If you've recently been diagnosed with a food allergy or condition requiring dietary restrictions, you might be feeling like your travel days are over. With a little prep and planning, this doesn't have to be the case.Read Full Story
Whether you are traveling with toddlers or teens, it is important to be prepared with games, technology and activities — a travel kit, if you will — to help keep them entertained and happy while you are heading to your destination. We chatted with parents to find out their top tips to keep kids entertained on the go.Read Full Story
Full disclosure — I'm an all-inclusive resort addict. There's just something about free booze, free food and free water sports that make you never want to go back to that regular old hotel with ridiculous surcharges again.Read Full Story
There's always going to be that one person on the plane you can't stand sitting next to. We have all been there before — crammed like sardines against an annoying airline passenger who can make your life a living hell.Read Full Story
Spring break wasn't too long ago, but I'm already planning our next family trip. You know how it is, once you start the travel season, wanderlust sets in and the next thing you know you are ready to jet off on a moment's notice. The girls are a little older, so travel has changed. It's a lot less packing a bag full of coloring books and DVDs and a lot more packing high tech to keep the kids amused. It's not like traveling by yourself. You want to be able to be spontaneous and in the moment and that means being prepared for almost anything.Read Full Story
The Maldives is a gorgeous multi-island nation that has grown popular since the 1970s. Located in the Indian Ocean, it's a far flight from the U.S. and typically attracts European and Asian tourists. And soon it will be increasing its American visitor count, as I'm planning my honeymoon there! But the Maldives isn't an easy place to figure out. Each resort sits on its own island so it's important to pick the right place. And with over 100 resorts scattered across the region, there are a lot of awesome options! Here are some things that I learned as I started planning.Read Full Story
Traveling alone may be the scariest thing that you ever do in your life. While safety is certainly a concern for women traveling alone, the scariest part of solo travel, and also the most empowering, is making the commitment to spend a solid chunk of time with yourself.Read Full Story
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