HOLIDAY TRAVEL SURVIVAL GUIDE WITH AMY GOODMAN
TRAVEL EXPERT SHARES TOP TIPS ON EVERYTHING FROM PLANNING TO GIFTS ON THE GO
Successful winter travel is all about successful navigation of winter weather and the holiday crowds. Preparedness and safety are key. Whether it’s a two-hour drive or a two-hour flight, traveling can be one of the most stressful parts of the holiday season. And while there are some things you can’t control, there are ways to make the most of your holiday travels this year.
Travel pro, Amy Goodman, discusses how she beats the winter travel blues. She will provide tips on the latest tricks, tools and trends to arm yourself against the mania and keep the holiday cheer alive.
Some of Amy’s tips will include:
Research: Comparison shopping has never been easier than it is right now. During holiday travel season, do your homework and understand all your options before booking.
Protect yourself: Winter weather can be unpredictable so it’s important to protect yourself against trip cancellation or interruption to avoid losing out on a substantial amount of money.
Hit the road: If you’re driving to your holiday destination this year, a long road trip can be hard on your car. The wear and tear can lead to costly future repairs. Put the miles on someone else’s vehicle by renting one for your travels.
Shop and ship: During the holidays, consider sending unwrapped gifts in advance to your destination to lighten your load and wrapping them upon arrival.
On the go games: The best kid games on the go are the ones without small pieces and that don’t make a lot of noise: cards, coloring, reading books and car games that require rider participation.
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