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Tips on How to Fly with your Pet
Should you take your dog or cat on an airplane? If your pet canít be in the cabin with you, then donít put him on the plane. Thatís the advice of the Humane Society of the United States, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and many other pet organizations.
Discover Florida's Big Cypress Reservation
On the Big Cypress Reservation within an hour of bustling Ft. Lauderdale wild life means bison, great blue herons, alligators and real Florida panthers. The reservation on the edge of the Everglades belongs to the Seminole tribe who has opened 2000-acres of their natural habitat to the public.
Travel Products Allergies and Tots
Planning is the all-important key to a great trip, especially if you have allergies or are traveling with young children. SelectWisely food cards present your special, dietary needs in more than thirty languages. BambinOz PortaChair lightens the gear you need to lug along with your tot.
When Women Have to Pee in Public
Do women need a device for peeing in public? Nature happens, after all, even when we are hiking, rafting, riding a jeep or rocking out at a music festival.
How to Save Money on a Cruise
Cruises are good value vacations, providing lodging, food, entertainment and childrenís programs for one price. You pay extra for specialty restaurants, alcoholic drinks,shore tours, Internet access and other items. To stay within your budget once onboard, follow these money-saving tips.
Floridaís Best Boardwalks and Family Beaches
What are Florida's best boardwalks and family beaches? On the east coast try Hollywood Beach Broadwalk and on the Gulf Coast head to Pier 60 at Clearwater Beach.For the best family spots, consider the Atlantic's Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park or the Gulf's Fort De Soto Park.
Hidden Hotel Fees
Like airlines, hotels are charging fees for many things that used to be free. In 2012 consumers spent more than $2 billion dollars on hotel fees. Here are tips on how to avoid or minimize lodging fees so you wonít get hotel sticker shock upon receiving your bill.
Use Photos to Engage with Locals on Trips
How to teach your kids to give back and engage with locals while traveling? When visiting poor areas in developing countries, we take Polaroid photos of willing people and give the images to them as gifts. Even in the digital age, many people in rural areas do not photos of themselves.
Washington, D.C., Summer Fun
If visiting Washington, D.C.,this summer with children, take advantage of the DC Cool Kids Contest to win a free return trip next year. Also, bicycle past the monuments at night, watch the new baby panda cub at the zoo, tour the National Archives, take in a baseball game and splash in a new park.
Phoenix & Scottsdale summer adventures
Take advantage of summerís low rates to enjoy adventures in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. Plan carefully and you can stay out of the mid-day heat and still explore the attractions.
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