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Travel is necessary. And here’s why. As children, we are given recess at school. 15 minutes here and an enforced lunch break there. As adults, any free time between tasks is spent getting a head start on other tasks. The number of people who don’t take breaks at work, or who spend those breaks doing things like sorting out their car insurance or arranging birthday parties or doing more work, is staggering. Travel is a break from it all.

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However, travel attracts tourists. This is a problem where unaccustomed road users can cause accidents – tourists don’t know the roads and can often be seen driving while looking around, rather than focusing their attention on the road ahead – call a Murfreesboro car accident lawyer if you are affected by a road accident.

3 Tips on How to Travel Smart 

Beware public Wi-Fi

If you don’t know what a VPN is (and I’m not even going to tell you what the letters stand for, because you either know or you don’t), then you probably aren’t savvy with protecting your devices when accessing public Wi-Fi. To this end, you should endeavour to either learn more about VPNs, or you should approach public Wi-Fi with caution. Why? Because hackers like to hang out in public Wi-Fi areas, on the virtual lookout for unprotected devices – hackers know how to access your private information where your device is visible on a public Wi-Fi network via an unsecured connection. Perhaps use your roaming data until you’re certain you understand how to stay protected (otherwise, you could receive a call from your bank to let you know about suspicious activity on your account).

Update your friends and family (before you leave)

You no doubt have an itinerary. It may not be much, just a list of loosely probable days on which you plan to travel between hotels. But it’s something. That vague list is an indication of at least which city or country you’re likely to be in at any given time. Obviously, the fuller the list that you’re able to compile, the greater the chance of your friends and family being able to intervene if something were to go wrong. That may sound a little scary, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Get into the habit of securing your hotel room door (especially when showering)

Again, this may come across as more scare mongering, but again, it’s always worth getting into the habit of covering all your bases rather than later regretting that you could have done more. In terms of securing your hotel room door, use any deadbolts and door stops, and don’t be too put off by your brain telling you that you’re going too far by putting a chair under the door handle. You see, some unscrupulous seasonal staff at the hotel may wait until you are in the shower to use their keycard to gain access to your room, where they will fill their pockets with swag and exit as if nothing ever happened. And if you did hear something, you’re unlikely to give chase from the shower!

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Have a virtual visit with Santa this year with Airbnb

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Wanting to help the Christmas community continue to earn income during what would normally be their busiest time of year, it is calling all Santas, elves and reindeer to submit their idea for an Online Experience idea. It will also be partnering with Santa Visits USA to offer even more ways to meet Santa Claus and the entire North Pole gang this year. These include Christmas magic with Kris Kingle himself, a holiday-themed bedtime pyjama party, a visit with head elf, Buzz Twinkletoes, and even a murder mystery show with Mrs Claus.

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“According to a new report by the Fraternal Order of Real-Bearded Santas, nearly a third of their members surveyed will not be taking part in in-person visits this year,” says Airbnb. “As many of Santa Claus entertainers worldwide live on a fixed income and are reliant on their income from appearances during the holiday season, this new reality has created serious economic hardship for countless Santa performers.”

Guests can also enjoy Santa Claus around the world, with special experiences designed for families of all backgrounds, including people with disabilities. These include a “Virtual Visit and Story Time with Santa,” “Mama Claus Holiday Joy,” “Sign Language Santa,” “Meet Santa Claus in Lapland” and “Santa Storytime” with an award-winning author. In addition, hosts are sharing their own holiday traditions from around the world so people can feel festive from home, such as “How to Throw a Holiday Dinner Party,” “Create recycled puppets for the holidays” and “Sing Holiday Songs with a Broadway Star.”

Airbnb will provide additional support to Santa Claus entertainers who are interested in becoming Online Experience hosts, helping them to make a seamless transition to virtual visits. Further information is available here, and you can read about the holiday experiences already available here.

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Wanting to help the Christmas community continue to earn income during what would normally be their busiest time of year, it is calling all Santas, elves and reindeer to submit their idea for an Online Experience idea. It will also be partnering with Santa Visits USA to offer even more ways to meet Santa Claus and the entire North Pole gang this year. These include Christmas magic with Kris Kingle himself, a holiday-themed bedtime pyjama party, a visit with head elf, Buzz Twinkletoes, and even a murder mystery show with Mrs Claus.

Airbnb is offering virtual visits with Santa © Airbnb

“According to a new report by the Fraternal Order of Real-Bearded Santas, nearly a third of their members surveyed will not be taking part in in-person visits this year,” says Airbnb. “As many of Santa Claus entertainers worldwide live on a fixed income and are reliant on their income from appearances during the holiday season, this new reality has created serious economic hardship for countless Santa performers.”

Guests can also enjoy Santa Claus around the world, with special experiences designed for families of all backgrounds, including people with disabilities. These include a “Virtual Visit and Story Time with Santa,” “Mama Claus Holiday Joy,” “Sign Language Santa,” “Meet Santa Claus in Lapland” and “Santa Storytime” with an award-winning author. In addition, hosts are sharing their own holiday traditions from around the world so people can feel festive from home, such as “How to Throw a Holiday Dinner Party,” “Create recycled puppets for the holidays” and “Sing Holiday Songs with a Broadway Star.”

Airbnb will provide additional support to Santa Claus entertainers who are interested in becoming Online Experience hosts, helping them to make a seamless transition to virtual visits. Further information is available here, and you can read about the holiday experiences already available here.

Title: Have a virtual visit with Santa this year with Airbnb
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Wanting to help the Christmas community continue to earn income during what would normally be their busiest time of year, it is calling all Santas, elves and reindeer to submit their idea for an Online Experience idea. It will also be partnering with Santa Visits USA to offer even more ways to meet Santa Claus and the entire North Pole gang this year. These include Christmas magic with Kris Kingle himself, a holiday-themed bedtime pyjama party, a visit with head elf, Buzz Twinkletoes, and even a murder mystery show with Mrs Claus.

Airbnb is offering virtual visits with Santa © Airbnb

“According to a new report by the Fraternal Order of Real-Bearded Santas, nearly a third of their members surveyed will not be taking part in in-person visits this year,” says Airbnb. “As many of Santa Claus entertainers worldwide live on a fixed income and are reliant on their income from appearances during the holiday season, this new reality has created serious economic hardship for countless Santa performers.”

Guests can also enjoy Santa Claus around the world, with special experiences designed for families of all backgrounds, including people with disabilities. These include a “Virtual Visit and Story Time with Santa,” “Mama Claus Holiday Joy,” “Sign Language Santa,” “Meet Santa Claus in Lapland” and “Santa Storytime” with an award-winning author. In addition, hosts are sharing their own holiday traditions from around the world so people can feel festive from home, such as “How to Throw a Holiday Dinner Party,” “Create recycled puppets for the holidays” and “Sing Holiday Songs with a Broadway Star.”

Airbnb will provide additional support to Santa Claus entertainers who are interested in becoming Online Experience hosts, helping them to make a seamless transition to virtual visits. Further information is available here, and you can read about the holiday experiences already available here.

Title: Have a virtual visit with Santa this year with Airbnb
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