Traveling already comes with its own challenges, but if you are the parent of a child with autism, it can make traveling even tougher. After all, not all children with autism like change. Instead, they prefer the comforts of home, their own favorite items and a structured schedule. All of that typically puts the kibosh on any travel plans, but it doesn’t have to.
If you are a slow walker, use a walker or a wheelchair or have some other form of a disability, do not think that you cannot travel. Millions of travelers have some sort of disability and the hospitality industry works hard at making their destinations accessible. Here are 7 things you should know about traveling with a disability:
Lisa and Edward have dreamed about a trip to Italy. Every time they fly, they do the best they can to save money on airfares. They watch for sales, time their trips to off-peak and comparison shop. That will all change when they fly to Italy. No expense will be spared.
Celebrating the big 5-0 and don’t know where you want to spend it? The rule of thumb is go somewhere you want to go. After all, it’s your birthday and you’ll party like you want to. Looking for a few ideas? How about one of these destinations?
What’s the best days and times to fly? Well, it depends on who you talk to. Some say that if budget is an issue and you want to spend less on your airfare tickets, you should fly during the week, not on weekends. However, if you want to get a deal, moneysaving experts also advise purchasing it months ahead of time or snagging a ticket at the last minute. Confusing!
To have a stress free air travel experience takes a lot of planning. In addition to taking the necessary steps to minimize the stress, you need to be flexible and have a positive attitude when it comes to handling any obstacles that may come your way.
Do you want to play on the same courses that Phil Mickelson or Rory McIlroy do? Playing 18 holes on some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world can make for a fabulous vacation. Here are fore, er four, golf courses where you must play.
Located in Pebble Beach, California, this golf course has been the number one selection on Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses since they started their list back in 2003. It’s easy to see why, with nine holes located high above the Pacific surf. Golf Digest describes the other holes as “Pebble’s sixth through eighth are golf’s real Amen Corner, with a few Hail Mary’s thrown in over an ocean cove on eight from atop a 75-foot-high bluff.” You will walk the same par 72 course that the legendary golfers Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Ben Crenshaw have walked, and won.
Happy Birthday to The National Park Service, which turns 100 on August 25, 2016. If you haven’t visited the parks yet, or it’s been awhile, now is a great time to get there, tour and take part in the festivities.
The National Park Service was created by an act signed by President Woodrow Wilson on August 25, 1916. Yellowstone National Park was established by an Act signed by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872, as the nation’s first national park. There are currently 400 national parks available to visit, so whether you’re embarking on a staycation or you’re traveling the country, there’s one to see. Every year, more than 300 million people visit the parks.
Waterproof phone case: Have you ever gotten water in your phone, and then maybe had to put it in a bowl of rice or, unfortunately, have to get a new phone altogether? The Waterproof Phone Case from Overboard in Surrey, England, solves that problem. It comes in sizes for both the Android and iPhone and you can even take calls while your phone is safely sealed within the waterproof case. So get in that pool or ocean because you won’t miss a thing.