Not Flying for Thanksgiving But Still Traveling? Four Useful Apps For Non-Fliers

While Thanksgiving week might be one of the busiest times of the year to fly, not all travelers are taking flight to get home for the holidays. Some are driving their own cars, renting one or even taking to the rails to get to Thanksgiving dinner on time. With a sea of useful travel apps for those flying for the holiday, travelers not up in the air are left to search for their own tools to help them travel for Thanksgiving. Luckily, there are several apps you can use to assist with your Thanksgiving travels even if you aren’t flying for the holiday.

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Four Last Minute Road Trip Travel Tips for Labor Day

The Labor Day holiday is always somewhat bittersweet. It signals the end of summer and the beginning of the school year for most families. And while you might be tearful that summer is over and this is the last vacation time until Thanksgiving, many take advantage of the holiday and hit the road for one last getaway. If you are thinking of hitting the road and traveling by car this Labor Day, you probably already have your destination sorted out and even your accommodations. However, there are a few things you might have forgotten for your Labor Day road trip. For last minute planners, here are a few Labor Day road trip tips to follow before you take off.

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Six Resources To Use Beyond The Guidebook

Lugging around a 400-page guidebook on your travels is often more of a beast of burden than a useful travel tool. Guidebooks are frequently left behind in hotel rooms due to overweight bags and at times can leave us feeling misguided. Many are hit or miss depending on the author or the general layout of the book. If you want to lighten your load on your travels and yet still gain valuable information about where you are, try ditching the guidebook for these resources that don’t require lugging around 25 extra pounds in paper.

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Four Apps To Help You Stay in Touch on the Road

Travelers today have a lot to be thankful for, particularly when it comes to staying connected with friends, family and the office while on the road. Those days of telegrams and long distance calls are behind travelers. Now there is an app to help you stay in touch while you travel at little to no cost. Here are four apps to try on your next adventure to help you stay connected.

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Uber Car Service Hits the Streets of London

Uber is a Bay area techie start up (surely, you've heard of them) that after making a big splash in San Francisco, New York, and a bunch of other North American cities and even Paris, has just recently hit the streets of London.

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