Labor Day Weekend

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My Labor Day Weekend Top Spots!

#1 – Savannah, Georgia:

– Beautiful architecture, amazing southern comfort food & classic southern hospitality

– Notable events over Labor Day weekend, such as Tybee Island’s Labor Day Beach Bash

– Historic B&B’s such as “Planter’s Inn.”

#2 – Las Vegas:

– America’s playground year-round but hosts some of the hottest parties and events over Labor Day – see vegas.com for a full list. Affordable package deals can be found on kayak.com.

#3 – Miami Beach, Florida

– While typically known as a “winter sun” spot, prices tend to be lower to visit this time of year.

– Soak up the Latin flavor on the infamous South Beach for as low as $500 per person (two nights, flights included) over labor day weekend found on Expedia.com.

4# – Montauk (on the tip of long Island)

– Long stretches of coastline & beautiful beaches offer a range of activities for families and young professionals alike

– A list of local B&B’s can be found on hotels.com, but my recommendation is the Montauk Beach House for a guaranteed fun Labor Day scene!

Travel Deals on Fox & Friends

August may be the best time to book cheap flights for travel between November and January. Skyscanner found that last year, holiday-related flights booked in the 33rd week of the year were the most affordable. So booking flights the week of August 10th could save you the most money. So where do you need to look and what should you do to get the best bang for your travel buck on travel deals?

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Honeymoon Tips

Hi there its me again, Miss Travel Guru. Fresh from the beach and newly engaged! Here to bring you some tips on one major travel topic – the honeymoon.

The joy of engagement quickly turns to panic for many of us prepping for that special day. But before you know it, it’ll be free time, beach time, him-and-you honeymoon time!

1. Decide how much activity you want in your honeymoon. Do you want to see a million museums or lie on by the pool for a week? Even if you are planning a cultural tour of Europe, start with some R&R at a comfortable spot before booking in all the site seeing.

2. Set your budget. Seasons have a big impact on honeymoon travel choices. Postponing the honeymoon to a less expensive season and booking as far in advance as possible could save you more than a few bucks!

3. Research weather. While summer is a popular time for weddings, summertime varies according to geography… and comes with a wack of humidity in many places as South America. You don’t want to be arguing over the broken A/C unit in your hotel all week.

4. Consider travel time. If you only have a week off of work, don’t spend two days on an airplane. You should also consider jet-lag. If it’s a hike to your ideal destination, see if you can’t find a happier compromise closer to home, to maximize your honeymoon happiness.

5. Talk to a travel agent. If you’re already overwhelmed with wedding planning, it could help to have someone else manage the honeymoon details!