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U.S. passport ‘execution fees’ to increase in April

U.S. travelers who will need a new passport in 2018 can potentially save themselves a few dollars if they avoid waiting until the last minute to apply. Read More

Cures for spring fever

Make sure you’ve got a plan in place when spring fever hits. It’s time to plan your getaway. Here are five ideas to consider. Read More

New Yorkers take stage at ‘Shakespeare’ in park

This summer, the Public Theater’s free Shakespeare in the Park will be both for the people of New York and by the people of New York. Read More

How to rent a car abroad

Renting a car while traveling abroad means freedom from bus and rail timetables, but it comes with its own set of complications. Read More

Time for some bird-watching

It’s the Year of the Bird and the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. So grab the binoculars and head to the mountains, the coast or the canyons to observe beautiful creatures in flight. Read More

Tips for car rentals

Choosing a rental car (or not) can be an important part of the family vacation planning process. Here are five ideas to consider. Read More
 

Is trip insurance really worth it?

I’m booking a Europe trip with my family. The tour operator is pushing me to buy a travel insurance policy. Do I really need this? Read More

How to score a free car rental — with an interesting catch

Do you want a free rental car for three days? You even get a free tank of gas. But at the end of those three days you have to give up the car and find your own way home. Read More

Tips on solo trips with kids

Traveling solo with kids? Here are five ways to ensure that good times are had by all. Read More
 

Hotels that help you say hola or bonjour (and more)

Travelers can immerse themselves in the dialect of their destination in fun and engaging ways. Read More

Stick with local currency when using credit cards abroad

If you’re paying in dollars, you’re probably missing a chance to save money. Read More

5 resorts to take crew for some tee time

Take to the links with your crew, where they’ll develop skills in golf, a sport they can play for a lifetime. Here are five extraordinary places where you can tee it up together. Read More

Travelers weigh-in on must-have products

Traveling away from home can be fun, but it can also be unfamiliar and perhaps even uncomfortable. Read More

Places where you can really get away from it all

According to new research offered by Project Time Off, just one in four (27 percent) of employees surveyed actually unplug on vacation. Here are five places where hitting the off button won’t be a problem. Read More

Plan for next year’s vacation

It’s that time of year when we review recent adventures and plan for the year ahead. Here are five ideas to inspire your family’s travels. Read More

Tips when letting a child join another family’s getaway

Long weekends, school breaks and holidays mean your child could be invited to join another family’s getaway. Here are five tips to consider before flashing the green light. Read More

Five ways to stretch the vacation budget

When time and money are in short supply, it’s your cue to think outside the box. Here are five money-saving ways to make the most of your next family vacation. Read More

Various factors affect flight connecting times

Consumers generally won’t have access to the complete listing of all MCTs, but you can Google your flight and your airports and “connect time” and get a better idea. Here is what you need to consider. Read More

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