Posts Tagged“travel”

If you’re planning on embarking on your first ever RV camping trip, it’s important to know a few things before you leave. RV trips are not something that you can just decide to do and then actually do it the next day. Rather, it’s important for you to plan your trip weeks (if not months) in advance and make careful preparations along the way. Here are the top RV camping tips for beginners: Going On A Practice Drive Before The Big Event This tip is especially important if you’ve never even driven an RV before. You must familiarize yourself with…

If the time has arrived where your family needs some rest and relaxation, where do you plan to head? There are a myriad of great family travel destinations worldwide big and small to embark to. Whether Europe, South America, Asia, the Caribbean, even staying in the U.S., the choices are there. With that in mind, the most important thing for any family trip is that it is well planned out. Don’t leave your adventures to fate, something that can doom a trip from the beginning. In the event you are scheduling a last-minute trip, be sure to search for deals.…

Planning on paying a visit to the Vancouver area for the first time this summer? There are many awesome things to see and do, which will have you planning your return trip before you even get home. Here’s what you should definitely do during your inaugural trip to Van City: 1) Run the seawall As one of Canada’s most beautiful urban refuges, visiting Stanley Park is a must for first-time visitors to Vancouver. If you work out on a regular basis, there is no better way to acquaint yourself with this landmark than to run the seawall around the park.…

Have you already strolled down Dubrovnik’s cobblestone streets and topped up your tan on Croatia’s white, sandy resort beaches? Never fear, there’s a seemingly unending wealth of experiences to be had here. Here are five attractions that are a bit of the beaten path yet well worth seeing.

A trip across the United States is a dream for many, which a friend and I happened to have enjoyed this past summer. It was an amazing journey traveling from the center of Florida to the tip-top of Washington state (Seattle). Neither he nor I had ever traveled such a great distance. The trip was one to remember for a lifetime, but it didn’t always sit right. There were times when I wish I had done things differently based on the way we drove, places we stayed, and spots we visited. I’d like to share some of what I’d do…