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Do you remember that first week of school when you were asked the question "What did you do on your Summer vacation?" and you had to talk about it or write an essay about it? Well, if you were going to do that this coming September, what you would say? Do you have vacation plans that are interesting and that would be great subject matter for a discussion or an essay? Will you have beautiful vacations photos to share with your family and friends on social media? If not, then there is no time like the present to start making plans for a great vacation!


Some of our favoirte vacations have been to Bermuda, Alaska, Hawaii, New England, Canada, the US West Coast and Europe. These destinations are not only fun, but beautiful, educational, culturally stimulating and enlightening. There are so many breath-taking natural wonders to see and experience. There are also so many cultural experiences to that will touch your heart and soul, be it music, art, history, architecture or gastronomy.






As always, we appreciate the opportunity to work with you and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Happy travels!

~Deanna and the crew:





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Here are just a few tips worth repeating:

1 - If you can, pack as much as possible into a carry on. Try to pack "double-duty" clothing, such as a pants/skirts that can be worn to a casual dinner and then be dressed up for a more formal occassion if it presents itself. Same with shoes. I generally carry a soft pair of dress shoes, a good walking shoe and a casual. low sandal.

2 - Let your "personal" carry-on item also be used for extra items that you will be needing.

3 - If you travel more than just occassionally, it may be worthwhile to enroll in one of the pre-screening programs offered by the government. But beware that you will need to pay for it, provide fingerprints and be interviewed so it probably isn't worthwhile if you don't do enough travelling.


4 - Be careful what you pack in your carry-on luggage as you will be delayed and may lose some items if they don't comply with TSA rules.

5 - On smaller, commuter flights, they will probably take your carry-on luggage and gate-check it so you won't need to check it at the ticket counter and therefore, you won't have to pay to check it. Just be sure that you don't leave valuables in it or anything you will need before during your flight. Also, batteries are not to be packed in any checked luggage for safety reasons.

6 - Read the signage while in the security line. If you are prepared when you step up to the x-ray belt, you will get through faster and easier. Also, have your passport open to your photo page and your boarding pass with it. The agents will appreciate it. Oh, and be sure to smile and greet them with a warm "good morning" or "hello" when you approach and follow up with a thank-you.

7 - While packing, be mindful of the weight and girth limits of your luggage, both checked and carry-on. Don't be the person at the ticket counter moving items from one suitcase to another to avoid the hefty extra baggage fee.

8- Most of all, be pleasant and patient. A smile goes a long way at making your life easier!

Happy travels!

























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