You might be excited about leaving for your trip and want to share about your upcoming trip with all your friends on social media. But be careful- you never know who might see your posts. People who have shared their travel plans on social media have been victim to thieves who break in while away.
Feel free to post about your trip, but be careful about how many details you share and that your posts are private!
Aug 21, 2014You can now text your airline code and flight number to Google's text number, "466453," and receive your flight's status within seconds. Helpful for the avid traveler, the text will... Read more
Aug 14, 2014Contact your local post office to hold your mail while you're away on vacation. The post office will keep your mail for as long as you tell them. Even... Read more
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Jun 26, 2014It's always a good idea to have things on your itinerary you know you definitely want to do. But don't forget to leave a little room for exploring. Ask locals... Read more