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So, you’ve completed your shakedown trip, resolved any early problems with the manufacturer, and you’re all set, right? Not so fast. Once you’ve got the initial bugs worked out of your RV, there’s some maintenance you’ll need to do regularly while on the road. Here’s a checklist with just a few of the (many) basics. Check the Tire Pressure: Checking your tire pressure regularly is critical to staying safe on the road. Ask both your RV manufacturer and the tire manufacturer about the proper inflation for your tire size and...

#Psychics, Reiki massage, and surfing lessons. Take your dog or cat to one of these pet-indulgent hotels, and they may not want to come home. Break out the catnip: August 8 is International Cat Day, which seems a lovely excuse to pack your cat’s bag and take him or her along on a late-summer family vacation. Granted, more people take their dogs on vacations, but plenty of hotels have set up enticing programs for canines, the occasional kitty traveler and sometimes even snakes or birds. A few, however, offer a lot more than treats, litter...

A trip to Europe promises to enrich our cultural lives immensely. A visit to its innumerable museums increases our knowledge in art and in history. We get in touch with humanity’s highest artistic achievements and the experience can be exciting and soul pleasing. But visiting Europe’s museums can also be overwhelming. Long lines and the sheer volume of works of art to be seen might decrease our excitement. Below are some tips that can help us have more enjoyment than headaches in our trip. Before going to the museums you should...

Flying by yourself can be a hassle, so it’s no wonder many parents think air travel with a baby means major challenges. In fact, babies can be easier than you might think to travel with since they don’t need to run around and can be happy with plenty of food and cuddling, says Shelly Rivoli, author of the book “Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Trips With Babies, Toddlers and Preschool-Age Children,” in “Parenting” magazine. Be Seat Savvy Securing a seat in the bulkhead of the plane...

As Audrey Hepburn famously said in the film Sabrina, “Paris is always a good idea.” We couldn’t agree more. Whether you know it as the city of light, love or one of your bucket list destinations, Paris will leave you longing to return for more. Our deal experts have strolled along the Champs-Elysees, picnicked on the Place des Vosges, lined up for the Louvre and have a collection of tips that will help you make the most of your days living like a Parisian. Paris’ cuisine, particularly that found in the restaurants...

Thinking about retiring overseas but concerned you might make a less-than-worthy choice because you can’t afford to visit all the places on your wish list before you make your final decision? Just because you’ve little money doesn’t mean you have to stay at home. With a bit of ingenuity, and a dash of wit and wangle, you can travel practically for free. How? By thinking out of the box when it comes to where you stay. Here are six suggestions for getting your accommodation for free or next-to-nothing.   1. Couchsurfing....

Anyone who has travelled with kids before can confirm that they can cause a huge distraction, especially if they are arguing or complaining on the backseat. This could be as a result of boredom or hunger and handling it can be such a hassle. It is quite interesting to note that there are several other common distractions that you can face on the road and so as the chances of an accident while traveling with your children. For instance, a recent research has revealed that over 1.5 million car accidents occur annually due to driver distraction. Surprisingly,...

Posted on Jul 18 2013 - 1:03pm by TravelFore
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Many’s the traveler who can’t be bothered to collect hotel loyalty points and, therefore, assumes that a hotel co-branded credit card is not worth having. Yet nowadays such cards can be the easiest way to achieve free nights and the money-saving perks of elite frequent-guest status. The Hyatt Visa card, for instance, provides two free nights at any Hyatt worldwide...

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and it is also the 5th largest city in Australia. While most of the things about the city may be out there, there are a few things that you didn’t now about Adelaide and some of these include: On O’Connell is the name of the city’s cricket bakery. This supports the team by the name of Rebacks. Here you can get freshly baked bread and also show your support for the Klinger & Co. The bakery also offers internet access. This is quite a unique bakery that is located only...