What you can and can't take in your carry-on

10 Surprising Things You Can and Can’t Take in Your Carry-On

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As a regular traveler, you always make sure all of the liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, and pastes in your carry-on follow the 3-1-1 rule (you’re allowed to take liquids in 3.4-oz or smaller containers as long as they fit into 1 clear plastic bag that holds no more than 1 quart). You dutifully pour out your water bottle and chug your coffee before putting your luggage on the conveyor belt. And you always remember to leave your Swiss Army Knife keychain at home. But what about when you’re making a special trip, say, to Alaska for some backcountry hiking or … Continued

Last-minute Labor Day flights

Affordable Last-Minute Labor Day Flights from Denver

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Did you wait this long to plan your Labor Day getaway? No problem! You can still get some great deals (or at least reasonable ones) on flights out of Denver this weekend. Here are 7 flights we found using KAYAK Explore, leaving Friday, Sept. 1, and returning Monday, Sept. 4. Keep in mind that prices change quickly, so if you like any of these, don’t wait! Los Angeles ($169) Head to LA for the county fair, numerous street festivals, or just a day at the beach. Here are tripsavvy’s Top 17 Labor Day Weekend Events in Greater Los Angeles. Chicago … Continued

Hotel room

7 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get for Free at Your Hotel

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Don’t worry, this isn’t another list of toiletries. You’re a savvy traveler — you already know that most hotels will provide you with shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothbrush and toothpaste, mouthwash, a comb, and even shaving cream and a razor. And it’s not another list of things you wouldn’t want anyway (do you really want to keep your keycard?). Here are 7 things that you might think you have to pay for when you travel, but you can probably get for free at your hotel. Room upgrades Just because you booked the cheapest room available doesn’t mean you have to stay … Continued

Best coffee at DIA

Where to Get Your Coffee Fix at Denver International Airport

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Flying out of Denver International Airport first thing in the morning? Or just need a caffeine boost to get you through the day? If you’re a savvy flyer, you avoid airplane coffee at all costs. That makes it all the more important to grab a great cup of coffee before you take off. (If you don’t know why you shouldn’t drink hot beverages on an airplane, click here for all the gory details.) Here are six top places to get your coffee fix at Denver International Airport. Caribou Coffee Locations: A, B, and C Gates and Jeppesen Terminal Yes, it’s … Continued

Protect your car

How to Protect Your Car from Sun and Heat Damage

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The scorching summer heat and sun can damage your car — especially if it’s not properly prepared. Here are six quick-and-simple tips for protecting your car from sun and heat damage. Tip #1: Check your car’s fluids During hot weather, fluid is used more quickly than under normal temperatures. Take a look at your car’s fluids and top up anything under the recommended levels, including the engine oil, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, brake fluid — and even your windshield wiper fluid. Tip #2: Keep your tires properly inflated Under or over-inflated tires tend to blow out more often — … Continued

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