Month: June 2018

Tips for Air Travel

Tips for Air Travel The start of summer should also mean some fun trips to kick it off! However, some of us may be planning our first trip via airplane and might have a few questions about the ins and outs of this seemingly complicated mode of transportation. First things first: understanding what type of […]

Postcard Press Picks: Many People Many Places

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Postcard Press Picks: Many People Many Places One of the things that fuels our wanderlust is a desire to learn about others and how they live day to day. It’s fun to discover how similar or different we are, even if it’s just learning how different cultures say hello or goodbye. That curiosity is one […]

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Norway

Postcard Press Picks: For Traveling to Norway While doing research for other Postcard Press related content, I saw a ton of cultural posts for Norway – a place I hadn’t considered, but was excited to learn more about. I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to look at some guides to help get you […]

National Park Free Days

National Park Free Days Road trip season is upon us! Students are celebrating graduations and what better way to mark your first summer of “freedom” than to hit the road and visit a new place! If traveling abroad seems too overwhelming at first, consider checking out some national parks right here in the U.S. where […]

Postcard Press Picks: Duolingo

Postcard Press Picks: Duolingo Outside of the United States, it’s completely normal–and even expected–to be fluent in more than one language. Many Europeans are bilingual and even trilingual, which makes sense since countries are so close together. However, Americans often lack in this department, most only taking the required language courses in high school and […]

Everything You Need to Know About Glamping

Everything You Need to Know About Glamping It’s easy to get lost in all of the abbreviated trends emerging year after year, and if you’re not an avid traveler, or not really into venturing outdoors, it’s possible that you haven’t yet heard of this not-so-new-anymore travel trend. May I present to you–glamping!   So, what […]

How to Be a Respectful Traveler—and Not The Ugly American

Prague Bridge and Skyline

How to Be a Respectful Traveler —and Not The Ugly American Traveling somewhere new—especially internationally—brings a lot of preparation. Between figuring out flights and lodging and transportation and your itinerary, there’s a lot to navigate. And while you’re focused on all of that, you may not think about how you’re going to adjust to a […]