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Bucket List Destinations You Can Skip

Money Examiners strives to be your full-service financial guide. Included in that pledge are travel ideas for where you may want to go next. It occurred to us, though, that guiding you where TO go, is incomplete without also guiding you AWAY from the overrated, the tired and played out, and the lame. Don’t you […]

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Where the Super-Rich Vacation

You can’t put a price on spending quality time with your nearest and dearest. While the rest of the world is crying about finances, you’re thinking about making the most of vacation time. Getting away from it all can be difficult, but not if you have your own private island or you are able to […]

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Cruise Vacation Pitfalls to Avoid

Whether you’re a first-timer on the open seas or a veteran cruiser, an oceanline vacation is an awful lot of fun. There’s a special tingle in your leg when you board the ship. It’s like you are entering a craft that was built just for your good time. Contrast that feeling with the airport cattle […]

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Plan a Winter Trip to a National Park

What do you think when I say, “National Park?” Most people think of summer vacation with the family taking a road trip to Yellowstone, Yosemite, or Acadia. Good memories, those. But did you know that a winter wonderland awaits at a National Park? The sparse crowds bring to mind the National Park system that Teddy Roosevelt […]

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Master The Art of Traveling with 4 Steps

If you have traveled, you know that it is one of the best ways to explore new places, see parts of your country you haven’t seen before, and see other countries. Traveling gives you the opportunity to not only see the different parts of the world but to interact with the people who live there. […]

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Planning Your First Fall Color Road Trip

Did you know that there is already fall color in the trees up in the northern climes of New England? Autumn is a season that descends gradually on the United States, rather than landing all at once (as summer did this year). This is a blessing because it means you can take as many as […]

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NFL Games That You Can Afford to Attend

The temperatures remain high, but the light looks different. Shorter days herald the end of summer and the beginning of footba… er, fall. Ah, now there we go letting the cat out of the bag. But, who can blame us? The smell of the tailgating, the head rush when the home team scores the winning […]

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