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4 Surprising Places to Visit in Maryland

When you’re ready to travel again, consider Maryland as a destination. You may be surprised at what you discover. Maryland’s history, tourist attractions, and proximity to Washington, D.C. are natural draws for visitors. However, did you know that the Appalachian Trail runs through Maryland? Did you also know that Old Bay Seasoning was originally created in Baltimore? Maryland is known for great crab houses and they all use Old Bay to give their crab dishes a kick! Read on to learn more about Maryland and the surprises it has in store for you.

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3 Ways to Travel with a Zen Mindset

A true vacation is supposed to be a time of respite, or a break. A break from what, do you ask? We mean a break from everyday life, which comes with responsibilities and stress! Planning a trip can be delightful as you dream of your destination and all the fun that awaits your arrival. However, you may be missing the point of a vacation if you bring your life’s cares with you. You’ll waste your money if you go on a trip and stress about what you’re leaving behind simultaneously. We can help! Here are 3 ways to leisurely travel, secure your trip, and leave your cares behind.

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5 Amazing Castles You Can Visit Around the World


Who wouldn’t want to travel to a real-life castle? Visitors flock to castles because of their unique allure, rich histories and grand facades. They are magnificent structures that vary in size, shape, and detail. Built by monarchs and governments, they bring a country’s past into the present. When you’re ready to travel again, here are a few destinations to add to your bucket list. Let’s take a little tour of some of the great castles around the world!

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2 Out-of-the-Box Spring Break Ideas for 2021

Spring break will be around the corner before you know it! It’s especially important these days to travel safely and confidently. There are ways to do both with the help of our great ideas that will help you explore the world.

Normally, spring break is relegated to popular destinations like Miami Beach, Daytona Beach, Cancun, and Jamaica. Why not make 2021 the year to break away from the norm? Take a look at two alternative options for your next spring break outing!

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Take a Virtual Tour of Wyoming!

Wyoming is home to the famous Grand Teton mountain range, Yellowstone National Park and eight national forests. It is no wonder the state has been a playground for explorers for over 150 years! Visiting at least once in your life is a must, especially if you are an outdoor fanatic. However, if you are not fortunate enough to vacation there any time soon, a virtual tour is a great alternative. All you will need is a high-speed internet connection, an Adobe Flash plug-in, and your imagination. Let’s take a virtual tour of Wyoming!

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2 Tips on How to Make Your Girls’ Trip a Dream

What’s better than getting a group of your girlfriends together for a great time? All-female trips are a growing trend that is happening around the world. Women of all ages and backgrounds are taking unique and unforgettable vacations together. They’re doing it because they want to forge new friendships and experience camaraderie. They want to celebrate milestones or simply get away from the every day. Whether it be a group of siblings, friends, or co-workers, women are carving out their own adventures. Here are a couple tips to make your next girl’s trip fabulous.

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Primary or Secondary Coverage Can Make All the Difference

Have you ever wondered how primary and secondary coverages differ in terms of travel insurance? Understanding the difference between the two may help you choose your next travel protection plan. Our Worldwide Trip Protector suite of plans offer primary coverage for certain benefits. It is either standard on the plans or offered as an upgrade.* Let’s break down the two coverages and gain some clarity on the subject.

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3 Great Perks of Traveling in a Small Group

Traveling in a small group has its advantages. There are opportunities to spend quality time with friends and try new things. It’s easy to avoid group travel in general because of the “too many chefs in the kitchen” issue. Several people trying to figure out what to do on a trip may be a little challenging. However, there are ways to enjoy traveling in a small group that won’t involve figuring out who handles the check! Take a look at the list we compiled about the perks of traveling in a small group.

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8 Travel Do’s and Don’ts for Winter Storms

Unfortunately, there will be times when nature does not cooperate with your travel plans. Winter storms can be particularly hard to handle while on vacation. They are the reason behind many travel delays and trip cancellations. While you cannot control the weather, you can certainly control how you handle the challenges associated with storms. You may need to do some pre-planning, make on-the-go decisions, and consider travel protection. Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you get started.

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6 Thanksgiving Travel Tips To Help You Get Through Turkey Day

Who doesn’t like the thought of family and friends gathering together for Thanksgiving? Tons of turkey and stuffing will be served at dinner tables across the country. Millions of people will take to the skies and roads to partake in the festivities. Even with all of the goodwill, traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday can get frustrating. You will need a game plan to make your journey successful. We’ve put together a handy travel to-do list for the turkey lover in you. It may help you travel drama-free during the holiday.

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