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Try Traditional Singalong On A Long Road Trip With Kids PDF Print E-mail


Because of the worldwide coronavirus scare, many travelers will opt for springtime auto journeys. If that’s your plan, fight the boredom of hours of long highway stretches by a singalong. Do it with old familiar songs, and lure the passengers away from today’s so-called music. No need for screaming discordant loud rock they must endure on TV, radio and thru smartphones.

For example, consider some oldie goodies with easy lyrics: You Are My Sunshine, Man On The Flying Trapeze, Four Leaf Clover, There’s A Tavern In The Town, The Gang’s All Here and others. You can find the lyrics online, then print sheets to hand out to riders in your car. You and your passengers will be happily surprised, especially young ones, at what time-passing roadie fun it can b

 
Fly Clean With Wipes & Never Use Aircraft Seat Pocket PDF Print E-mail


Medical experts advise you to steer clear of that little holder bag on the back of the seat in front of you. Too often, bare feet, dirty diapers, outdated food and soiled underwear are stashed in them.

It’s also a good idea to take disposable medicated tissues aboard, and before you sit down, wipe off the headrest, seatbelt buckle and tray table. Also, when you gotta go into airport and aircraft toilets, wipe off the inside handle of the doors and other surfaces. With the spread of coronavirus, it’s always wise to fly as hygienically as possible, or not fly until the problem settles down.

 
Coronavirus Effect: Gas Prices May Keep Lowering PDF Print E-mail


Along with all the travel bad news, springtime drivers may experience some good news. The national average price of gas is $2.38, down 6 cents from a month ago, and continues to drop. That’s usually when gas prices go higher for warm weather travel season.

The worldwide disease is affecting the market because it is causing flights, cruises and other forms of travel to be drastically reduced. Therefore, if you can get thru all the bad news of spreading coronavirus disease and Wall Street stock market crash, hop in your car and hit the road!

 
Coronavirus Fears Cause Travel Cancelations & Lower Prices PDF Print E-mail


If you’re thinking of springtime travel, note that amusement parks, airlines, hotels, cruise lines and other businesses that depend on travelers are slashing prices as worldwide coronavirus concerns grow. The deals are because of losing customers with travel cancellations and fears causing low demand.

When booking for spring break and other seasonal events, be sure you’re aware of the areas where the epidemic illness has been most serious. Then, while traveling take all necessary precautions to protect yourself from the illness with personal cleanliness and medical advice.

For all trips, take prescribed medications, disposable tissues, mouthwash, first aid kit and other necessary anti-infection items. When you arrive at your destination in the U.S. and other world sites, familiarize yourself with local medical facilities in case you note serious illness symptoms that begin to affect your heath.

 
Spend Some Springtime Sunshine In The Sonoran Desert PDF Print E-mail


For example, vacation home booking site Vrbo suggests Scottsdale, Arizona. Lovely town with great restaurants, shops and surrounding desert landscapes. Daytime temperatures spike to 80 degrees in March and April. And one fun thing to do is attend pre-season San Francisco Giants' practice games at Scottsdale Stadium.

Budget tip: When planning, check the Experience Scottsdale tourism website for city attractions, including hiking among brilliant cactus blossoms and river rafting. If you’ll be there for several days, consider an Airbnb. A three-bedroom vacation rental home with a pool on Vrbo starts at $133/night.

 
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