Maybe you’ve have friends that have taken cruises. Maybe you have watched the commercials and seen all the fun people are having, but you still have reservations about taking a cruise for the first time. We understand!
Let’s talk about some common cruising myths and whether there’s any real truth behind them.
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Our team at Wander The World are on an exhaustive search to find you the best things to do this Summer! In our third article in this series, we’re sharing what US News & World Report says are the four best family Summer vacations within the US!
Let’s be honest, Summer vacations are all about family! How many family vacations do you remember? What were your favorite memories? Let us know in the comments below!
Now, let’s add some more to that list!
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Hello there! It’s Wander The World here with three more destinations for your next Summer vacation! According to US News & World Report, these are some of the best Summer destinations!
Perhaps you’re in the US and looking to expand your horizons or you live outside the US and are looking for somewhere to go this Summer…either way these three destinations are sure to please!
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As the warm weather approaches, we all know Summer is soon to follow!! After a cold and brutal Winter, you might be thinking about how much you need a vacation!!
But with all the destinations out there and so much to see and do…how do you choose? Well with a little help from U.S. News and World Report, we are here to give you some ideas!
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Service animals have been in the spotlight lately, so we’ve researched the regulations for different airlines for your convenience. This is a multi-part series, so check back often!
To travel with an emotional support or psychiatric service animal you must provide recent documentation (within 1 year) to Reservations at least 48 hours before your flight.
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Welcome to Part 2 of Traveling With Service Animals! Today we are spotlighting Delta Airlines.
TRAINED SERVICE ANIMALS
You will need to submit the Trained Service Animal documentation at least 48 hours before a flight. Download the form and upload through the Accessibility Service Request form located in My Trips.
- If you would rather submit a copy of your pet’s vaccination records, you can do that. Just make sure the vaccination dates and vet office info is included.
- If you need help filling out the forms, you can call 404-209-3434.
- In some cases, customers may be asked to show the animal’s Veterinary Health Form and/or an immunization record or other proof of vaccination (current within one year of the travel date). Better to have both ready.
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At first, it seems like it’ll be fun…let’s take the kids and go on a family road trip!! Soon, though you find that the kids are restless and you’re about to pull your hair out!! We’ve been there!! But here are our top three trips that will help you survive your next road trip, with all your hair!
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“I can find a cruise, flight, [insert trip type here] cheaper online, why would I use a travel agent?”
That is something we as travel agents hear A LOT! So we thought we’d compile some compelling reasons why you might think about letting an experienced travel consultant book a vacation for you.
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In today’s day and age, no one needs a lesson on taking photos while on vacation. Just look on Instagram or Facebook, and you’ll see plenty of photos of people’s adventures. Whether using a phone or a DSLR camera, there are a few things to keep in mind:
If you do decide to take your DSLR camera, make sure you have a good carrying case or bag. Keep that bag close to you and guard it like you would your passport. Camera insurance is also a good idea. Just in case.
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