It’s never too early for Christmas, right? Well OK, I know some people who are saying “YES!!!” very, very loudly right now. But when one of the Gaylord Resorts is offering up to 40% off its tickets to ICE! during a 72-hour online flash sale, perhaps it can be Christmas in September for a little bit.
Here are the details:
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About a month ago, I was in the middle of writing an article about a Starbucks offer. Here was the great title I came up with.
Starbucks: Get $10 When You Buy $10 E-Gift Card With Visa Checkout
There was just one problem. By the time I wrote the article and double checked the links before publishing it, the offer was gone.
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It’s a question that’s gone on for decades – how much SHOULD you tip hotel housekeeping staff? We intended to find out.
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We’ve all been there. You have a cold or really bad allergies or a sinus or ear infection, you’re on a plane at nearly 35,000 feet and your ears are just about KILLING you. They’re not popping, the pressure is building, you’re afraid you’re going to break an ear drum, and all the gum, candy and swallowing in the world doesn’t help. But there’s nothing you can do except suck it up and accept the pain, right? Wrong.
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A while back, I wrote this post, which detailed why your hotel safe might not be as safe as you’d like to think. It included YouTube videos of how to easily open a variety of locked hotel safes, as well as some viable alternatives to hotel safes. Full disclosure: it was totally a “do as I say, not as I do” post, because although I bring my laptop with me during all of my travel, I was still putting it in the hotel safe (or worse, in the bottom of my suitcase, under the clothes, because nobody would EVER look there, right? #rolleyes). I know, I know…bad Sharon! So I decided to put my money where my mouth was and bought a PacSafe brand Travelsafe 12L GII portable safe a couple of weeks ago. Here’s my review of it.
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We have several items that we always bring with us when we travel. Now, these items aren’t very large and we don’t need them every trip but we’re very glad we have them when we do. We don’t even bother to take them out of the suitcases when we unpack after a trip, If we did, there’s a chance we’d forget to put them back. The best thing about these items are they each cost under $10 and you might already have some of them in your own home.
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With so many things you need to remember when going on a trip to Disney World, it’s understandable if you leave something at home. If you forgot your toothbrush, toothpaste or comb, you can get those items at your hotel. However if you have forgotten to bring your high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid or any other prescription medication with you, it could ruin your once in a lifetime trip.
Luckily for you, it isn’t the first time this has happened and pharmacies around the Disney World area are there to help you. Here’s a guide to help you get your medications and get back to enjoying your vacation.
Please note, these instructions below are only if you normally get your medications filled in the United States. If you have forgotten your medication and are from outside the United States, you will need to see a medical provider in US to get medications.
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