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The Best of Aruba
Aruba is a good choice for a summer visit to the Caribbean. Like Bonaire and Curaçao, Aruba is situated below the “hurricane belt” in the Southern Caribbean. As a result, big storms remain unlikely, although possible. Here’s a guide to some of the best of Aruba.
Three Easy Trips from Copenhagen
Three very different gems, all within an hour’s drive north of Copenhagen, reward travelers: an impressive, contemporary art museum; the bucolic home of one of Denmark’s most well-known writers and a 150-room, Renaissance castle, among the nation’s most beautiful.
Three Great East Coast Boardwalks
Summer is prime time for boardwalk lovers. Our favorite East Coast boardwalks are in Virginia Beach, Virginia; Rehoboth, Delaware; and in North Beach in Miami Beach, Florida.each of these three seaside paths charms with its own special character.
Three Guatemalan Adventures
There are more Guatemalan adventures than exploring Tikal. Lake Atitlan ranks among the world’s most scenic lakes, Chichicastenango, dubbed “Chichi” for short, offers endless opportunities to shop for native goods, and Antigua shines as one of Central America’s prettiest cities.
Tips for Road Trips with Dogs
Especially around the holidays, dogs get loaded into cars. Just like road trips with kids, a successful long drive with your four-pawed family member takes careful planning. Here are some tips on how to have fun and keep your dog safe on a road trip.
Tips for Travel with your Best Friend
Follow these tips to make sure that after traveling with your girlfriend, sister or best buddy, you come home friends. Even the closest people can have different travel rhythms and goals. Just because you love, like or live with someone, doesn’t mean you can travel with them.
Tips for Traveling with Teens
After years of traveling with two teenagers, I’ve discovered some ground rules for great vacations with these painfully hard-to-please offspring. I’ve also come to value these getaways.
Tips on How to Fly with your Pet
Should you take your dog or cat on an airplane? If your pet can’t be in the cabin with you, then don’t put him on the plane. That’s 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.
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.
Travel with Pets and Red Roof Inn
Often, the dog gets left behind on a family road trip. That’s because many hotels don’t permit pets and a majority of those that do, charge fees and accept only small dogs. But at Red Roof Inn one family pet of any size stays for free.
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