Travel tips

After retirement, many people look forward to travelling with their grandchildren. They want to spend quality time with them, and what better way to do so than by taking a trip together? Whether you are taking a trip to Disneyland, going camping or taking a road trip, it’s important for grandparents to understand what they are signing up for. To make your trip fun and memorable, here are some travel planning tips:

Having a good travel bag can be worth its weight in gold. You want something that is durable, dependable and can fit all your travel essentials. From backpacks to carry-ons, full-size suitcases, laptop bags and more, there are countless options to choose from. Travel bags also are available in a wide price range, and it’s no secret that luggage can be really expensive.

Every year, Canadians take a trip across the border to the United States. Although there are various reasons Canadians like to travel south, one of them is familiarity. Of all the countries in the world, the US is one that is possibly the most similar to Canada. We share the same language and have similar geography and culture. There are many comparison points – that is, until you start comparing the laws.

The airline you choose to fly with can have a major impact on your overall flight experience. Even though all airlines seem to be similar, every airline has differences that makes it unique: simple things, such as their approach to customer service, the size and number of flights they offer, how they handle issues that arise during air travel and pricing and seat options, all play a role in determining how Canadians perceive them.