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Vacation Gone Wrong: Tips on How to Prepare

Americans take vacations to escape everyday life and to experience new places and things. We certainly don’t expect to have more stress when we pack our bags and head out of town. But, what happens in the event that things go wrong? Here are some tips on keeping you prepared …

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Surprising Predicted Holiday Travel Trends

Hotwire, the popular discount travel site, has reported the results of its recent survey regarding American holiday travel trends. According to the survey of more than 2,000 adults in the United States, we will spend a total of $72 billion traveling to family and friends during the Thanksgiving and Christmas …

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Family Holiday In the Amazing Algarve

  Algarve is the southernmost region in Portugal. This region has become one of the most popular places in Portugal and one of the most toured places in all of Europe. The region has many beaches, bays, grottoes and limestone caves to explore. The region has a rich fishing and …

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Top 5 Reasons To Visit Aruba This Year

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This post brought to you by Aruba Tourism Authority. All opinions are 100% mine. Okay, so you are looking for your next vacation spot and need some creative ideas?! Well we have a solution for you and it isn’t your typical default choice. Aruba, Aruba, Aruba. Why pick this amazing …

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How A Packing List Reduces Your Stress

How A Packing List Reduces Your Stress

For a person that opens their wardrobe and begins packing for a holiday an hour before they are due to leave home, there is a large chance that they will over pack on some items and completely forget other important objects they would rather not do without. These problems can …

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The Drama of The Costa Concordia Continues

The Italian cruise ship, Costa Concordia, is once again upright after almost two years of being partially submerged in the ocean. At a cost of eight million dollars, this rescue mission may be the most expensive maritime salvage operation ever attempted in the world. It took 19 hours and more …

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Fog Turns Fatal

March 31, 2013, brought extremely foggy conditions to I-77 near the Virginia-North Carolina border, and 95 vehicles ended up crashing as a result. Tragically, three people died due to the fog-induced accidents, and 25 additional people were injured. However, when you consider the fact that 95 vehicles were involved, it …

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4 Must See Cities in Spain!

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4 Must See Cities In Spain! There are a host of cities in Spain that offer a variety of activities, entertainment and delectable dining establishments. Whether you choose a large city or small, you’ll find the beaches, history, architecture, bullfights, art and flamenco dancers will entice and amaze visitors navigating …

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Tourism and Safety: 4 Tips for a Winning Combination

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Traveling and vacationing can be a fun excursion at any time of the year. Unfortunately, the rise in tourist related accidents has caused some travelers to consider ways to be enjoy a safer experience. Allowing yourself to become distracted while you are driving is always dangerous, but the problem becomes …

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How to Survive the Business End of a DUI Arrest

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Police officers are often zealous when discharging duties and not all officers are equal in arrest protocol or training. Sheriffs and deputies are elected and appointed officers that do not necessarily have training requirements for employment. There are other types of officers who are not necessarily officers of the court, …

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