parents the chance to catch-up and touch base with the kids, and children can go on an awesome adventure and be reminded that their folks are actually pretty cool after all. While destinations like New York, Washington and Disneyland Park tend to get the…

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15 must have travel gadgets

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15 must have travel gadgets

Whether you’ve found a cheap holiday deal or are heading off on an important business trip, packing a few handy gadgets can help make your trip run much more smoothly. From waterproof cameras for underwater scuba shots to practical luggage organisers for on-the-go essentials, check out our guide to the best gadgets on the market. Business travel gadgets…

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Best Cities For Business Travel In South America, 2019

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Best Cities For Business Travel In South America, 2019

Extending from the frosty ice sheets of Chile right to Cartagena’s Caribbean coast, South America is a goliath continent. The diverse nations in this beautiful continent are brimming with cities waiting to be discovered by the masses. Some are colonial, while others are cosmopolitan; some are staggering, while some have an increasingly raffish appeal to…

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The best travel gadgets for your 2019 adventures

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The best travel gadgets for your 2019 adventures

Thinking of seeing the world in 2019? Whether you enjoy walking through the mountains or spending a night on the town, these travel gadgets should improve your vacation. What are the best destinations to visit in 2019? Admire the architecture of Puebla, Mexico; find spiritual enlightenment in Agra, India; or explore the rugged South Atlantic island…

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AAA expects higher than usual holiday travel numbers

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AAA expects higher than usual holiday travel numbers

LOS ANGELES, Ca. (WTAJ) — Tens of millions of Americans will celebrate this Memorial Day weekend away from home. AAA expects this year to be one of the busiest ever for holiday travelers.  Nearly 43-million Americans are expected to travel over the Memorial Day weekend, the highest number for the holiday since 2005. According to…

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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Travel Gifts That Hit It Out of the Park

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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Travel Gifts That Hit It Out of the Park

Baseball fans are a passionate lot. Whether they’re traveling around the world or around the block to a doubleheader, here are some great gifts that will keep them in the game – and make you feel like you hit a home run. The Classics Card Case from Fielder’s Choice This beautiful leather card case is…

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It’s Time for Vacation Planning. The Best Travel Accessories for Your Next Trip.

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It’s Time for Vacation Planning. The Best Travel Accessories for Your Next Trip.

Summer is fast approaching and you know what that means. It’s time to throw caution to the wind, take that vacation you’re in desperate need of and forget all the rules. But you might want to hold off on letting your alter ego out until after you’ve arrived at your destination because there’s no greater…

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Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

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Travel Gadgets To Take On Your Next Vacation

Scrubba is basically your very own portable litle washing machine! All it takes is a couple liters of water, a little washing liquid, and 3 minutes, making it faster and cheaper than desperately trying to find a laundromat. Ostrich Pillow Ostrich Pillow | $98 AMAZON It may look a little silly, but you’ll thank me later!…

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Author Michael Pollan on food, travel and identity

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Author Michael Pollan on food, travel and identity

Writer, activist and food guru Michael Pollan continues to explore the relationship between human identity and plants. His most recent book, How to Change Your Mind, argues that psychedelics, like travel, can feed both the body and soul. Over interviews from his wood-lined Northern California home study, the author of classics like The Omnivore’s Dilemma and In Defense…

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