Category: Travel Tips

Easy to Follow Tips for Packing a Wrinkle-Free Suit

Business trips (and even some vacations) make packing a suit necessary. According to Travel + Leisure, garment bags are the easiest way to avoid wrinkles, but they’re hardly the simplest luggage to manage between destinations. There’s a simpler method, however, to avoid unappealing and unprofessional wrinkles while carrying a suit conveniently in a carry-on bag. […]

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Coping with a Cancelled Flight

Holidays often hit a snag due to a delayed flight. But a delay is nothing compared to the news that a flight has been cancelled. So what do you do in this situation? The Telegraph provided a guide for coping with the cancellation of a flight. First, travellers should confirm that their flight has indeed […]

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Top Local Shopping in Sydney

Sydney can certainly hold its own when it comes to luxury and local shopping. Several districts are renowned for their shopping spots, so follow ALuxuryTravelBlog.com‘s guide to finding the best suburbs for local shopping in Sydney: Bondi Beach has a great summer fashion scene and top local boutiques. Gould and Hall Streets are hot tips […]

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Mobile Apps to Ease Travel

If there’s any time that mobile apps have the potential to truly shine it’s while we travel. Whether for business or pleasure, being away from home can be stressful. Now is the time to stay informed and connected, yet most of our usual methods are out of reach. Well-designed travel apps can fill that gap […]

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Budget Travelling Tips

With the thought of upcoming holiday expenses, many potential travellers are wondering if they’ll need to stay home for this holiday season. While travelling can be expensive, it doesn’t have to be. According to the Planet D, while extravagant travelling obviously has its appeal, travelling on a shoestring budget can be just as much fun. […]

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A Guide to Walking Along the Beautiful Brisbane River

One novel way to experience the beauty and charm of Brisbane is to take a relaxing walk along the Brisbane River. The Brisbane River winds in a zigzag pattern across much of the Queensland capital. If you are staying at a hotel or apartment in Brisbane CBD, you can set off on foot for an […]

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Exploring Brisbane’s Architectural Heritage

Brisbane has been described as a modern city with the heart of a charming country town, yet there is a lot more to Australia’s third-largest city. Brisbane has its own cultural attractions, among with is its cutting-edge architecture and strong architectural heritage. If you are visiting Brisbane, you could check out these examples of Brisbane […]

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Best Places to Swim on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is one of the most popular destinations for international and local travellers in Australia. It is well known for its amazing beach views, pristine beaches, and swimming spots. If you are looking for a great swimming spot for you and the family, here are some of the best beaches on the Gold […]

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Easy Day Trips Close to Sydney

Sydney is known for its numerous attractions, including the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Yet if you are holidaying in Sydney, it may be worthwhile to plan a few day trips outside the city, as Sydney is close to some wonderful destinations, all within a short drive of your Sydney apartment or hotel. These […]

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Planning a Longer Stay in Australia’s Capital Cities

Whether you’re visiting on business or you just want a long, leisurely holiday, organising an extended stay in a major city requires some planning and forethought. Accommodation When you’re only in town for a couple of days, a hotel or motel is perfectly adequate and there are plenty of good quality, affordable establishments in and […]

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