Just in Time for Turkey! Four Thanksgiving Airfare Tricks for Last Minute Planners

Not having my Thanksgiving flight booked just over a month out was making me nervous. I knew that with each passing day, the airfare was rising, eating away at my wallet just in time for turkey. Some travelers know their Thanksgiving plans, allowing them to book early and avoid the price gouging. However, many last minute planners like me wait until around a month out to book their tickets for Thanksgiving. If you are in the market for a flight home, you don’t necessarily have to hand over your wallet. By practicing these Thanksgiving airfare tricks, you can come home for the holiday without forking over your entire paycheck.

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Traveler Clash: How To Deal With Different Travel Styles

Summer travel is filled with joint vacations among friends and family. It might sound like a great idea to get together and go somewhere out of town until ultimately you experience travel style friction. No two people travel in the same fashion, causing a few to give up traveling with others altogether and go solo. However, if you have to travel with others by choice or not, you must know how to deal with different travel styles to avoid a vacation meltdown. Here are a few words of wisdom to help you deal when travel styles clash.

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Three Great Places to Take the Kids in Cancun

When I hear the word “Cancun,” I picture spring break revelers and honeymooners. As it turns out, Cancun, Mexico has plenty to offer families with kids, too. From Mayan history to beautiful natural surroundings, there are plenty of aspects of Cancun that will “wow” kids of all ages. Here are three great places to take the family the next time you’re vacationing in Cancun.

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Rennes (France) for Kids

A short 3-hr train ride from Paris, Rennes is a wonderful city to visit with kids. Here are my recommendations for kid-pleasing venues and activities in this historic Breton city.

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Teach Your Kids to Use Public Transportation While Traveling

One of the joys and challenges of traveling to a large city is trying to navigate the local public transportation system (especially if you are not used to using public transportation in your daily life). Learning to get around a new city can be exciting, and provides a natural learning opportunity for kids. Here are some tips for teaching your kids to use public transportation while traveling.

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