Always bring a good pair of walking shoes.... Read more
Make sure to ask your veterinarian to print out a copy of your pet's health certificate. Usually, the health certificate needs to be dated within ten days of your departure.... Read more
It'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
Enjoy a good breakfast? Do your research and find out what type of breakfast the inn offers. Some Bed & Breakfasts serve homemade muffins and yogurt, while others are more... Read more
Take care of your indoor plants when you are away from home by closing the blinds/shades - the plants don't need as much water when they're kept in a cool... Read more
If you are going to be away from home for awhile, contact your post office to hold your mail - they will keep your mail safely secured until your return.... Read more
Sometimes the best way to travel is by yourself. When you travel on your own, all your vacation decisions are your own. Want to try that bacon stuffed pancake from... Read more
While it is true that you can bring mini alcohol bottles through TSA checkpoints because they fall within the 3.4 ounces of liquid, it is illegal to consume alcohol on... Read more
If you are planning to only be away for a short time and don't need to bring too much stuff, then you might want to consider just taking a carry-on... Read more
Like to stay on schedule? Plan as much of your trip as possible in advance. Once you know where you are going to stay, take this opportunity to plan out... Read more