Category: travel


New Passport Requirements As Of June 1, 2009.

As of June 1, 2009, passports or new passport cards will be required for land and sea, as well as air, travel to and from the United States. (Passport cards not acceptable for air travel) This includes visits to Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, most of the Caribbean and 16 other countries. You used to only need […]


Save Yourself Money & Headaches On Travel During The Holiday Season.

It’s that getting to be that time again – time to fill up the highways, airports, and railways with people on their way to visit relatives for the holidays. photo credit: lunchtimemama We are taking Amtrak across country again like we did last year (this time to Boston though) and we booked our tickets about […]


Vacation Where The U.S. Dollar Is Strong To Stretch Your Money.

Sure, there are not that many places left where the American dollar is strong anymore, but according to Money Magazine, if you look hard enough you can find faraway locales where your dollar will go further. You won’t be going to Paris or London, but you can still have a nice vacation if you are […]


Airline Mile Credit Cards Pay Off Once Again.

In order to fly anywhere at this point in history, you have to show up 2 hours early, bring nothing with you, be manhandled by security, and pay through the nose in order to get a seat. On top of that, the airlines now charge you $15 per bag that you want to check, which […]


Rent A Mobile Broadband Card For Your Laptop By The Day.

I have been considering picking up a wireless internet card for my laptop for a while now, so I can be connected anywhere we go without having to worry about wi-fi hotspots. The cards themselves are free from most providers, but several of them do not offer unlimited access – they cap you at a […]

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