Love group trips? Group trips are quite popular and can make for a truly fun and unforgettable trip experience. While group travel tends to be most popular among travelers who consider themselves to be a people person, many different types of people show an interest in taking a group trip and will commit to doing […]

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River cruising is definitely growing in popularity, but if you’ve never been on one before, what can you expect and how does it differ from traditional cruising? While traditional cruising takes you vacationing on the ocean, river cruising takes you on such rivers as the Rhine, the Main, Danube, and Seine, as well as others […]

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Cruises come with many amenities, from poolside activities to casinos, spas, movie theaters, A-lister entertainment and more.  But for some cruisers, it’s just not enough and they wish that their cruise ships came with even more, such as: Meditation room: Although some cruise ships have a meditation room as part of their spa, some travelers […]

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Studies show that many Americans do not take their vacations every year. It could be because they are afraid to take time off of work, may not be able to afford it, or have family issues. According to a new report by the Wyndham Vacation Rentals, 51% of U.S. vacationers admit they’re more stressed today […]

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Want to get away this year, but aren’t sure where you should go? After all, there are so many places that could be calling you – the beaches of Martinique, the bells and whistles in Las Vegas, the zebras in Africa or even the waters of a long, relaxing cruise. How can you possibly make […]

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Before you think about traveling with your service animal, you should become familiar with the Department of Homeland Security’s rules and regulations on the subject. First, the Department of Transportation defines a service animal as ‘‘any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. If […]

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Autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around 1 in 68 American children as on the autism spectrum. Traveling with a child with autism comes with its own unique set of challenges. For example, many children with autism do not like loud noises, so going to a theme park […]

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It can ruin an entire trip to get sick, but unfortunately it can happen. When you take to the high seas, you are at risk for a Norovirus, which is also known as the stomach flu. Norovirus isn’t a cruise illness, per se, but because there are many people living in close quarters of each […]

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