Holiday travel traditions can be as simple as counting cows or playing the alphabet game or looking for all the license plates in the USA as you drive to be with family. Along the way, you have many opportunities to expand the drive to make some new traditions. Here are a few ideas…
Today, you can go to virtually any major city across the world and find moving memorials to veterans. From the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, to the ANZAC War Memorial in Sydney, these have been built to commemorate those who lost their lives fighting for their countries in various battles and wars.
While these monuments often highlight dark times, they are very important to visit and remember none the less. No matter where you are across America, the history of not only the country, but also the world, has been shaped by brave men and women who have served in the Armed Forces.
What you will find when visiting many of these veteran’s memorials is how beautifully designed and built they are. It makes them worth visiting for that alone, never mind the importance behind them.
With Veteran’s Day coming up, we’ll take a look at some beautiful Veteran’s memorials to visit the next time you’re in any of these cities.
The holiday season is approaching, which means millions of people will be heading out on the road, airports, and train stations in the coming months. The travel industry is well aware of the increased demand, so it shouldn’t be surprised that prices tend to go up during this busy travel season.
But, that doesn’t mean there still aren’t deals to be had and ways to save on holiday travel. Here, we’ll cut right to the chase and give you ten ways to save on holiday travel this season.
While scary movies come out every year, the Halloween holiday is probably the best time of year to remember and appreciate the classics. In between the trick-or-treating, candy-eating, and pumpkin-carving, queue up one of these freaky films … if you dare.