By using your common sense and taking a few precautions while on the road, you can stay safe. Upon hotel check in, when registering, sign only your first initial and last name. It is harder to determine gender, marital status or profession. Hold on to your credit card and don’t ...
When it comes to your vacation, it’s the littlest details, such as tipping, that can become the most confusing. Whom should you tip? How much? Do you need to tip at all? Never fear! With this simple guide to tipping, TravelSense will take the guesswork out of tipping and help ...
We want to remind you that we understand that planning a trip today can be confusing and time consuming. We not only arrange the various modes of transportation, but also may be able to save you money with early booking discounts, special fares, accommodation details and travel advisories. Benefits of Using ...
Travelers have needed various documents to travel. Whether you are visiting the U.S. or an American citizen traveling abroad, it is vital to have all your papers in order. > Passports & Visas: For a new passport application or renewal, contact the nearest Passport Agency or a U.S. Post Office that accepts ...
September 11, 2016wendyhigh
To maximize holiday happiness and minimize the grief, follow these helpful tips. > Contact us in advance to secure the best-priced airline seats, hotel rooms and rental cars that usually sell out quickly for holiday travel. Be aware that prices generally escalate during the holiday season, as demand is higher. > Avoid ...
May 11, 2016wendyhigh
Fly-Rights – A Consumer Guide to Air Travel: Guide to passenger’s rights from the Aviation Consumer Protection Division of the U.S. Department of Transportation International Health and Vaccination Requirements: A list of countries and their health requirements or warnings from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Also, find a list of ...
April 11, 2016wendyhigh
Here are our quick tips for international travel planning… Airport Security, Follow the 3-1-1 Rule Pack smart to get through the airport security checkpoint faster. Be sure you’re following the TSA’s 3-1-1 rule: 3-ounce containers; a 1-quart clear plastic zip-top bag; one bag per flier). When in doubt, leave it out. If you’re not ...
March 11, 2016wendyhigh
Make your airport experience an easy check-in, check-out process. Plan ahead, here’s how: • Use colorful, distinctive luggage strap or tie a bright colored ribbon to the suitcase handle to make it easy to identify your suitcase. • You don’t need to put your entire address on your luggage tags. You can just ...
February 11, 2016wendyhigh
Thinking of getting away? Here are some quick suggestions for packing: > Don’t take along things that your hotel will provide, such as hairdryers, robes and beach towels. Check before you leave to see what items the hotel offers guests. > Jewelry – don’t take what you don’t want to lose, and ...
January 11, 2016wendyhigh
Across all the airlines, millions of bags go missing annually. Most of the bags were returned to passengers within 48 hours, some never get returned at all. Are you one of those who have lost their luggage? Here are some steps to help prevent your luggage from getting lost. > Use a ...
December 11, 2015wendyhigh