Learn How To Make The Most Of Your Family's Next Hotel Stay

Posted on: 5 June 2015

Vacationing can be very expensive, especially when you have a large family. Fortunately, many hotels now realize that families need to be able to get the most bang for their buck when they travel and are making changes to better accommodate larger families. The following guide walks you through a few ways you can make the most of your next stay in a hotel. Request Additional Sleeping Arrangements Many people do not realize that hotels now offer cots for their guests to use when they need additional sleeping options in their rooms.
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Two Tips To Cut Down On Time-Wasting Distractions While You're Staying At A Resort

Posted on: 4 June 2015

Despite the fact that it can be so expensive, a resort in an exotic area of the world is an excellent place to vacation in. But if you're not the most organized person in the world, there's a good chance that you'll regret wasting your limited time at the resort on mundane matters. If you're committed to cutting down on time-wasting distractions as much as possible while you're staying at a resort and hotel, follow these two tips.
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The Different Kinds of Immigrant Visas In Ecuador

Posted on: 28 May 2015

Like many other countries, Ecuador has a complex and sometimes confusing system of visas. Also like many other countries, the visa laws are subject to change at any given time. So it's important that you stay up-to-date with what's going on with immigration and working in Ecuador. You can always go for a tourist visa, or even just a stamp on your passport if you're from the US, but that's not for those that plan to stay.
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4 Tips That Will Make Your Hotel Stay With Your Pet Easier

Posted on: 21 May 2015

Finding pet-friendly hotels is a must if you need to travel with Fido or Fluffy. You probably know to expect extra room fees and pet deposits at hotels that allow pets, but you may not know the following strategies that will make your stay more pleasant. Tip #1: Check Out the Local Environment It's a good idea to make sure there are good places to walk your dog nearby – it's even better if there is a local dog park.
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