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Donny introduces this time some travel tips
7 Jun 2017
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Travel Clinic NYC provide all types of vaccinations so that you can enjoy long stay abroad without catching any medical issues. For more information watch this full video.
20 Mar 2017
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Philippines Taxis When you want to travel in the Philippines, It's very important to not get ripped off when you arrive at the Manila Airport! It would definitely make your stay in the Philippines start with a bad day. Here's a few travel tips regarding taxis: 1. Visit the 'departures' area of Manila airport to find a taxi driver The 'arrivals' pickup area at Manila airport is filled with scammers and bad taxi drivers. (This is true with most international airports) They've got a continual stream of desperate travelers trying to decipher their Lonely Planet books and asking them for rates. The drivers know they can typically quote an insanely high price and still pick up a passenger. They will rip off any innocent-looking tourist that just recklessly jumps into any available taxi. There are many ripoff cases that happen to every tourist, the airport security are helpless in preventing them due to the sheer number of people everyday. 2. Know where you are going before getting in the taxi cab Watch your destination and current location on Google maps and watch to make sure the taxi follows the correct route. If your taxi driver sees that you have a map, he'll be less likely to drive in circles trying to rip you off! Having Google Maps on hand is not one of the travel essentials. 3. Don't put your bag in the trunk of the car Every day unknowing tourists put their bags in the back of unknown cabs. Their driver brings them to their final destination, and then hits the gas as soon as they hop out of the passengers seat. Their bag is gone, they have no idea where it's headed, and the police (of course) won't help at all! Cheers, Sean
16 Mar 2017
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The 'Simple Life' concept is pretty straightforward, I dreamed of time away from everyday life with the never ending list of jobs, working full time as a nurse doing long hours and crazy shifts and instead cut out the stress and live a simple life.....even if it is just temporary! So I have taken a career break for a year and hit Southeast Asia, a place I have always dreamed of travelling. After Bangkok I had this idea to vlog my travels and hopefully help others get a taste for a Simple Life
11 Sep 2016
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Great Winter Travel Tips for Luxury Travelers Article highlights: 1. Ways of staying safe in winter 2. Why it is good to listen to weather forecast 3. What it takes to plan ahead 4. The benefits of having your power bank 5. How to make use of flight cancelation times 6. Why it is not good to drive in snow 7. The best way to spend time of delayed flights 8. Interesting facts about winter 9. How winter can rejuvenate dying relationships 10. How to be safety oriented during winter Read more: *******j.mp/29LYfCD #Travel #Luxury #LuxuryTravel
16 Aug 2016
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What are some things that people afraid of flying need to know? Well, let Ranker give you the inside scoop! What these really are are facts meant to try and help you get over your fear of flying. A lot of the time, people with a fear of flying are afraid of the wrong thing. Most times it is flying myths or airplanes. Don't let airplane myths get in the way of you enjoying your next flight, especially if a fear of flight is keeping you away from taking your dream vacation or seeing more of the world. In a way, these are air travel tips or air travel hacks. You know, flying hacks. Hopefully some of these hacks can help you during your next trip.
11 Mar 2016
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One of the most stressful parts of the holiday season is the traveling. From making sure all the bags are packed and the kids are behaving to navigating crowded airports and busy roads, it might seem like a sure way to dampen the holiday spirit. Holiday traveling no longer needs to drive you crazy! Busy working mom and travel expert, Lisa McElroy shares tips that any family that plans on traveling this holiday season needs to know.
11 Dec 2013
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. There’s a reason that one out of every eight Americans calls California home. The warm ocean breeze, sprawling beaches and the laidback California mindset make it an enticing place to settle down, and a popular year-round vacation spot. Whether you want to find your favorite celebrities’ stars on Hollywood’s walk of fame, walk the boardwalk at Venice Beach or visit San Francisco’s historic Castro district, we’re here to help you choose the right portable oxygen concentrator for your trip. If you’re worried about having to drag a heavy concentrator along on your trip to Disneyland, the Freestyle weighs in at less than five pounds, gets 2 and half hours of battery life on a single charge, and an additional 6 hours when you use the Airsep Airbelt. You won’t have to leave the park until you’re ready. If you need a unit that works in both pulse and continuous dose modes, look into the Respironics SimplyGo or the SeQual Eclipse 3. They both function in pulse and continuous, so you’ll have versatility for your oxygen needs. So whether your California destination is North or South (or maybe a combination of everything), you’ll be able to do it all with the right portable oxygen concentrator at your side. Please contact us regarding any questions you have about renting a portable oxygen concentrator. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
30 Oct 2013
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. Arizona is a culturally rich desert land, and Phoenix is the heart of it all, full of Native American history and art. Whether you’re traveling from afar, or a Phoenix native going out on the town, our portable oxygen rentals are just a phone call away. Our sales representatives will help you choose the right portable oxygen concentrator for you, and it will arrive at your doorstep in just a few days. We make it quick and easy, so you can focus on planning your adventure! When you think of Phoenix, Arizona, sweltering heat comes to mind. The desert is a beautiful place, but, during the summer months, the temperatures easily climb into the triple digits, with the average high of 105 degrees. If you have COPD, this would be hard on your health and your oxygen concentrator. Most of our portable concentrators operate at a maximum of 104 F. Plan your trip between March and November, when average temperatures are in the upper 70s. Learn about Phoenix's Native American culture and history at the Heard Museum. The whole family will enjoy the safari train at the Phoenix Zoo. Take a break from the city and head to Papago Park, where you can go hiking, fishing, or just enjoy nature and some fresh air. Be sure to bring an extra, fully-charged battery or external battery pack, so you can enjoy your day without worrying about charging your concentrator. No matter where you go in the city, you won't need to worry about your oxygen concentrator rental getting in the way. Our portable concentrators weigh less than 20 lbs, and quieter than your refrigerator. Even if you catch a movie at Silver Cinemas, the sounds coming from your oxygen concentrator shouldn't disturb anyone. Please contact us regarding any questions you have about renting a portable oxygen concentrator. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
