Travel tips for travelers

House vs Hotel While Traveling

Traveling these days is all about immersing more in the local culture – we want to truly experience cities like a local, not just stare at famous buildings from afar. Whether it’s going off the beaten path to find a new restaurant, attempting to learn a new language, or using public transportation, travelers today are […]

By |February 12th, 2015|Travel Tips|3 Comments

Surviving Business Travel

We all love traveling for fun – seeing family or friends, exploring new cities or relaxing on the beach. But when we’re traveling for work the thought of packing, airport security and flying feels much more like a chore. Odds are, you’ll have to travel for work at some point for a conference, client visit or company meeting. […]

By |February 12th, 2015|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Give Back While You Travel

Traveling itself is one of the greatest opportunities we have – getting to see so many beautiful sights, immersing oneself in different cultures, trying new foods, and meeting new people. Wouldn’t it be nice to give back to these communities you’ve visited that gave so much to you? Here’s a few ideas on how you can give back while […]

By |February 4th, 2015|Travel Tips|1 Comment

Sleeping in Airports

Whether it’s a cancelled flight or a long layover, chances are you’ve considered sleeping in airports, or at least thought about grabbing a quick nap. Getting a quick nap in or a full nights’ sleep, you’ve no doubt found that sleeping in airports is both difficult and loud. So we’ve compiled a list of tips to […]

By |February 2nd, 2015|Travel Tips|1 Comment

Tips from the Tripps

I'm Tina Tripp, and along with my husband Ted, daughter Ashley, and son Austin, we are the Tripps, and we use TripCase whenever we travel. With TripCase, my husband stays organized on his business trips, I can keep up to date on where he is while he's traveling, and we can all keep our family trips organized and running smoothly (which makes for happy travels)!

By |January 20th, 2015|Travel Tips|10 Comments

The Truth About Turbulence

We’ve all been on those flights when the seatbelt sign comes on and the turbulence starts. You look to the person next to you, you hold on tight to the armrest or you close your eyes to try and ignore it. But really, how dangerous can turbulence be? We’ve heard stories like the United Airlines […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Travel Tips|1 Comment

How to Survive Holiday Travel

Traveling home (and back) for the holidays is no easy task. In fact, in addition to the busiest travel day of the year, it’s probably one of the most stressful days! Worrying about winter storms, flight delays, traffic jams and the 25 million other travelers make traveling for the holidays one of the worst travel times in the […]

By |November 24th, 2014|Travel Tips|0 Comments

#TravelTips from TripCase: Natasha’s Tips

Natasha Sanchez is our Marketing Communications Manager, and is quite the jetsetter, with over 20 trips in her TripCase! Today’s #TravelTips features Natasha and her dream of traveling to Argentina to witness a real tango show. She wouldn’t leave, of course, without her trusty pashmina and iPad for traveling. Natasha likes to relax with a good movie […]

By |September 27th, 2014|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Save Money By Combining Business And Leisure Travel

One of the travel trends that have been increasing in popularity over the past few years is the merging of business and leisure travel. As younger professionals begin traveling for work, they’re increasingly adding a couple of days of leisure travel, in a phenomenon some have dubbed “bleisure” (we really hope the name doesn’t stick). […]

By |September 16th, 2014|Travel Tips|2 Comments

How To: Get Sleep On An Airplane

We’ve all been there – stuck on a red-eye flight home after a long series of meetings. If you’re a seasoned traveler, you already know that it’s entirely possible to actually sleep, even in coach seating. It’s not great sleep, but it’s possible, nonetheless. For those who don’t know, here’s a helpful series of illustrations […]

By |August 29th, 2014|Travel Tips|7 Comments