Five Tips to Make Holiday Travel Less Ho-ho-horrendous PDF Print E-mail
Whatever the economic or political situation, mobs of people will be traveling this holiday season. Airports will be crowded, and airplane seats will be even more jammed. Commuting to the airport or anywhere else on the way will be slow and frustrating. So, what can a senior do to make the holiday ordeal at least a bit more bearable? Here are some tips that are worth trying during this very, very trying time of the year.
Seven Tips On Saving Some Pictures of George PDF Print E-mail
Considering some of the big bucks you need to spend to travel these days, saving just a dollar or two may seem trivial. However, if you pile up enough of them, your savings could be significant. For instance:
Hotel Minibars Charge Maxi Prices PDF Print E-mail

After a long flight, you’ve just checked in to your hotel room. It’s very late, and before going to bed, and you’d like some orange juice. You’re too tired to walk back down the hall to get one from the machine, so you open the cute little glass-front cooler in your room.

Lucky Seven Tips to Create Better Travel Deals PDF Print E-mail

Lucky Seven Tips To Create Better Travel Deals

1. It’s often likely the best deals you’ll find are last-minute offers. If you’re not committed to a daily job or other schedule constraints, be totally prepared to seek out these kinds of opportunities. This also requires that you should have your passport up to date, cash and/or travelers’ checks handy and your basic bag all packed. In addition to economy, last minute trips can be exciting changes of scenery and routine.

Use Your Summer Camp Buddy System While Traveling PDF Print E-mail
If you've been around as long as I have, you remember the opening line of that great Rodgers and Hammerstein song, "You'll Never Walk Alone" from "Carousel: When you walk through the storm, hold your head up high and don't be afraid of the dark. When traveling, you really should be afraid of the dark. However, if you're planning to go single, the first tip is that you never walk alone.

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