After a snowy and icy winter, the chilly weather has started to break around Atlanta, and we’re finally experiencing warmer temperatures. Spring is here!
In celebration, a couple of our team members took an afternoon to ride around Atlanta on an Electric Car Tour and got re-acquainted with some of our favorite neighborhoods. Click through for (many) more photos of all the sights.
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Spring is on it’s way and will (hopefully) bring some warmer weather to our side of the world, soon. We’ve been busy preparing new tours and activities to add to our catalog, and some of them are now available for reservations. Check out some of our new options below.
Chicago Favorites Food Tasting & Walking Tour
This one goes out to all the food lovers out there. If you’re interested in exploring the city of Chicago while satisfying your palate, here is the perfect 3-hour stroll through the city. his tour operates outside as much as possible, but will make use of Chicago’s unique underground Pedway system in extremely cold weather. During the warmer days, you’ll enjoy the large promenades of the Loop.Along the way, you’ll try some of the foods Chicago is best known for doing right, including pizza, brownies, hot dogs, and a couple of local brews Read More »
Reserve 123 Website Travel
We like saving money. Chances are, you also like saving money.
Saving money while also having a great time on vacation means returning home a happy camper. You’ve probably had that feeling of dread after a lavish week away from home… that moment you decide to finally check your bank account and face reality. We’d like to help ease the anxiety of that moment, so here are some simple ways to save money on your next trip. Read More »
Now that you’ve finished planning that trip, it’s time to sit back, relax and wait for your departure date to arrive. Except there’s one more thing to remember: securing your home. If you’ll be away for longer than a day or two, you’ll want to take the proper precautions to ensure you empty home is nice and secure. Of course, we’d all love to think the best of the people in or near our community and assume that none of these individuals would pose a threat to our belongings, but it doesn’t hurt to be extra careful anyway. It only takes a few simple steps to increase your home’s level of safety.
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Segway Tours Travel
The Segway PT might just be the most underrated form of transportation in existence today. It runs on a battery, so there’s no need to worry about filling up a gas tank or keeping your carbon footprint in check. It balances itself using computers and motors, so you won’t fall off while riding around, and it keeps you moving at the perfect pace (roughly 12 miles per hour).
Still, when people visit a new city, most opt for a bus tour. Those who enjoy the open air might try a bike or walking tour, but the Segway tours are often overlooked. Well, we’d like to change that. Here are three simple reasons to try a Segway tour. Read More »
So, you’re planning a family trip this year? Maybe you’re traveling for work? Whether you’re a small tribe with multiple children and multiple dogs running around, or a single unit that consists of yourself and your feline friend, if you are leaving your home for an extended period of time, you’ll need to ensure your pet is well taken care of. Depending on the domestic company you keep, there are a few options to consider when making preparations. Here are a handful of ideas to help decide what to do with your pet while you travel. Read More »
Skiing Tours Snowmobile Tours Travel
The dust from the holidays has finally settled. Everyone is getting the most use out of their favorite gifts, the tree has been stripped and tossed and the new health routines are (not?) being broken. We’re also starting to remember the realities of winter weather, unless of course you have a vacation around the corner. In which case, all dietary bets are off. Take advantage of those all-you-can-eat dining options on your cruise, or ride down to the beach and enjoy the most decadent seafood available. If you’re planning a trip to the mountains, seize the chance to have some hot and piping comfort meals to keep you warm.
Vacations are meant to be fully enjoyed, and your ski or snowboarding trip is no exception, despite the freezing temperatures and uncomfortably high altitudes. Altitude sickness can attack even the healthiest individuals, and even if you’re just planning a relaxing weekend at a mile-high cabin, you’ll want to take the proper precautions to ensure you body stays in tip-top shape. Here are a few tips. Read More »
Yesterday, we ran through our highlights from the first half of the year. As the countdown for 2o14 gets underway, we’ll be looking back at the second half of this year and reflecting on the fun we’ve had sharing little bits of info with web surfers. Let’s jump back in! Read More »
My oh my. 2013 is coming to a close, and the new year will be here the next time you blink. We’ve posted quite a few articles over the past 12 months. Some have been informative and strictly travel-related, and others have been a bit more fun and at-random. Let’s take a brief look back, shall we?
On the second day of this year, we talked about The Travel Resolution. Most people make some sort of goal at the beginning of the year, so why not lay out your vision when it comes to traveling? January is the time to get specific about your upcoming plans, take any necessary time off from work and start working out that budget. We always encourage everyone to seize the year if travel is your heart’s desire. Read More »
It’s not quite December 25th, yet, but we’re sure you’ll be too busy unwrapping gifts, drinking eggnog and being generally jolly to stumble across this post tomorrow. So we’re saying good tidings today and wishing everyone a happy and merry holiday.
Wherever you are in the world, and whomever you’re spending this day with, may it as bright as you could’ve ever imagined.
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