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Get More Value for Less

6 Jun

  By Amber Wojcek It’s no surprise that budget is likely one of the top considerations when you’re making travel decisions, and hotel rooms are some of the biggest expenses you can incur on a trip. There are a lot of choices when choosing a hotel, from price and amenities to location and experience. Often, Continue Reading

12 Best Towns for Fall Foliage in New England

8 Oct

By Jennifer Hanrahan When summer starts to disappear, autumn starts to creep its way in. The leaves start changing and for a little while, New England streets are lined with color. If you want to take full advantage of seeing the changing colors of the leaves, take a drive to or through one of these Continue Reading

Be Respectful When Flying with Kids

10 May

Everyone remembers that plane flight with a crying baby nearby. One business traveler on a nine-hour flight from New York to Paris reported that there were crying babies in every direction. It was a horrible experience, and most travelers have similar stories. So what can parents do to show respect for those seated nearby? Make Continue Reading

Ear Infections on Planes

17 Apr

By Mark Vonnegut, M.D. Is it safe to travel with a baby or child who has an ear infection? Absolutely! The pain from a middle ear infection is as bad as it’s going to be right at the outset, which is why kids often wake up screaming. The middle ear is a very small space, Continue Reading