Still haven’t booked your flight home for the December holiday season? It’s time to decide where you’ll spend each holiday and figure out your travel plans—now.
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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? In honor of the National Park Service’s birthday, this Saturday, August 25, the entrance fee to the country’s national parks will be waived.
If the kids (or you!) are prone to car sickness, planning a family vacation–especially one on the open road–may be downright stressful. When driving is unavoidable, follow these smart tips to soothe the stomach.
Planning your next great getaway? Follow this ticket-buying guide to increase your odds of scoring the best fares.
You may not be able to bring a full water bottle through airport security, but packing an empty one will save you money and keep your thirst quenched while en route.
Amusement parks scream summertime fun, but they can really wear your wallet thin. With steeply priced entrance tickets (some cost as much as $80!), meals, and maybe a souvenir or two, you’re looking at one expensive trip. Here’s how to avoid the financial roller coaster:
If you’re hitting the road over the long weekend, don’t forget to check your tires first. Armed with just a penny, you can ensure your tires will go the distance. Here’s how:
The downside of flying off on vacation: jet lag and all that comes with it (puffy eyes, a dull complexion, water retention, and crushing exhaustion). Didi Gluck, Real Simple’s beauty and health director, shares the symptom-alleviating tips she recently picked up from Anne-Claire Doucet, the spa treatment supervisor at The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental Paris: