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10 Vacation-Worthy American Cities with Typically Cheaper Flights

Fun Vacation Spots In The US

For everyone who loves to fly to an awesome vacation spot with a small price tag (AKA everyone!), here’s a list of some of those places.

With average round trip economy ticket costs of less than 300 dollars, pack your bags now and head to one of these fun-packed US cities without breaking the bank!

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6 Foreign Foods That Are Actually American

Traveling internationally? Looking to eat the food of the region? Here are the top 6 foods to avoid on your travels if you want to dodge American culinary tourist traps!

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U.S. Travel ID Requirements Coming in 2018

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In an effort to make traveling even more secure, there will be new identification rules for air travel in the United States starting in 2018. If you don’t have the proper identification, you may be required to bring your passport even when you aren’t going international! For non-travelers, this probably won’t pose an issue. But if you plan to board an aircraft for a domestic flight, this may affect you.

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5 Tips for Traveling During 4th of July Weekend

It’s that time of year and the 4th of July is just around the corner. It’s one of the busiest holidays, so we wanted to provide you with a few quick tips to help make your travel plans go as smoothly as possible!

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Best U.S. Fall Festivals of 2015

There are so many activities that occur during the fall. As the weather starts to cool down and the leaves change on the trees, several fall gatherings begin. Some festivals are centered around food while others are a mix of different activities and vendors. If you have the opportunity, check out these popular fall festivals around the U.S.
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Places You Don’t Need a Passport For

Are you ready for a vacation but haven’t applied for or renewed your passport? Luckily, there are some amazing places outside of the contiguous 48 states that U.S. residents can visit without needing a passport. It sounds too good to be true, but you can still go on an exotic vacation without this important document. (Still make sure to bring a valid ID or birth certificate with you!) Consider one of these destinations the next time you want to plan a passport-free vacation and avoid international hassles.
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The Best 2015 U.S. Summer Food Festivals

foodfestivalsphotSummer is quickly approaching and is known as the season of festivals! We don’t know about you, but one of our favorite types of festivals to visit are those focused on foods from around the country. From seafood and burgers, to pizza and ice-cream, these food festivals have it all. Here are some of the most popular festivals in the United States for 2015 that are definitely worth traveling for!
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Tips for Traveling to the Super Bowl

It’s official – the NFL playoffs are finally set and with just 12 teams left, each team is hoping have their dreams come true and become Super Bowl XLVIII  champions in 2014. There is about a month until Super Bowl XLVIII, and tens of thousands of fans planning are planning to travel to Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, for the game. Last year, the Super Bowl cost fans anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 each for flights, hotel stay, food and football fan gear. If you want to have fun as well as cut some costs you have to stay ahead of the game. Here are a few tips if you plan on traveling to Super Bowl XLVIII this year!
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Travel Trends for 2014

Overall, 2013 was a great year for the travel industry with a higher average of travelers and much more interest for individuals getting back out there to explore the world. With technology quickly evolving, 2013 was a year that introduced and reinvented the way we travel from the way we book, way we travel, to the way we order room service. Now that we have entered 2014, the travel industry is already looking promising and is guaranteed to continue bringing us fabulous new improvements. Here are a few of the biggest travel trends to keep your eyes out for during 2014!
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Travel Insured: 2013 Best Places to Work in Connecticut

We are proud to announce that Travel Insured International was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut. This eighth annual program was created by the Hartford Business Journal, Best Companies Group and sponsored by The Hooker & Holcombe Companies.
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