Do Democrats or Republicans Travel More?

Who travels more – Democrats or Republicans? According to data recently released by leading online booking site OneTravel, during 2012, residents of blue states booked 2.5 more trips than their red state counterparts.

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Five Tech Tips For Travel

At times, travel can seem like an untouchable world, one where we aren’t going to have the same problems that we might at home. We fantasize about the planning, the packing and the going that sometimes we forget that things can go horribly wrong on the road, just as they do at home. This is especially true when it comes to electronics and appliances. When your computer fails you in Budapest or your camera decides to die mid-tour or perhaps even your hairdryer knocks out the whole block’s power in Paris, you will realize that technology can fail even while traveling. And when it does on the road, it can seem like the worst of scenarios, but it doesn’t have to be. Practice these tech tips for travel and avoid the meltdown over the scorched curling iron or computer for that matter.

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Museums for Cultured Kids in Minneapolis

I was born and raised in a suburb of Minneapolis, but I’ve lived all over the country (and in Europe). I always said that if I had kids, I would definitely move back home. Well, I made good on my promise (both the having kids and the moving back home parts) and I couldn’t be happier. Not only does Minneapolis have incredible museums, they are also kid-friendly. Here are my three top Minneapolis Museums to take your cultured kids:

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Autumn Guaranteed - Four Resources To Consult For Colorful Fall Foliage Adventures

As the calendar officially turns over to fall, pumpkins are suddenly everywhere and so are those travelers in search of a little fall foliage. Nothing can ruin a fall colors trip than showing up at your destination to find the leaves off of the trees and a whole lot of brown. In order to make certain you don’t snooze on this time of year, here are a few resources to consult to ensure a colorful autumn trip.

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Hotel Commitment Troubles? Four Steps To Book A Hotel On The Fly

Travelers often bemoan just how hard it can be to click that purchase button on a flight. The same deliberation can be spent not just with flights, but also when it comes to where you are going to stay. I have a horrible addiction. I tend to spend hours, if not days trying to book the right hotel. I get lost in the reviews, the stories of former guests so much so that I spend more time deciding on a hotel than actually staying there.

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