Three Mistakes You’re Making With Travel Rewards Programs

After a weeklong trip across Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina, I was checking in to a number of hotels. In the process, I was hoping that I was racking up all of these rewards for the different programs of which I am a part. Once I arrived back home, I decided to do a bit of digging around to see how my travel rewards were fairing across all of these outlets. I theorized that surely I was gaining ground on hotel stays and airline miles. Little did I know but my travel rewards were in shambles. I wasn’t taking advantage of added benefits. I was spreading my travel dollars across too many different rewards programs.

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How to Never Miss Your Connecting Flight

I sat in the airport in Florence watching the clock. My flight was already delayed an hour, forcing the question to enter my mind of whether I would make my connection in Frankfurt back to the U.S. Up in the air, there was little that I could do. I knew it would take running and perhaps a miracle to make my flight. The pilot got on before landing, saying he was going to park the plane at a gate that would help those making connections. While probably not following regulation, that move allowed me to make my flight, out of breath and relieved.

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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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