December 12, 2011

San Diego Sightseeing

The beautiful climate of San Diego attracts millions of visitors all year round. While others may be digging out of snow this time of year, residents and visitors of this area are soaking up the sun and mild temps. On your winter escape to San Diego, make sure to stop by these attractions, enjoyable for both children and adults.

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December 7, 2011

Capital One Bowl Packages

Catch the excitement and follow the Huskers to Orlando, FL! Cheer on the Big Red from the stands as they take the field against South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl!

We’ll take care of all of the details surrounding your bowl experience – from the moment your trip kicks off to your return.

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November 7, 2011

New Orleans Hot Spots

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the people of New Orleans continue to rebuild it into the amazing city it was before. No other city can top New Orleans with its uniqueness. You can hit Bourbon Street for a fun night on the town, stroll through the French Quarter, or sample some tasty beignets at the world-famous Café Du Monde. However, there are so many more things to do and see in New Orleans.

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October 10, 2011

Celebrating the Holidays in San Antonio

Having a hard time getting into the holiday mood? We have the solution for you! November and December are the perfect months to visit San Antonio, where you can kick off the holidays with the annual FORD Holiday River Parade, held the day after Thanksgiving. Over 122,000 multi-colored holiday lights hang from the tall cypress trees and reflect off the river’s surface. Carolers make the season especially festive. Over 185 groups, from school groups to bell choirs take turns in the nightly caroling and sing-along on barges that cruise the river.

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September 6, 2011

Maui Musts

Before the whirlwind of the holiday season is upon us, take time to decompress with a tropical vacation! Maui offers so much more than just lying on the beautiful beach and soaking up the sun (although lying on the beach in November does sound heavenly).

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August 1, 2011

Cell Phone Options While Abroad

Most of us are attached to our cell phone, even on vacation. Your cell phone allows you keep in touch with family and friends and even helps you make them a little jealous that you are relaxing on a beach somewhere! However, when traveling overseas, your cell phone may be unusable. And if it does work, it could end up being extremely costly for you because of the “roaming” rates. Check with your service provider to see if you will be able to use your cell phone and if so, what your rate (price per minute) will be, if there are any other fees (roaming), and if they have international service plan options available.

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July 5, 2011

Using Bank ATMs Overseas

You’ve booked the hotel and airfare. Now how do you pay for your meals, excursions, and souvenirs while on vacation? Do you take your debit or credit card? Or do you take Travelers’ Checks? Over the last few years, bank ATMs have virtually replaced the Travelers’ Check option for money conversion while traveling overseas.

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June 6, 2011

New Laws Regarding American Money in Mexico

Thinking of planning a vacation to Mexico? The Travel Designers at AurTravel are here to help you plan the trip of your dreams! We want to make your vacation as pleasant as possible and this includes making you aware of the new laws passed by the Mexican government in regards to the use of American dollars to make purchases in Mexico.

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April 28, 2011

A Trip Fit for a Prince (and Princess)

Prince William and Kate Middleton are getting married tomorrow. A few brave souls will get up at 3 a.m. to watch the live ceremony, while most of us will watch the highlights Friday morning. Is seeing the sites of London on your TV enough for you? Imagine taking the same path as Wills and Kate through the streets of London.

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