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!!Top 10 Reasons Millennials need Travel Insurance!!

 

!. there Non traditional Travelers

2. they Value the Personal Touch

3. they have a 24 - 7 Mindset

4. They are Fit and Active

5. They're Highly Social

6. They're in Family Planning Mode

7. they Like to go Local

8. they Want Exclusive Access

9. They "Must " be connected

10. They are Healthy, but "not" Invincible

  • My London Experience!

    11/28/2017 10:16:27 AM Link 0 comments | Add comment

    Traveling to London has never been so easy!

    Take a long weekend, and explore, holiday shop, do everything on your bucket list you have ever wanted to try!

    My london experience was whirlwind, leave Friday night, arrive Saturday, work, tour, eat, expore, mingle, fly home!

    I visited all the areas of London that you would want to see in two hours during a private tour!

    Staying in Trafalgar Square was a blast, walking to everything, seeing U2 perfom from the roof top of the Trafalgar St. James Hotel, while munching, drinking and mingling with some of the best people I know!

    How do you do it? 

    Plan what you want to see, how you want to see it, add in a tour or two, make sure you make time to shop, and walk, and munch along the way.

    Tea has never been so incredible till you have it at the 11 Cadogen Gardens hotel - shopping is close by!

    If you or your children are Harry Potter Fans:

    If so, make sure they travel to London before 28FEB18 to visit the 'History of Magic' exhibit at the British Library. Your clients will have a chance to see rare books, manuscripts, and magical objects capturing traditions of folklore and magic that inspired the author of the Harry Potter books.  Art fans headed to London this winter should not miss the Cezanne exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. And don't forget about OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show at the Royal Albert Hall, 07JAN to 11FEB18. 

     

  • My London Experience!

    11/28/2017 10:15:01 AM Link 0 comments | Add comment

    Traveling to London has never been so easy!

    Take a long weekend, and explore, holiday shop, do everything on your bucket list you have ever wanted to try!

    My london experience was whirlwind, leave Friday night, arrive Saturday, work, tour, eat, expore, mingle, fly home!

    I visited all the areas of London that you would want to see in two hours during a private tour!

    Staying in Trafalgar Square was a blast, walking to everything, seeing U2 perfom from the roof top of the Trafalgar St. James Hotel, while munching, drinking and mingling with some of the best people I know!

    How do you do it? 

    Plan what you want to see, how you want to see it, add in a tour or two, make sure you make time to shop, and walk, and munch along the way.

    If you or your children are Harry Potter Fans:

    If so, make sure they travel to London before 28FEB18 to visit the 'History of Magic' exhibit at the British Library. Your clients will have a chance to see rare books, manuscripts, and magical objects capturing traditions of folklore and magic that inspired the author of the Harry Potter books.  Art fans headed to London this winter should not miss the Cezanne exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. And don't forget about OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show at the Royal Albert Hall, 07JAN to 11FEB18. 

     

  • My London Experience!

    11/28/2017 10:15:00 AM Link 0 comments | Add comment

    Traveling to London has never been so easy!

    Take a long weekend, and explore, holiday shop, do everything on your bucket list you have ever wanted to try!

    My london experience was whirlwind, leave Friday night, arrive Saturday, work, tour, eat, expore, mingle, fly home!

    I visited all the areas of London that you would want to see in two hours during a private tour!

    Staying in Trafalgar Square was a blast, walking to everything, seeing U2 perfom from the roof top of the Trafalgar St. James Hotel, while munching, drinking and mingling with some of the best people I know!

    How do you do it? 

    Plan what you want to see, how you want to see it, add in a tour or two, make sure you make time to shop, and walk, and munch along the way.

    If you or your children are Harry Potter Fans:

    If so, make sure they travel to London before 28FEB18 to visit the 'History of Magic' exhibit at the British Library. Your clients will have a chance to see rare books, manuscripts, and magical objects capturing traditions of folklore and magic that inspired the author of the Harry Potter books.  Art fans headed to London this winter should not miss the Cezanne exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. And don't forget about OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show at the Royal Albert Hall, 07JAN to 11FEB18. 

     

  • My London Experience!

    11/28/2017 10:15:00 AM Link 0 comments | Add comment

    Traveling to London has never been so easy!

    Take a long weekend, and explore, holiday shop, do everything on your bucket list you have ever wanted to try!

    My london experience was whirlwind, leave Friday night, arrive Saturday, work, tour, eat, expore, mingle, fly home!

    I visited all the areas of London that you would want to see in two hours during a private tour!

    Staying in Trafalgar Square was a blast, walking to everything, seeing U2 perfom from the roof top of the Trafalgar St. James Hotel, while munching, drinking and mingling with some of the best people I know!

