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Disney Parks Now Welcome Canine Family Members


When you next visit the world-famous fun places based on the antics of a mouse, you’ll be permitted to bring your dog to join in on the fun.

Be aware that there are extra charges for the furry guests in the parks, as well as when you stay at an on-site Disney hotel. When booking a hotel room, checking all fees, including the Pluto Welcome Kit. It contains a mat, several bowls, ID tag and other helpful items.

SAFETY FIRST, Don't Be A Victim This Holiday Season PDF Print E-mail

The National Crime Prevention Council says travel safety has taken on a new meaning during these tough economic times. The organization best known for its icon, McGruff the Crime Dog, says opportunistic thieves may be looking for unprotected homes or pre-occupied travelers during the Thanksgiving holiday. NCPC suggests following these safety tips to avoid problems during the start of the busiest travel season of the year.

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Travel Tips For When Winter Wonderland Ain't So Wonderful PDF Print E-mail

Remember Bing’s smooth voice crooning out these lyrics?

“Sleigh bells ring, are you listenin’,
In the lane, snow is glistenin’.
A beautiful sight,
We're happy tonight,
Walking in a winter wonderland.”

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Top Ten Famous and Infamous Travel Quotes PDF Print E-mail
1. The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page: Saint Augustine
2. When you come to a fork in the road, take it: Yogi Berra
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Five Romantic Cities for Newly-Weds and Oldly-Weds PDF Print E-mail

1. Las Vegas has to be first on the list because it is the quickie marriage capital of the world. Where else can the sudden urge to be wed be more romantic? Up and down the famous Strip are quaint little wedding chapels, where at least 500 couples every day get married.

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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.
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