22 Oct 2013
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. The City by the Bay is one of the most interesting and diverse cities in the United States. San Francisco has something for everyone. If you use oxygen therapy and you'd like to visit the city, we can provide you with a portable oxygen concentrator rental that will fit your needs. One of the main things this city is known for is the fog. Some mornings, the fog can be so thick over the city that it disrupts and slows down commutes and all kinds of plans for the day. Even in the summer, fog from the Pacific Ocean can cool the city down significantly. San Francisco enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year, with temperatures between the mid 70s and lower 40s. Coming here during the summer might be your best bet. Because of the amount of moisture in the air most of the year, you will need to take caution with your breathing if you have COPD. A drop in temperature and a spike in humidity is enough to make you sick. Be sure to check the weather before you go. All of our portable oxygen concentrator rentals are approved by the FAA, so you can get on an airplane with them. Call your airline at least 48 hours before your flight to notify them that you are bringing an oxygen concentrator with you. Don't forget to bring at least one extra battery, charged to 100% before your flight. Extra batteries and an external charger are good to have at any point during your trip, just in case. The city offers great public transit, with cable cars, trolleys, cabs and buses, and great deals for people touring the city. If you have the family with you, check out the interactive science attractions at the Exploratorium, or ride the carousel at the San Francisco Zoo. At night, go out on the town to great places like Biscuit and Blues for food, drinks and live music. All our portable oxygen rentals come with carry bags or carts, so you’ll have no problem moving around with even our biggest ones. Please contact us regarding any questions you have about renting a portable oxygen concentrator. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
11 Oct 2013
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. Florida is a popular vacation destination for a reason. With its warm, tropical climate and breathtaking beaches, it’s a top pick for a relaxing getaway. So, don’t let your oxygen needs dictate the way you spend your vacation—take control of them with a portable oxygen concentrator! Whether your destination is South Beach or Boca Raton, you probably have sun and sand on your mind. And, with the right portable concentrator, you’ll be able to stroll the boardwalk in style and comfort and meet your oxygen needs. If you want something low profile, you might look into the Airsep Freestyle. It weighs just 5 pounds – one of the smallest concentrators on the market, today. The Freestyle is also quiet and discreet, so you don’t have to worry about drawing attention to your concentrator. Just set it, forget it and enjoy your vacation. If you’d like something a little more powerful, you may consider going with the Respironics SimplyGo. Though it’s heavier than the Airsep Freestyle, it functions in both pulse dose and continuous flow modes, providing you with the versatility you need to for your treatment. Of course, the beach isn’t the only place you can enjoy your new oxygen freedom. With world-renowned theme parks like Disney World or Universal and countless other destinations, your entertainment options are endless! Before you get on that plane to Florida, make sure your oxygen needs are met. Call us today for any questions you may have about buying or renting a unit. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
11 Oct 2013
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. This video will explain the basics of traveling in a car with your oxygen concentrator. All of our portable concentrators come with a DC power supply that plugs into an automobile cigarette lighter. Several of our units charge the battery under this DC power. One portable oxygen concentrator, the SeQual Eclipse 3, requires that you remove the battery from the unit while operating it in the car. By leaving the battery in the unit, you can draw too much on the vehicle’s own battery. This will result in a depleted car battery. During warmer months, the inside of a car can reach temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It is not recommended that you leave your unit in a hot car when not in use. Many of the portable oxygen concentrators have sensitive technology that could be damaged by being exposed to intense heat for a long time. You may speak to one of our sales technicians for information specific to your unit. Please contact us regarding any questions you have about traveling by car with an oxygen concentrator. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
11 Oct 2013
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Glam Globetrotter, Sarah Evans has the scoop on the latest buzz
12 Apr 2013
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Traveling with a BMX bike on an airplane is something that all of us here at Ride do on a regular basis, and so does just about every professional BMX rider out there. Here are a bunch of tips for traveling with a bike without being charged for it...
5 Apr 2013
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Summer holiday booking may be in full swing as travel companies and airlines go into marketing overdrive, however they could be wasting their time with an increasing number of us now considering forgoing our annual break because we can't afford to holiday.
4 Feb 2013
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It can be great fun to spend the holidays with your family and friends, but there always seems to be a few people that you wish to avoid as well. Planning ahead can help you to avoid conflicts when you travel for the holidays. Remember that each person is entitled to their own thoughts and opinions. Agree to disagree on issues that pertain to politics and various types of controversial issues.
30 Dec 2012
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