5 Changes Travel Buffs Must Consider Embracing In 2021

5 Changes Travel Buffs Must Consider Embracing In 2021

Travel was among the worst-hit sectors in 2020 when the pandemic forced airlines, resorts, and hotels to shut down. Things have changed for the better in 2021 after the vaccine rollouts. But the industry is going through a new normal. If you are a travel buff, you will have to realign with the changes. It is best to have clear expectations so that you can take the new normal in a stride. Once you adopt the change, it will be easy to have safe, enjoyable, and budget-friendly trips in 2021 and beyond. Here are the ones you must consider embracing this year.

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Chicago’s Shoreline Sightseeing Architectural Tour #TravelReview

Entertaining and Educating

Shoreline Sightseeing Architectural Tour On the Chicago River

Growing up in the Chicagoland area, students are expected to learn a lot about Illinois history including details about the city of Chicago. Regardless of how many books you read, tests you have taken, and even walks through the city, there is nothing more educating than a trip on the Shoreline Sightseeing Architectural River Tour. That is where history meets modern day and all comes to life!

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Traveling Has Changed — Here’s How

Traveling Has Changed – Here’s How

By Molly Barnes, Digital Nomad Life

Travel isn’t what it used to be, and it’s also not what it will be down the road, either. The best way to put it is that we’re in a state of transition this year, between B.C. (before COVID) and A.D. (after the disease).

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Ever Heard of Glamping Hub?

Since its launch in 2013, Glamping Hub has been one of the world’s leading luxury camping websites. It’s a booking platform for unique accommodations and a great resource for sustainable tourism. With headquarters based in Denver, Colorado and Seville, Spain, they strive to provide you with the best possible glamping experience, while offering superior customer service.

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You may ask, what is glamping? Let’s take a look at what Webster’s dictionary has to say…

Outdoor camping with amenities and comforts (such as beds, electricity, and access to indoor plumbing) not usually used when camping

You can use this website to find glamping spots all over the world, spots with exactly the accommodations that you are looking for. With their inventory of perfect for family vacations, romantic getaways, and near top solo travel destinations, Glamping Hub is the place to book.

To use Glamping Hub, simply enter the location that you are interested in visiting, the check-in and check-out dates, and how many people will be going, then click the search button. This will show you a list of accommodations available in that area. From here, you can filter your choices further by entering a price range, what type of glamping you want to do (cabin, tent, boat, etc.) and whether you would like to have pet-friendly accommodation and access to Wi-Fi and internet. In this way, you will be able to find the perfect accommodations, even if you’re not familiar with the destination location.

Stunning Tree House Tucked Away Among the Trees near Germantown, Kentucky

You can also search for accommodations by viewing the “Types of Glamping” page. Here you can search by location or type. For example, if you want to stay in a Tipi, select “Tipis” and it will show you the Tipi accommodations they have registered. If you want to go to Europe, select “Europe” and it will show you the accommodations registered for Europe. By searching in this way, you may discover a location or accommodation style (like an Aerial Orugami Tree House in Spain!) that you didn’t even know you wanted to visit! So play around with it and explore the results you get.

TIME did an article where they shared about Glamping Hub.

Glamping, a portmanteau for “glamorous camping,” takes the great outdoors and adds indoor conveniences like air conditioning, private bathrooms and king-sized beds. High-end tents have long been a staple on safari trips in Africa and Asia, but the trend recently took hold in Europe and has made its way to the United States in the past few years. It even was the centerpiece of a recent episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County.

Glamping Hub has over 25,000 unique outdoor accommodations ready to book and it’s growing all the time as more hosts join the community. You can even become a registered host! If you own a rental property, you can list it on Glamping Hub with no contract and no fees to join. Glamping Hub will take a 4% commission on any confirmed bookings through their site. Other than that, it’s free advertising with a curated listing created by their marketing team. This listing will highlight all of the special qualities of your property and will have worldwide exposure in a large network of unique guests and hosts, that spans the globe. You set your own calendar rates and requirements with the help of the Glamping Hub team, and they take care of the advertising.

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Magical Joshua Tree Accommodation Perfect for Glamping in California

Whether you’re a glamper, or a rental property owner, you owe it to yourself to check out this website. Glampers get thousands of possible vacation destinations to choose from, and property owners get to advertise to thousands of potential customers. Either way, it’s a win! Maybe you have had a tough time finding the perfect gift for your friend or family member? Give the gift of Glamping!

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The White Castle Tradition Continues #FoodReview

White Castle Childhood Memories Shared With My Children 

As a child, I can remember eating White Castle Sliders. However, even though I really love the food at White Castle, the tradition comes with more than just eating the food. 

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