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Apr
5th

Tips for Travelers

tips-for-travelersIt is mid-summer already, but I hope that this article will still help others who still planning to beat the summer heat before it is gone though the weather in the last few days makes one think that the summer is almost gone. I am more focusing more in out of town travels within the country which includes company outings, and for those who want to spent quality time with family members. The following were my advices

• Think of a destination ahead of time, and book early if you want to stay in a hotel. During this season, some hotels didn’t accept reservations unless you do it ahead of time, maybe a month earlier. (more…)


Apr
5th

Euro Trip

Are you planning to embark on a European trip? But before you take the flight, make sure made all the necessary preparations to avoid any hassles along the way.

First, you need to secure great tickets right away to whichever European city you are heading to. It is a well known fact that a European travel can be quite expensive so you have to find ways in order to get a good deal for plane tickets.

Next, make sure to book your hotels and lodgings beforehand. Try to find hotels that are worth every penny you spend because more often than not, you would need several days to stay in those hotels. There are so many stunning places to go to in Europe and a day or two won’t be enough to appreciate it. But sometimes you really can’t avoid having a last minute European trip. Without any preparations, a lot of things can go wrong especially when it comes to the tickets, hotel bookings and in packing. Sometimes you don’t have more time to pack and you might miss some important things.
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Apr
3rd

Effective Vacation Planning


The most important factor in ensuring that you have an enjoyable trip or vacation is an early planning. Imagine that it’s almost midnight and you’ve just arrived at your destination airport, but the transfer company representative is not around to meet you. The emergency phone number will be at your fingertips if you’ve done your planning. However, if you have no planning at all, this will not be possible. You will gain less stress and less costs if you have a good planning

Planning begins when you’re still deciding where to go. In planning for good destination, it is important to consider the preferences of the travel group members and any physical limitations. It is usually easy to decide on the general destination, but summing up a detailed route is another matter. You need to set the visits in order, the length of stay in each place, the essential sights and monuments, etc.
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Apr
1st

Grind and Unwind

Have you ever thought of having a business trip and enjoying at the same time? Perhaps you’ve looked at it at a very businessman-like point of view. Get the job done and leave as soon as possible. You don’t have to. Who said you can’t simultaneously grind and unwind?  If you are on a business trip, it may be hard for you to squeeze in a few moments of relaxation. When all you think of is the work you have to do. Try and look at it this way, the trip will be paid by the company you are working for, by yourself, financing this trip will be nearly impossible. So why not enjoy the breath taking scenes and amazing culture you can witness?

A good opportunity is when you are there on a Friday, and all work resumes on Monday. This means, you have the 2 whole days for yourself. Companies tend to spend money for two day lodging and meals rather than fly you back home and back again. Make sure that you have done what you are sent there for in the first place. When you’re all set up to see the city, enter a resto, or a club and ask a local tour you around. You can easily persuade one by offering him a decent meal. Now you can explore the town and discover the rich traditions it has to offer. Meet people and make friends with the locals.
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