December 2012

9 Fun Facts About The Top Tourist Sights in Sydney, Australia

December 12, 2012

This guest post is by Brenda Richman, a Kansas City-based small business consultant.  Sydney Harbor Photo by Gnangarra.    Are you thinking about visiting Sydney, Australia? Here are 9 Fun Facts About the Top Tourist Sites In Sydney:  1) Sydney is the largest city in Australia, with a population of 4.6 million people who call […]

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International Traveler? How to Get Through US Customs Quickly With Global Entry

December 11, 2012

Obtaining Global Entry and TSA Pre-Check Was Our Best Travel Find of 2012 We typically fly internationally an average of two to six trips per year. As much as we love to explore the world, we don’t love long immigration queues after international flights to re-enter the U.S. Earlier this year, we spent $100 each […]

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6 Gorgeous Destinations to Explore in New Zealand’s South Island

December 10, 2012

This guest post is by Brenda Richman, a Kansas City-based small business consultant. New Zealand’s South Island lies across the narrow strip of water separating it from the North Island, Cook Strait, which is among the world’s roughest stretches of water.  South Island stretches south and west for 500 miles. A geological fault rises along […]

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6 Favorite Family-friendly Activities in Estes Park, Colorado

December 7, 2012

This is a guest post by Rachel Foxwell, a student at Iowa State University majoring in Hospitality Management, emphasizing on Travel and Tourism. Estes Park is one of Colorado’s hidden gems, located in the heart of Rocky Mountain National Park. Though it attracts thousands of tourists every summer, Estes continues to seem a quaint and peaceful destination. […]

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