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"no! We're Not There Yet!"- Surviving The Family Road Trip

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, travel is increasing every year and it is predicted that even more people will be on the road this year. Traveling with the family can be a great way to spend quality time together but it can also be stressful. Increase your chances of a fun, stress-free and safe vacation by following these simple tips: • Beat boredom with child's play. "Are we there yet?" What is it about these words that go straight to a parent's spine? Keep kids entertained w........ Read More

Take A Road Trip – Pack Your Motorcycle Luggage

The open road. The fresh air and wind blowing through your hair. The surge of the engine as you rev it. The fluid feel of the motorcycle on the road as it glides along. You've made preparations for this trip. Your only wish is that you had more storage space. Well, wish no more. There are options. The subject of storage on motorcycles has long been an issue of concern. With no room for a trunk, not to mention it might look silly, the storage for a motorcycle has been very limited in the past......... Read More

Off Roading Off The Strip

What do you think of when you hear “Las Vegas”? Slot machines, casinos, showgirls, money, glitz, spectacular shows and some of the best buffets in the States, right? What very few people realize is that southern Nevada has some of the best outdoor activities in the south western United States. Lake Meade National Park not only offers a great tour of the Hoover Dam, but Lake Meade is a hot spot for boating, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing and even some scuba diving. The roads that wind ar........ Read More

Guide To Road Trips

The most popular medium for traveling in recent times has become traveling through air. Whether the distance between destinations is small of long travel by air seems to be the preferred choice among travelers. Since air travel saves a lot of time and hassles that may be encountered when traveling by road. But the time saved has led to a sacrifice in the excitement of journey. Though traveling by land on open roads does take more time yet it is still the best way to enjoy a journey. It gives one........ Read More

Pennsylvania: Road Trips Need Not Be Expensive

Summer has been one of those seasons which people just have been excited about. This is primarily because summer gives people the opportunity to do various things. They can simply just enjoy and bask in the summer sun. For others, it is an opportunity to take that much awaited road trip with family or friends. At present, the rise of gas prices is something that people continue to worry about. In fact, many people are so much aware of the height of the prices of this commodity so much so that ........ Read More

Road Trips

Going on road trips with my husband is horribly painful. Any destination that is more than one hour away from our starting point is just unbearable. He starts to fidget, whine, complain and then whines some more. What does he complain and whine about? You name it, he brings it up. The directions aren’t right or they don’t make sense. Why’d we have to plan this trip? Who’s idea was this? Usually, the destination was his choice in the first place. However, when embarking on road trips wh........ Read More

Family And Holiday Fun On An Rv Road Trip

Vacations are usually something most people save up for and plan carefully. The goal is to have a memorable, fun vacation and, oftentimes, to see and do as much as you can fit in. Vacations are not a time to waste money on unnecessary service or items, but rather a time to research your trip and plan to save as much money as you can. If this sounds like your approach to vacationing, you may want to consider a road trip and even better, RV vacation. Road trips are one of the best vacations in whi........ Read More

The Road Trip Less Traveled

When President Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act 50 years ago, he may have started the glorious tradition of the great American road trip. Seasoned travel writer Eric Peterson takes full advantage of the public works project, and in his book "Ramble: A Field Guide to the U.S.A." reveals some brilliant, off-the-beaten-path landmarks you won't find in a typical guidebook. And with Microsoft Streets & Trips 2006 with GPS Locator, you can plan stylized getaways to unique destinations suc........ Read More

Baseball Betting: Did You Bet The Reds On Their Road Trip?

There has to be at least one gambling fan of the Cincinnati Reds in America who woke up May 31st after the Reds had lost their first two games of the road trip to the Cubbies and decided the Reds would win that day! John Q Public then probably decided to take the Big Red Machine in Texas as they played the Astros and by the time they left the Lone Star state had compiled a nice big bankroll as Cinci swept Houston. Next stop was the “Show Me” state of Missouri and could Reds bettor have the ........ Read More

Learn Spanish Phrases For Your Trip Abroad

It's nice when you get a chance to take a trip abroad. If you are going to a Spanish speaking country, it might be a little intimidating to get off the beaten path and explore. Just making yourself at home in hotels and restaurants can be quite a task if you're unprepared. That's why it's good to learn Spanish phrases to get you by. Of course, if you have time to take a full Spanish course, that's preferable. Learning to speak conversational Spanish will make your stay among the local........ Read More

Tech Tips For Summertime Road Trips

As people start to plan their vacations, many are choosing to hit the highway rather than travel by plane. But as many experienced travelers could tell you, a great road trip is often made before you leave-by making sure you have the right items to ensure a more entertaining and enjoyable vacation. You have a map. You packed your snacks. But have you thought about the tech gear you might need for the road? Read on. Satellite Radio Anyone who's taken a road trip knows the frustration of fumbli........ Read More

Fun Family Road Trips

If yours is like most U.S. families, you get together to get away from it all. Last summer, Americans took more trips than ever before, and more than a third of them took their kids along for the ride. So where are all these families going? Seventy-five percent of travelers say they go on vacation to visit more family, but beaches and lakes are also popular spots for summer getaways. Of course, family vacations aren't just about the destination; they're about the trip itself. This summer, AA........ Read More

Rusty Wallace: King Of The Road Trip

Although he made his career driving around a track at speeds of more than 180 mph, Rusty Wallace, newly retired NASCAR driver and Nextel Cup champion, loves spending low-key time on the open road with his wife and their three children. The Wallace family knows road trips can be stressful, especially when you add kids to the mix. However, with a little planning, creativity and preparation, road trips can be a cherished experience for all. Here are a few tips from the professional to make your nex........ Read More

Fun Family Road Trip Activities

Instead of letting the kids watch DVDs during your next road trip, use those long hours in the car to sharpen their minds. That's the advice from Dr. Katherine Wiesendanger, an education professor at Longwood University in Farmville, Va. She offers these tips for turning those mindless hours in the car to mind-sharpening opportunities. Official Navigator No minivan sallying forth to vacation wonderlands can arrive without a designated navigator. Why not appoint your child to the post? An off........ Read More

How To Survive A Road Trip

Traveling by car with children can be a lot of fun, or a lot of frustration. Proper planning can make all the difference. Here are some tips to make your travel time a success. Print out a map showing the beginning and ending points, with larger cities marked. As you drive, have your kids mark off the cities or other landmarks on the map. This helps them see how far they have gone, how much farther you have to go, and teaches them about time and distance. It’s also gr........ Read More


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