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22 Simple & Brilliant Travel Hacks

If you're heading on a business trip this summer amidst hordes of summer vacationers, even the little things can make a difference between an enjoyable trip and a frustrating one. To help you survive your summer travel, we've amassed our favorite travel hacks. Some of these may be familiar to you but we think you'll also find a few surprises. ...

Restaurant Reservations Made Easy

Dining out while you travel should be easy process. Take a few moments to review OpenTable and take one less worry out of your next trip. You will never have to waste your travel time calling around to restaurants trying to find a table again. What is OpenTable? OpenTable is a service that allows you to make reservations at thousands of restau...

Conquering Anxiety: First Time Solo Traveler

As you venture out on your solo travel adventure, you may start to feel frustrating anxiety symptoms bubbling to the surface. The experiences you encounter while traveling alone can kick these anxiety and panic reactions into high gear. Use the three following methods to help minimize anxiety while traveling on your own. Deep Breaths To calm you...

10 Smart Podcasts to Improve Your Commute

For those who wish they had more hours in the day, long drives to and from work can feel like pits filled with lost opportunity. It doesn't have to be that way. Listening to some or all of these 10 podcasts can turn a mundane commute into an opportunity to learn more, think critically and to be a bigger part of the world. 1. Fresh Air NPR's Fre...

Safety Tips for Travel to High Risk Countries

Traveling to exotic locations can sometimes mean that you'll be flying into high risk locations. In spite of what the news outlets might have you believe, you can travel to most places safely if you keep the following pointers in mind: Review the U.S. Passports and International Travel website for the latest travel warnings and alerts regarding ...

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Airline Refunds for Delayed Bags

August 17th 2016

A new law has made it mandatory for airlines to refund baggage fees for bags that have been delayed. Specifically, airlines must refund baggage fees automatically if luggage is delayed for more than 12 hours after a domestic flight arrival or 15 hours after an international flight. (On July 15, President Obama signed the Federal Aviation Admi...

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