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Here’s Where To Travel For Independence Day

Here’s Where To Travel For Independence Day fireworks

The Fourth of July might be on a Monday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t travel for the holiday. In fact, we think a Monday Independence Day is a wonderful excuse for kicking off a week-long vacation. But even if you only manage to get July 4th and 5th off from work, you’ll still have an extra-long weekend you can use for visiting some amazing new places.

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10 Ways To Save Money on Your Summer Travel

As we approach another beautiful summer in North America, people’s thoughts turn to travel. Whether you’ve got children in school or you’re just looking for a nice couple’s getaway or a vacation with your friends, summer is an ideal season to take a trip because of its pleasant weather and long, bright days. And even though it’s definitely the most popular time to go on a trip, events like weddings and class reunions make avoiding it impossible. 

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The Ultimate List Of Travel Hacks

If you’ve heard the expression “life hack,” then you probably know that it means a tip or tidbit that will make your life just a little easier. These are usually simple, easy things that we wonder why we didn’t think of. And the good new is, the travel industry is full of them. 

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10 Favorite Cultural Landmarks in Connecticut

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Ideas For An Ultimate Girlfriends’ Getaway

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Celebrate Love: The Most Romantic North American Getaways

Valentine’s Day is this weekend, and as luck would have it, it’s a three day weekend for most. This is the perfect chance to pack your bags, treat yourself to a nice luxury car rental and take a road trip to a romantic destination with your special someone. And with every part of North America having plenty of spots for sweethearts to stay, your possibilities are endless.

Here are just eight of the many possibilities for enjoying a long weekend of love:

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Escape the Snow With a Warm(er) Getaway

East Coasters, Midwesterners, and everyone else who’s tired of winter weather...your frustration is understandable. With subzero temperatures and never ending snowstorms in some parts of the country, an escape to a toastier climate sounds downright irresistible right now. But unfortunately, an exotic vacation just might not be in the post-holiday budget.

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10 Travel Resolutions to Make in 2016

According to the results of a recent survey, two thirds of adults in the U.S. resolve to travel more every year. Some get specific, with a list of destinations and a plan, while other simply want to see places they’ve never seen before. As we say goodbye to 2015 and welcome the new year, it’s a great time to take stock of your travel-related hopes and dreams and decide which ones to focus on right now.

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Tips for Smooth Holiday Travels

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Just the phrase “holiday travel” can strike fear in the hearts of millions of people. With worrisome weather delays, crowded airports and roads, cranky children and overbearing relatives to deal with, it’s no wonder traveling during this time of year can be stressful. But while we can’t control the weather, there are plenty of things we can do to help the process of reaching our loved ones go smoothly.

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Car Rental Express Wishes Everyone Happy Holidays

Getting ready to book holiday travel? Act fast! Airline tickets are being booked and cheap car rentals are being secured at an alarming rate. Here are five tips to make this year’s holiday travel a little easier to bare.

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