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budget travel
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Travel More, Spend Less: 6 Ideas to Stretch Your Travel Budget Further

According to an American Express study, the typical American spends $1,145 per person, per year on travel. That’s $2,290 for the average couple and $4,580 for a family of four. Travel spending doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Travelers have countless home-front expenses to worry about: rent or mortgage payments, tuition, utilities, groceries and food, and… Keep Reading

U.S. Visa
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Using Esta Visa and Entry Into Certain Countries

Millions of people want to visit the USA every year to see a variety of destinations like theme parks, national parks or big cities. Esta USA is a program that allows you an unlimited number of entries into the US for 2 years or until your passport has expired. This is perfect for the businesspeople… Keep Reading

african safari
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5 Best African Safari Trips

5 Highly Rated African Safaris If you’re an avid traveler, an African safari could be on your bucket list. It’s a distant and expensive proposition, so after you’ve saved and arranged the time off work, you want the best possible experience. A lot depends on where and what time of year you go. Your safari… Keep Reading

airport transit
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7 Ways to Pass Time at the Airport

Christmas holiday is just around the corner. For many people, this means delicious food, family time, packing, and long hours at the airports. This time of year, we travel a lot. Sometimes it takes up to several transit hours at the airport to reach the final destination. And that is when the problems begin. How… Keep Reading

czech customs
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4 Czech Christmas Customs Travelers Should Know

Czech Christmas customs and traditions are different than what most people are accustomed to in their native countries. Yes, there are some similarities, but the actual customs are an excellent opportunity to experience life as a Czech. Travelers should be aware of some of the most common customs and traditions if traveling to the country… Keep Reading

private jet
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Financial Tips for Medium Sized Businesses Looking to Fly Via Private Jet

There’s a lot of benefits for businesses which come with hiring a private jet. Not only can they help your company make a fantastic first impression, but they can also really benefit your employees. They’re more comfortable, quieter and allow faster business travel, but the question is, are they affordable? The cost of hiring a… Keep Reading

airport transfer
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Why You Should Choose Airport Transfer Service Wisely

Airport transportation services are beneficial for people, who have to travel different places all around the world. This service can save them from getting mentally and physically exhausted. Many people mistake when choosing this service which often leads to disappointment. Hiring professional chauffeur services keep you in a peaceful state and help you make the… Keep Reading

san francisco pet friendly
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San Francisco: The Pet Lover’s Paradise

The sun. The Golden Gate Bridge. The waves crashing on the shore. The whales that come through yearly. San Francisco has a million reasons why people come here all year long. However, the reason you will want to call this place your favorite may not be the one you might expect. We all adore our… Keep Reading

lendplus reviews
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LendPlus: 3 Tips on a Happy Home Buying Process

The world of business is fueled by happy customers, and it’s no secret that happy customers are the key to a business’ continued success, allowing them to grow and increase their ability to serve the community. This fundamental principle is central to the operations of LendPlus, a Full-Service Direct Lender that has made numerous people… Keep Reading

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