How To Plan & Take Your First Solo Trip

Solo travel is a pretty sweet deal. If you’ve never gone on a solo trip before, now is the perfect time. You call all the shots (no compromising with anyone) — everything is on your terms. You decide how long you want to travel, how much you want to spend, and where you want to…

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3 Tourist Scams and How to Avoid Them

From getting ridiculously overcharged for meals, souvenirs, and cab rides to pickpocketing, you can get scammed anywhere in the world, including the United States. You’re more of a target if you act like a tourist, look like you don’t know what you’re doing and have your valuables open to the public. This doesn’t mean you…

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T+L: Ship your stuff instead of checking bags.

Well, Travel + Leisure did a nice thing. They wrote this big long article called 16 Easy Tips for Saving Money on Your Family Vacation and (what do you know) they included lil’ ol’ LugLess right there on their list: If you are going on a camping trip or some other travel that requires a…

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4 Things Freshmen Must Know Before Heading to College

From figuring out what to major in to finding new friends, transitioning from high school to college is a whole new ball game. You’re essentially an adult, which means more than the sweet freedom of having cereal for dinner. This new chapter of your life can set up the foundation for your entire college career…

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3 U.S. Cities You MUST Visit Just For the Public Transportation

If you’re looking for a summer getaway and don’t want to drive or Uber everywhere, then we have 3 cities you must visit this summer. And… any reason to travel, right? One of the best ways to explore a new destination is by public transportation! You get to learn how the locals’ commute, discover hidden…

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