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Share Lets You Keep Your Friends and Family Informed

At TripCase, we’re all about helping you be brilliant while traveling. While this obviously starts with easy-t0-find weather, seat maps, and other information, it also includes finding ways to make other aspects of your travel less stressful. When you’re traveling, there’s pretty much guaranteed to be someone who is concerned with how your trip is going. This might be your boss, coworker, or admin, or it might be your spouse, parents, or roommate. Whoever it is, it should be easy for you to keep them informed. With TripCase, we make this possible using our Share feature.

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My Chaotic Life

This Crazy Life

The alarm goes off and it’s time to start the day.  It’s going to be a great day!  Looking at the family calendar I find myself relaxing.  Who would have ever thought that today of all days would be the first day in a long time where there was not anything planned on the home front? Shriek! The kids are up and about to interrupt what was once a moment of bliss – silence.  Let the day begin.

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Preview Your Next Travel Destination With Drones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Travel has always had an air of uncertainty, especially when traveling to a place that you’ve never been before. With the advent of the Internet and digital photography, we were given additional insight into our travel destinations. However, photography isn’t always 100% accurate. We’ve all experienced being wooed by photos on a hotel’s website, only to discover they were taken when the location opened – 20 years ago. Today, a new website called TravelByDrone has been launched (if you’ll forgive the pun) to help.

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Tips For An Easy Hotel Stay

For most travelers, living out of a suitcase becomes a way of life. However, there’s no reason you can’t make your hotel room feel a bit more comfortable. Here’s a few quick tips to make your stay more enjoyable.

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Wanted: Local Event Information For All Cities In One Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am reluctantly writing this blog from Starbucks because all the homegrown coffee shops I generally prefer to work from: Mudsmith, Ascension, or Drip Coffee are all closed for Memorial Day. Whether I’m at home or traveling, I prefer homegrown establishments not only because I feel like I’m supporting the local economy, but because they generally offer me greater insight into the culture of a city. I’m not only referring to coffee shops, but also places like restaurants, bars, theaters, parks, and museums. I don’t just want their names and how many stars they are rated. I would also like to know what events are going on at these places from a week to week basis. This level of information is what would help me truly connect to a new city…and what typically takes me the most time researching as I plan for an upcoming trip. Is there a local artist opening that week at a gallery I’d be interested in? Are the Quaker City Nighthawks playing at such and such bar Saturday night? Is there a 5k I can join while I’m there? Is there a community market popping up that week near my hotel?

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