With COVID-19 vaccines being administered in the U.S. and other countries, travel is starting to pick up again. Yeah! If you’re one of the many over 40 solo travelers dying to fly the friendly skies (yes, they are still friendly), use my 15 travel planning tips for successful solo travel during COVID-19.
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You don’t have a friend or family as backup if you forgot something for your long flight when you’re traveling solo. Missing something on your packing list can be avoided if you travel with these 15 long-haul flight essentials. They will not only make your long, over 50 travel more enjoyable, but most are
How did I navigate the EU travel restrictions and successfully travel 7 European countries as an American traveler? Check out my travel tips and what I did to prepare for travel during Covid-19, and traveled safely during Covid-19, on my 2021 Europe solo travel to make your Europe 2022 trip planning easy.
(UPDATED 2/10/22) The Palace of Versailles is undoubtedly the biggest tourist draw in Versailles, less than 40km southwest of Paris. Yep, that means big tourist lines. If you’ll be coming from Paris, too, don’t fear. Read on to find out how to do
There may be reasons why you can’t travel when you want to (who said “pandemic”?), but don’t fret. There are ways to feel like you’re getting away without leaving home. Try these 10 ways to travel without traveling over 40. They’ll get you through those tough, non-travel times.
(UPDATED 2/10/22) When someone hears of Paris, they cannot help think of the Eiffel Tower. If you are going to Paris for the first time, let me provide you vital Eiffel Tower tips to plan your Eiffel Tower visit in Paris so you don’t walk away from
One of the reasons why I started CORR Travel was due to the continual feedback I’ve received from people in my country when I talk with them about my travels, such as, “Oh, I wish I could go to…” or, “I don’t have the money (or time) to go to….”. No matter how I try to convince them that, with some planning and time, they can travel. I fear many don’t follow through, though. So, why don’t Americans travel more?
Remember the days when you could arrive at the airport 10 minutes before your flight left, cruise through security in ten seconds by just putting your baggage on the security belt, and walk right on to the airplane? Yah, those days are long gone. With all of the security measures, baggage lines and others we deal with, here are the best ways to save time in airport lines.
You’re ready to start traveling solo for the first time. You’ve been reading online about what’s important and what’s not in traveling solo. You may start to feel confused or overwhelmed. Understandable, especially if you’re venturing beyond your comfort zone. Well, I’m here to make it easy for you with this “Step 1” for planning your first solo trip.