Holiday travel approaches, evoking Airbnb, hotel horror stories

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Shutdowns and slowdowns are familiar to those of us who travel the East coast frequently. (IAS photo)

If you travel frequently, and you aren’t wealthy, sometimes an Airbnb can cost less than a hotel. An Airbnb can also come in handy if you have children or if you plan to have guests (within specified limits) over. In my circle, we’ve had good and bad experiences with Airbnb. The same goes for hotels. Continue reading “Holiday travel approaches, evoking Airbnb, hotel horror stories”

New Year’s resolution South Carolina should make and keep

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Flipped trucks aren’t uncommon on any highway these days. (IAS photo)

My family travels I 95 frequently for many reasons, ranging from family to business. It’s a chaotic highway demanding defensive driving for survival. When we head to South Carolina, there’s a section of the highway that requires triple defensive driving. The section of I 95 between Savannah and our turnoff to I 26 is two lanes on both sides. That doesn’t sound like a big deal. It is, and South Carolina’s government should make a New Year’s resolution to fix it.  Continue reading “New Year’s resolution South Carolina should make and keep”

Familiar and not-so-familiar travel tips for the holidays

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Photo of open road/Indie Art South

We are frequent ‘road trippers’ because of out of state family and because of the Daysies’ travel schedule, so I’ve learned a few things along the way.

I thought I’d share my travel tips. Some are familiar and some are unfamiliar, but they have served us well. First, there’s the obvious.  Continue reading “Familiar and not-so-familiar travel tips for the holidays”