Magical Places to Experience Spring In Full Bloom

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Flowers mean spring has finally arrived, and after a long winter, they’re always a welcome sight. Here are some of the most beautiful places to experience spring blooms in all their glory. Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C. Cherry blossoms are usually associated with the far reaches of Japan, but the spectacle they present in the nation’s capital is breathtaking nonetheless. For about two weeks as the weather warms every spring, tiny pink and white blooms peek out alongside some of the most recognizable landmarks in the United States. Each year around peak bloom time (March –  April), the city hosts … Continued

Incredible Nonstop Destinations from Denver International Airport

If you’ve got the itch to travel but the idea of layovers and flight delays makes you cringe, you’re in luck! Denver International Airport offers a lengthy list of nonstop flights to some incredible vacation destinations. Here are a few of our favorites.   Honolulu, Hawaii White sand beaches, carefully crafted cocktails, and luaus might come to mind when you think of a vacation to Honolulu, but Hawaii’s pulsing capital city has so much more to offer. While you’ll still be able to kick up your feet and relax on Waikiki beach, don’t forget to pack your hiking boots as … Continued

ParkDIA’s Top 5 Articles of 2017

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From family travel tips to bleisure travel and airport parking, it’s been a blast sharing our travel insights with you this year. So as 2017 comes to a close, we want to share our most popular posts from this past year. The winners are… 1. 7 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get for Free at Your Hotel Everyone knows you can get a free toothbrush at the hotel if you leave yours behind. But did you know some hotels offer free Happy Hour? How about transportation around town? Check out this post for the complete list of (free) surprises your … Continued

Flying with Kids? 11 Ways to Keep Them Happy (and Save Your Sanity)

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Flying with kids is not a walk in the park. Babies cry, toddlers get restless, and even older kids can get bored out of their minds on airplanes. It’s not pleasant for the kids, for you, or for your fellow passengers. But thanks to technology, airline customer service, and a few old tricks, there are plenty of ways to make flying fun. 1. Entertainment Providing in-flight entertainment for your kids is a no-brainer. iPads, streaming services, and fun apps make it a breeze to keep children still and occupied… at least for a while. Before you depart, download some of … Continued

Bleisure Travel: 7 Great Reasons to Mix Business and Leisure

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Bleisure: It’s part business, part leisure, and one of today’s hottest travel trends. Penciling in “leisure time” on your business trip itinerary might seem like an odd concept, but travelers are beginning to realize the benefits of doing just that. Here are some reasons to switch up your business travel routine to mix work and play.   You’ll have something to look forward to The highlight of your trip doesn’t have to be the dessert menu at a client dinner. Once you’ve made the decision to extend your stay, you can look forward to that hike you’re taking in the … Continued

21 Family Travel Blogs You Should Follow

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Family travel is rewarding for parents and children, but it’s not always a walk in the park. If you need some tips, tricks, destination ideas, or just a little inspiration for your next family getaway, check out these great family travel blogs! Travel Babbo Eric Stoen caught the travel bug while studying abroad in college. Now he chronicles the global adventures of his family, and he’s been featured on sites including CNN, Forbes, and Lonely Planet. The blog is chock-full of useful information about cruising, booking hotels,  picking destinations, and much more. You can even read about his annual one-on-one … Continued