TL;DR 1. Your next destination doesn’t have to be a big urban metropolis. 2. There are plenty of awesome small towns to visit in the country. 3. It’s great for couples, families, or to just simply relax and enjoy the view. As soon as traveling makes a comeback, not everybody will book accommodations in some […]
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Travel Movies to Watch on Mother’s Day
Watching movies is one of the best family bonding times one could wish for. It gets even better when we can appreciate well written stories about how important these moments with loved ones are for us. To celebrate Mother’s Day, we selected a few titles to help you navigate to some of those stories. […]
Where To Celebrate Mother’s Day in the U.S.
TL;DR Traveling is a great way to celebrate Mother’s Day. There is a destination for every mom. Make sure you have a plan so she can fully enjoy the trip. Mother’s Day is around the corner and you can make it even more special with a trip to a destination she loves. There are […]
How to Plan a Solo Trip
TL;DR Study carefully where you are going. Give yourself freedom to do whatever you want. Always be open to meet new people. Traveling solo may sound boring for some and exciting for others. Sometimes, it may even sound dangerous. There are, however, ways to enjoy it, make it exciting, and even safe. It all […]
National Parks You Should Visit As Soon as Possible
The United States of America is worldly famous for its breathtaking parks — no, we are not talking about Six Flags or Universal, although they are also worth a visit or many. We are talking about National Parks. And, guess what? This is National Park Week and we would love to inspire you to […]
How to Plan a Road Trip
The good ol’ road trips. One of the classic ways to travel. Solo or in groups, it can be fun, entertaining, educational, adventurous. Whatever you make of it. However, just because you are about to have tons of fun, doesn’t mean you don’t have to prepare for what’s coming up. There are some basic items you […]
Post-vaccine Traveling and Things You Need to Know
TL;DR Your first trip will be to your also vaccinated friend or family’s house, but only 2 weeks after your final shot. We will be able to travel first in our country, then probably to Europe first. We will still need masks because the vaccine is not a guarantee we can’t transmit the virus.
Travel Industry Stats in the U.S. (March ’21)
TL;DR Travel numbers have gone up since last spring. A lot of trips are being planned for the next six months. Americans are being driven to enjoy tourism through road trips. Since the Spring of 2020, the travel industry in the United States has faced what probably has been its toughest challenge. However, some […]
When Will International Travel Resume?
TL;DR Despite international COVID numbers, American can still go overseas. There are some interesting destinations U.S. citizens can currently visit. Traveling domestically might be the best option for now. As we watch the new story developments around the travel industry and COVID requirements, it seems that slowly (but surely) traveling is making a comeback […]