    How do you do it? 

    Plan what you want to see, how you want to see it, add in a tour or two, make sure you make time to shop, and walk, and munch along the way.

    If you or your children are Harry Potter Fans:

    If so, make sure they travel to London before 28FEB18 to visit the 'History of Magic' exhibit at the British Library. Your clients will have a chance to see rare books, manuscripts, and magical objects capturing traditions of folklore and magic that inspired the author of the Harry Potter books.  Art fans headed to London this winter should not miss the Cezanne exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. And don't forget about OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show at the Royal Albert Hall, 07JAN to 11FEB18. 

     

  • My London Experience!

    11/28/2017 10:14:53 AM Link 0 comments | Add comment

    Traveling to London has never been so easy!

    Take a long weekend, and explore, holiday shop, do everything on your bucket list you have ever wanted to try!

    My london experience was whirlwind, leave Friday night, arrive Saturday, work, tour, eat, expore, mingle, fly home!

    I visited all the areas of London that you would want to see in two hours during a private tour!

    Staying in Trafalgar Square was a blast, walking to everything, seeing U2 perfom from the roof top of the Trafalgar St. James Hotel, while munching, drinking and mingling with some of the best people I know!

    How do you do it? 

    Plan what you want to see, how you want to see it, add in a tour or two, make sure you make time to shop, and walk, and munch along the way.

    If you or your children are Harry Potter Fans:

    If so, make sure they travel to London before 28FEB18 to visit the 'History of Magic' exhibit at the British Library. Your clients will have a chance to see rare books, manuscripts, and magical objects capturing traditions of folklore and magic that inspired the author of the Harry Potter books.  Art fans headed to London this winter should not miss the Cezanne exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. And don't forget about OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show at the Royal Albert Hall, 07JAN to 11FEB18. 

     

  • 10 Reasons To Use A Travel Agent In 2017

    10/11/2017 5:23:03 PM Link 0 comments | Add comment

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    Courtesy of Travel Market Report

    In this season for giving thanks, we at Travel Market Report want to thank all the professional, smart, caring  travel professionals who have supported and befriended us this past year. 

    In their honor, we bring you 10 reasons why you should always use a professional travel agent—and this year more than ever.

    1. Buying travel is a unique purchase, because you are buying both a product and a service. 
    A travel agent know how to sell both parts—the airline and resort and cruise line that best match your needs, and the service that will guarantee your vacation is seamless and stress-free.

    2. Travel agents are trained to take a critical look at each piece in your trip puzzle.
    They make sure each piece meets your specific needs, so you’re happy with every penny you spent.

    3. They can make sense of the multitude of offers from cruise lines and airlines and hotels.  
    This year travel companies are offering more brands than ever before in history—on land, in the air and on the seas. Is Fathom the right cruise for you? Is Delta Light good enough? A travel professional can decipher the subtle differences and choose the one that fits your requirements for this unique trip.

    4. Travel professionals save you time and money.  
    Whether they charge a fee, as many do, or base their businesses on commissions, the time and money you spend with them will be returned to you many times over in the form of perks, upgrades, convenience and great service. 

    5. They are your advocate.  
    Whether you need an upgrade to an ocean view or a ticket out of harm’s way after an earthquake, your travel agent will be there for you, intervening with suppliers on your behalf.

    6. They are the experts.  
    Like a doctor or an accountant, a travel counselor will ask the right questions, listen to your answers, understand your pain, and offer expert advice to guide you in making one of your most important decisions—how to spend your invaluable time off. Because there are no do-overs for a vacation gone wrong.

    7. Knowledge is power.  
    From the visa and passport requirements to the name of the maître d’ at the best restaurant in town, a good travel agent has the inside information that makes your trip perfect. 

    8. They have your back.  
    When things go wrong, a travel professional knows whom to call to get it fixed on the spot. If your flight is canceled, just have a seat and pick up the phone while the rest of the passengers are lined up trying to rebook. Didn't get the room category you booked? No need to argue with the front desk. One call will get it corrected.

    9. They are your personal shopper. 
    Over time your travel professional gets to know you and your family, your likes and dislikes. You are so much more than a sale to them—and they provide the human connection that makes every transaction more pleasant and meaningful. Plus by supporting local businesses, you support your community.

    10. They can offer customized experiences that no one else can.  

    After 20 or 30 years in the business, a travel professional has the connections to arrange for the side trips, the special passes, the upgrades and little touches that are not available to the general public. Because in this wide and amazing and wonderful world, you just don't know what you don't know. So ask someone who does—ask your local travel agent!

  
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