If you were a Who from Whoville, today you’d be waking up to the following town crier’s announcement; “Less than two weeks until Christmas!” And if you’re like the majority of the world (Who and human alike) this announcement causes you serious anxiety mixed with hopeful anticipation.
Traveling or working on Thanksgiving and need a place to celebrate? Now, thanks to ID90 Travel, picking a place can be as easy as saying your ABC’S! We know that airlines pay really well on holidays, and that sometimes you may need to pick up that extra trip. No fear, we’ve comprised an awesome list of alternative locations (Abroad, Beaches, Classic & Stateside) where you can celebrate Turkey Day among other gravy-passionate merrymakers!
The holidays are soon upon us, if you couldn’t tell, and that means holiday travel! It’s time to get up and get out. Halloween is up-to-bat first with some eerie travel destinations on the horizon. We thought we’d keep with the seasonal theme and prepare you for all the jeepers creepers you’ll experience while traveling. Whether you’re gearing up for a haunted road trip around the US or planning for your New Years in London, it’s time to start thinking ahead. Safety first! Here are our three best tips for staying safe while traveling.
Packing is the literal worst. You hate it, I hate it, the whole world hates it. Fortunately I don’t have to do it for a living, unlike some people. Yes, “some people” is you. I commend you, I really do! You have to live off of that suitcase your entire career, so it’s got to be getting monotonous. Fortunately, I’m here to help. I’ve collected what I think are the best packing suggestions to help you create the best packing plan for you.
A few months ago, our family took a weekend trip from Dallas to New Orleans to meet up with some of our extended family. In the planning stages, it looked pretty simple knowing how airline employees travel. Fly standby to New Orleans on Friday afternoon using my wife’s airline-employee flight passes, get a cab to the hotel, fly home on Sunday morning. That’s not exactly how things turned out.