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16 Tips to Prevent Passport Problems

Carelessness is the number one reason for a passport application being rejected or delayed or for a passport being lost, stolen, or damaged. Here are practical tips you can follow to acquire your passport, keep it in your possession, and preserve it in good condition.

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Tips For Safe, Hassle-Free Travel This Season

As the holidays draw near and the urgency of planning this season’s travel increases. Take a look at these tips for a successful trip.

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Dashboard Dining: Good Choices While Out on the Open Road

Though it’s not the first place you would choose to eat, your car may be one place where you occasionally catch a meal. Today, the phrase “to go” means food is not going home, it’s going with you in the car while you shuttle yourself or your kids between appointments, practices and games.

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Top Ten Free Vacations

Spend your days on a Florida beach, stroll under California redwoods, hike in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, or live in a historic lighthouse on a Michigan lake – absolutely free!

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Within a Hundred Miles of Home: Be It Ever So Humble

So, you don’t have the time or money for a big vacation this summer? You and your spouse can’t coordinate your leave times? Your boss can’t turn loose of you for two weeks at a time? Unexpected dental expenses took your vacation money? Then why not scope out your own area for choices of interesting day trips? Keep in mind that weekend trips can be made all year long, and mini-vacations don’t have to wait for summer.

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The Art of Packing

Every traveler faces the challenge — what shall I take and just how will I pack it? The experts at Travelpro USA, the world’s largest supplier of professional luggage for Airline crews, offer the following tips.

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The Sweet Life Of Italy

Italy is famous for its sweet confections and pastries, and there are historical reasons for this notoriety.

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Barolo: A Trip to Italy at a Fraction of the Price

Magic. It’s in every bottle of Barolo. There is, simply, no other wine like it. Barolo is filled with fruit, yet has a tightness, a restraint, that keeps it from being the kind of plump red wine you find in California. Instead, it has the kind of tannins and bite that make it special.

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