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Consumers losing billions of dollars each year to...
HATED fees and charges are stripping billions of dollars from the pockets of consumers. From super-size credit card payment stings to giant minibar bills and money-grabbing ATMs, rip-off complaints...
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If you're still learning how to dress a bit better, it can help to have some little "cheat sheets" on hand. This graphic from Slaters shows you what color shoes go with what color suits.The Best Body...
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Get Around Hotel Wi-Fi Blocks And Use Your Chrome...
Chromecast and other similar streaming devices are great and portable, but if you can’t get access to the hotel’s network it’s completely useless when you’re travelling. The How-To Geek explains a few...
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Browser Extension Tells You Wi-Fi Speed at Hotels...
If getting online while you're on the road is important to you, slow Wi-Fi at hotels can be a pain. A browser extension launched Monday wants to help travelers avoid the hassle of bad Internet...
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Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams
Scrambling to book an end of summer getaway this Labor Day weekend? According AAA Travel, an estimated 34.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home over the holiday weekend this year...
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Staying safe on public Wi
Stuck without a data connection on the road? Free public Wi-Fi is one of those little luxuries that can make travelling easier, but you do need to exercise caution in how you use it. Here are some...
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It’s the Little Things…
Small observations of things that have struck me as weird during our UK stay to this point: – There is no alarm clock in our hotel room. – There are no drinking fountains in public spaces. – The...
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