3 Ways To Get Bumped Into Business Flights More Often If You Get Paid To Travel

Posted on: 11 March 2016

If you are amongst the approximately 54% of Americans who have never traveled outside of the U.S., it's time to make a change. Most people are hesitant to travel because they are under the belief that travelling is expensive; however, contrary to belief, travelling doesn't necessarily have to be expensive. In fact, at times, it doesn't even have to be at your expense. There are plenty of careers that will pay you to travel.
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Investments Tips For Buying A Vacation Home For Rental And Retirement

Posted on: 4 February 2016

If you're looking to buy a second home to serve as a vacation getaway, the second property can end up being a significant and lucrative investment if you choose the right property. For example, when you buy a vacation home, you have to opportunity to rent it out when it is not in use to seasonal tourists. Before you buy, here are some things you should consider to make sure you can get the best possible return on your purchase.
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How to Make a Hotel Feel More Like Home When Staying Long-term

Posted on: 26 January 2016

When you go away on vacation or a relaxing getaway, you often want to feel like you're away from home. But, when you have to stay in a hotel long-term for work or other out-of-town obligations, doing so many feel more like a strain than a luxury. Your stay will be more enjoyable if you take a few steps to make your hotel room feel more like home: Put your clothes in the drawers.
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Casino Trip Group Planners: Don't Gamble On Your Party's Safety While In-Route

Posted on: 14 January 2016

Are you organizing a group trip to a casino? If so, your number one step is to get your and your traveling companions' transportation squared away. Make sure you enact a plan that keeps everybody safe by following the below four tips for casino travel safety. 1. Go With A Charter Bus Once inside a casino, honest gamblers are usually safe from crime due to the heavy surveillance casinos employ. Outside the doors of the establishment, however, is a different story.
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