Thursday, March 5, 2015

Winter Travel Vacation And You.

Winter travel doesn't come without its risks. If you are setting off somewhere off the beaten path, be sure to pack all the necessary safety and first aid equipment. Don’t forget to consider insulated thermos flasks, ice picks, crampons,heat packs, a compass, flashlight, freeze-dried food, camping equipment or climbing gear.  Successful winter travel is all about successful navigation of winter weather.
We want all our readers to get to and from their destinations with minimum trouble and maximum enjoyment -- and, most importantly, to always arrive safe and sound, no matter what sort of snow, ice, sleet or freezing rain you may encounter. To that end, here are some tips, tactics and ideas to help you avoid spending your winter stuck in airports or on roadsides  Steer clear of influenza. 

            Winter travel can be a frequent contributor to the cold and flu time of year, adding a miserable element to your winter or holiday travel stress. Before you leave, visit your doctor's office to get the flu shot or nasal spray flu vaccine 

           Stock up on chap stick, moisturizer and sunscreen, winter cold is hard on the skin and your face will get chapped from the wind and cold. Have some soothing creams to keep you comfortable  the experience is what makes the memories.   

           Sometimes the weather at your airport might be fine, but delays and cancellations ripple down, owing to weather problems in other parts of the country. Once you've selected a flight, and before you book, check where your airplane will be coming from the winter flights can be delay are cancel and these can happen anywhere. Although there are now federal regulations to prevent delays in excess of three hours, we are essentially still at the mercy of the airlines when snow and storms strike.  passenger stranding, and airport woe's   No matter what destination you plan with your family it’s the experience that matte 

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