Hotel Booking Hacks for Travel Bookers
Post by : Admin on Aug 05,2022
When it comes to booking a hotel for business travelers hotels, your job might not be an easy one if you are the booker. It’s not always easy to match all the preferences of each individual traveler that you might be responsible for. You might be asked to schedule a last-minute trip with very few rooms available when someone decides to attend a convention at the very last minute. When you have options, it’s a rewarding job to find quality accommodations that align with your company t...
A Guide to Corporate Team Building Bus Rentals
Post by : Admin on Jul 28,2022
One of the greatest ways to build team spirit and provide a fun team building experience is through group events held outside the workplace. However, if you are the one planning this event you will soon realize that various factors will come into play such as finding the right transportation. We have compiled some tips to guide you through the process of chartering a bus for your group: Schedule Your Bus Ahead of Time If you are planning a trip, make sure to do it as early as possible,...
15 Practical Tips for Corporate Travelers
Post by : Admin on Jul 21,2022
Traveling for business can be challenging, however, experienced travelers know they can have a much better experience when following certain rules that are guaranteed to work. We created a list of business travel tips and tricks that will help you navigate your next business trip like a pro! 1. Carry-On Bags Only This is one of those packing tips that can easily help you save time. If you want to avoid losing an average 30 minutes at the baggage claim, or even having to go through the hass...
Delayed Flights Provide Opportunities
Post by : Admin on Jul 14,2022
If you travel by air, you may be quite familiar with flight delays. When you’re stuck at the airport waiting for your flight to board, the time can pass by slowly. To avoid being bored for hours on end at the airport, try these four tips to help you make the most of a delayed flight. Catch Up on Emails If your flight is delayed, this is the ideal time to catch up on unread messages and respond to them. Don’t forget to pack your charger or portable battery in your carry-on,...
Tips for First Time Travel Abroad
Post by : Admin on Jul 07,2022
With so many things to take into consideration when you travel internationally for the first time, you’ll find yourself willing to travel more confidently and will eventually become experienced enough to travel from one country to another. Passports and Visa’s The process to apply for a passport can take a lot of time and several weeks to be delivered, so don’t wait to apply for one at the last minute before your departure date. Before you start booking any fli...
Expect Flightmares Ahead
Post by : Admin on Jun 30,2022
What an absolute Flightmare! If you’re traveling this summer, be prepared for flight interruptions. Travelers are experiencing delays and even flight cancellations. Here is what we know: Pilots and other airline workers were offered early retirement packages or were laid off back in 2020 during the pandemic causing a shortage in what we are now seeing in current times. It takes approximately 2-years for a pilot to be fully trained with enough flight hours to fly a commercial airc...
First Time Business Traveler Tips
Post by : Admin on Jun 27,2022
From packing like a pro to spending a little time in the hotel gym, here are a few tips for the first-time business traveler. 1. Pack Like a Pro One small carry-on case, perfectly packed. This should be your goal. Get a good-quality carry-on case, pack light and use packing cubes. Deboard the plane and go straight to your meeting, don’t forget your notebook and pen as they may come in handy. 2. Be Prepared First time business travel might be a little more nerve racking fo...
Visit Our Backyard Part 3
Post by : Admin on Jun 15,2022
Welcome back! As we conclude our mini-series this week of exploring our San Francisco backyard, we’ve picked some attractions that might are perfect for your family and your budget. Chinatown San Francisco is home to the largest Chinatown in the world, and the oldest in the USA, this is one of the best things to do in San Francisco with kids from a cultural perspective as they will feel like they have been transported to China. Wander through the markets and admire the mur...
Visit Our Backyard: San Francisco - Part 2
Post by : Admin on Jun 08,2022
As we continue to help you explore our backyard here in San Francisco, we know that our area has so much to offer that it can be hard to decide what tourist spots to visit. We’ll help you out by sharing some of our favorites and most iconic sites in San Francisco. Coit Tower This slender white concrete column rising from the top of Telegraph Hill, has been an emblem of San Francisco’s skyline since its completion in 1933. Its observation deck provides 360-degree views of the ci...