Remember kids, there is no such thing as a “silly” question. And so it was not silly at all when saljones2010 asked if there were any good travel books for children.
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Several European car manufacturers offer European Delivery and buy back programs that can and should be used by Americans and Canadians planning a European vacation.
Could a mistake fare of the magnitude United experienced be considered the equivalent of being diagnosed with, and suffering from, a Stage 2 cancer? Curable, but costly and sure to take a toll on United’s health and well being.
I have not personally ever taken a guided tour trip, but I know others who have and seem to really enjoy them. Within the online travel communities, however, you don’t come across a whole lot of guided tour trip reports in which the reporter offers effusive praise. But elberko certainly seems to be the exception…
Let’s face it, few of us have enough time or money to travel as much as we would like. But take away those two inhibitors and what else would prevent you from visiting every locale on your bucket list?
The airlines offer wheelchair service free of charge, and they don’t require anyone to prove that they need it. Knowing those two things it would be surprising if some people haven’t abused the wheelchair service at some point.
In another amazing display of the helpfulness you will so often find in online travel communities, atravelynn provides probably the most comprehensive advice on rainforest monkey-spotting in Peru that is likely to be found anywhere.
As an avowed off-season traveler I can honestly say that the inconvenience of poor weather has never in my experience offset the benefits of lower costs and fewer tourists. Then again, I have never traveled to Montreal in January or February.
Upon reviewing his photos from a recent trip throughout Southeast Asia, rje noticed something peculiar. Nearly all of his photographic subjects were smiling, with the notable exception of the Vietnamese. Then again, maybe he shouldn’t have taken the photos in the first place.
Would you pay $90 to carry a hair dryer in your luggage? A curling iron? That box of specialty chocolates you just paid $40 for in the terminal at the fancy specialty chocolate store?