Travel Tips

Travel Tips

Use these handy travel tips to help keep your family safe and enjoy all the many exciting adventures for the whole family!

Sago, A Very Special Service Dog Book Review

A lovely book for children has been released that helps children to understand one of the many facets of a disabled person’s life, and one that we often discover in our travels and while out in public.

6 Things Infrequent Flyers Must Know

Article by Rich Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.

Best Travel Gifts and Stocking Stuffers for Christmas

View some travel gifts for your holiday that take the guesswork out of pleasing your resident traveler in the family. This year you won’t have to worry if what you send gets used and enjoyed. ANY traveler will love these!

Travelpro’s Maxlite Expandable Rollaboard, the Porsche of Luggage

This gorgeous piece of sleek luggage had the new car smell and the lines of a Porsche.

Plan Ahead With Cold Weather Outdoor Clothing

Being properly prepared in harsh winter climates means the difference between an enjoyable trip and one of misery and discomfort.

Frequently Asked Questions About Family Vacation Tips

Travel columnist, author, and radio talk show host Carmel L. Mooney shares a few of the most common questions she receives from viewers.

Travel: Farm Stands for Fresh Fruit and Veggies

Much of the lure of travel is getting to experience what the locals experience. One of the best examples of this is their food. A good place to find out about what a location has to offer is to visit one of the area’s farm stands.

Safe Skies Locks

Safe Skies offers TSA accepted and recognized Luggage Locks, which means one less thing to add to your worry list when voyaging.

Ride & Drive – French Train Tips

Learn how to make the most of your French Experience by utilizing the European Railway System.

Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning

Children playing in the water make noise. When they get quiet, you get to them and find out why. Drowning is not the violent, splashing, call for help that most people expect. Drowning is almost always a deceptively quiet event. The waving, splashing, and yelling that dramatic conditioning (television) prepares us to look for, is rarely seen in real life.

Travel: Journaling Your Trip

People, places, events, adventures, and side trips all start to run together once you get home. This is a great reason to journal your trip as you travel so that you can keep those memories fresh and the great experiences intact.

Hotels & Clean Sheets

Most hotel pillowcases and blankets are dirty or even in some places downright filthy – even if they are 5-star hotels and have freshly washed linens. Here are my Clean Sheets Tips…

3 Ideas for the Perfect Family Reunion

These days, there are all different kinds of options to have the perfect family reunion at interesting locations. Instead of meeting for a cookout at the park, consider some of these unique ideas for your next family reunion.

Airline Seating

Before you fly, do your homework on airline seating. This tip gives you an insider’s website that will help you do just that on any aircraft you’re booked on!

Handling Airline Security with Children

Information from the Transportation Security Administration will help you prepare you and your children for security measures currently in place.

Family Travel Safety Tips

Keep it safe with family travel: stopping crime and danger in its tracks.

Service Dogs and Pets Need Special Care During Winter Travel

When the weather is cold and dry or wet and cold, service dogs and pet dogs require extra loving care to stay in tip-top shape while traveling.