Many Americans picture the typical New Years traditions are gathering the Times Square and waiting for the ball to drop. However, this isn’t the same in many other countries around the world. Today we’re going to check out some of those New Years traditions and see just what they entail!
The global travel market is a bit of a mess at the moment, but that doesn’t stop the national travel. There’s still plenty of places to explore in the United States that would provide a boost of romance for any couple. Let’s explore romantic getaways across the US.
Relaxing on the beach lounger, book in hand watching the grandchildren play in the sand. Their parents are soaking in the infinity pool looking relaxed. Share the experience of family travel with the entire family. Make new memories that everyone will cherish for a lifetime. Embark on a new authentic cultural experience together and learn about the traditions of the location. Learn the drums of Reggae perhaps.
Does this sound like a common thought for you ….well I have to work from home, my kids have to attend school from home, we can do this just about anywhere…..Why not do a #workcation? Then we can enjoy a destination on the off hours, have a gorgeous view on the other side of your laptop and gorgeous weather. This is one of the new travel trends.
Hurray, the airlines are cancelling the change fees on flights. Sounds fantastic right? But are there loopholes in this? Prior to the pandemic Southwest was the only US airline that didn’t charge change fees. Most of the airlines charged $200 for domestic flights when changing nonrefundable tickets on top of the price difference for the new tickets.
When people think of all-inclusive, the first thing that comes to mind is the Caribbean or Mexico. Aruba, Jamaica, (ooh I want to take ya) Bermuda, Bahama (come on pretty mama). That song always pops in my head when I think of the Caribbean. Anyway, it turns out there are some great options right in our backyard, the USA. This post is all about the “Best All-Inclusive in the USA”.
As a travel advisor, I want to go everywhere, see everything, visit every country. So I will start this blog with a confession. I haven’t visited Portugal yet. I was planning on visiting Portugal in this year, but of course, like all things travel, it was cancelled due to Covid-19.
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