Entries for November, 2014

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5 Must-Visit Historic Sites in New England

5 Must-Visit Historic Sites in New England

November 20, 2014 No Comments Freedom Trail – Boston, MA  Freedom Trail is a 2 ½ mile walking tour of 16 historic sites within the Boston National Historical Park. Visitors can walk on self-guided (free) tours or guided (paid) tours and see some of the places in pre-Revolutionary America’s Colonial Boston. Some highlights of the best sites along the trail ...

 

Teaching Money Management to Kids on Vacation

Teaching Money Management to Kids on Vacation

November 10, 2014 No Comments A vacation is a time to kick back and enjoy some family fun, but it is also packed with teachable moments that are easy to implement. One of the biggest teaching opportunities on any vacation is money management. Unless you happen to be independently wealthy, every phase of your trip is filled with budgetary considerations. ...

 

Armed Forces Vacation Club: Great Last-Minute Deals for Military Travelers

Armed Forces Vacation Club: Great Last-Minute Deals for Military Travelers

November 5, 2014 No Comments If you or someone in your family is an active duty or retired member of the Armed Forces or a civilian Department of Defense employee or retiree, the Armed Forces Vacation Club offers fantastic savings on condos and other accommodations around the world. The inventory is managed by a time share company that releases unused ...

 

Disney on a Shoestring: Are Special Events and Packages Worth the Money?

Disney on a Shoestring: Are Special Events and Packages Worth the Money?

November 1, 2014 No Comments Walt Disney World offers a seemingly endless array of separately priced special events and packages, from Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party to the Feel the Force package during Star Wars Weekends. Events are held after-hours, while packages offer preferential treatment during regular park hours. If you are on a limited budget, you might wonder whether ...