3 Gift Ideas Under $100 for Frequent Business Travelers

If you travel for business, you know that the most important aspects to keep in mind while being on the go are convenience and space. Business travelers have to keep things compact, especially if they fly frequently. Honing in on a gift for your frequently flying business traveler can go beyond the neck pillows and compression socks. If you don’t want to spend more than $100 on a gift and you need to keep items small enough to fit in a carry on, here are a few gift ideas of the frequent flying business traveler on your list.

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3 Unique U.S. Hotels

When I travel within the U.S., I enjoy seeking out unique places to stay. Here are three hotels that draw inspiration from the history of their natural/urban surroundings, and stand out because of their distinctive themes and aesthetics.

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The Ins and Outs of Airline Weather Travel Waivers

With roughly 46 million people traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, most of us want to get to our Thanksgiving feast without weather delays. Unfortunately, it seems Thanksgiving always falls right smack in the middle of a major storm system affecting a large and populous part of the country. When the weather forecast doesn’t look promising, most major airlines will issue weather travel waivers, essentially a free pass to change your travel dates to dodge the storm and avoid being stuck in the airport. Whether the bad weather is eminent, currently occurring or it left behind a major transportation mess, you need to know the ins and outs of these travel waivers. Here are a few tips if you are faced with using your travel get-out-of-a-major-change-fee card or rolling the dice and risking getting out of town.

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5 Things to Do in Tucson, Arizona

Brimming with natural beauty, history, and culture, Tucson is a great place to visit any time of year. Here are my suggestions for five unique things to do the next time you find yourself in this part of the U.S.

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4 Costs To Axe From Your Thanksgiving Travels

With Thanksgiving under a week away, by now, you most likely have your flight booked. While you might think the costs of your Thanksgiving travels are behind you on that credit card you used to purchase the tickets months ago, you might be in for a rude awakening. Before you take off, here are a few easy ways to cut the additional costs from your Thanksgiving travels.

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